Lesson Planning for Language Teachers

Evidence-based techniques for busy teachers

 

Planning should support learning.
It should use best practices.
It shouldn’t take forever.

If you like this blog, you’ll love this book!

Use current research and tested techniques to plan better, faster and with less stress.

This book is for busy language teachers who never have enough time to plan, but want the best for their students.

Written by an experienced language teacher, trainer and manager, this book will help you reflect and improve on your planning process.
 
Evidence based techniques include:
 
- A four stage framework to plan any lesson, fast.
- Lesson planning process and checklist.
- Realistic strategies for personalising the coursebook.
- Adapting lesson structures to support learners.
- How to always have the best activities.
- Six principles of designing tasks.
- Creating materials that support more with less effort.
- Planning for supportive or creative interaction patterns.
- Deciding on scaffolding vs. differentiation.

You’ll read about:

Why to Plan

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Your Students

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Context

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Lesson Aims

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Lesson Structures

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Activities, Exercises & Materials

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Task Design

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Supporting Students

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Brilliant book! Changed the way I think about and plan my lessons, for the better!
— Sarah H, Teacher