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F Lesson Plan
Steps Time Framewor k Motivatio n Encounter #1 Encounter #2 Internaliz e #1 Internaliz e #2 Internaliz e #3 Fluency Procedure Materia ls Reasons

*Special Note: The EIF framework is supposed to work in triangular fashion moving from the tip to the base in two ways: start with short activities that are controlled and focus on accuracy, and move through the pyramid towards 1 fluency activity which should be the longest activity of the lesson

plan. Go from controlled activities focused on accuracy through the levels to a free activity focused on fluency. Controlled and Accuracy focused

Free and Fluency Focused Controlled  Free Accuracy  Fluency Motivation: The motivation part is to peak interest, introduce the topic; orientate the students to that topic (metastatements and implication can be used here). This can also be likened to a micro level silent period where the students do not necessarily have to produce anything, but elicitation, activating Ss’ schema, etc is a good way. Encounter: The activities should focus on the meaning/objective of the lesson plan. Internalization: Focus on accuracy based activities and the activities should enable all Ss a production role  widespread practice. Fluency: Free activities that do not use target language sheets/sources, but only what the Ss have acquired. Props and directions are acceptable, but no language sources. **There is another form of Lesson Plan called ESA: Engage/Study/Activate**

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