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Importance of Planning a Lesson

Importance of Planning a Lesson

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Published by Farhanah Romli

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Published by: Farhanah Romli on May 18, 2013
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Lesson Planning
Get the students to know about what lessonplanning is.
Make sure that the students can constructboth micro and macro lesson planning.
Why is lesson planning so
 Lesson planning means making decisions inadvance about what to teach, how to teach and the timeassignment of every teaching procedure
Teaching plan is necessary for both noviceand experienced teachers. Although preparation does not guarantee successfullessons, walking into a classroom unpreparedis often the beginning of a disastrous lesson.
Although the main teaching contents may bethe same, the students, the time and the moodare all different.
Benefits that teachers get from their teaching plan
1) To make the teacher aware of the aims and languagecontents of the lesson.2) To help the teacher distinguish the various stages of alesson and to see the relationship between them so thatthe lesson can move smoothly from one stage to another.3) Proper lesson planning gives the teacher opportunity toanticipate potential problems that may arise in class sothat they can be prepared with some possible solutionsor other options for the lesson.4) Lesson planning gives teachers, especially noviceteachers, confidence in class.

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