Unit 4 Lesson Planning. Background information:. Students: 50 sophomores Lesson duration: 2 periods. Teaching objectives:. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:. 1. understand the importance of lesson planning 2. master the principles for good lesson planning
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Students: 50 sophomores
Lesson duration: 2 periods
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:
1. Principles for good lesson planning
2. Components of a lesson plan
1. Lecture ( Computer-aided Instruction)
3. Discussion & practice
1.1 Lead-in activities
In this part, we are going to look at one of the most important components of language teachers' work, lesson planning. It isnecessary for us to know the importance oflesson planning
1. Why is lesson planning important?
1.2.1. Necessity of lesson planning
A lesson plan is a framework of a lesson in which teachers make decisions in advance about what techniques, activities and materials will be used in the class. Proper lesson planning is essential for both novice andexperienced teachers. Unprepared teachers receive much less trust and cooperation from the Ss. There is a common misconception that experienced teachers needn’t do lesson planning. Though the contents may be the same, Ss are different, the time is different, so is the mood. experienced teachers also need plan lessons.
1.2.2 What benefit can a La. teacher get from a good lesson planning
2.1.1 Organize Ss in groups of 4 to discuss the purpose of the five principles.
2.1.2 Ask some Ss to present their results of discussion, then T make some comments on their presentation
3.1 Lead-in activities
4.1 Lead-in activities
The advantage of a concrete teaching plan is teachers can follow it in the class and check what they have done. The plan will be the basis of a record of what has been covered in class.It will be good records for the entire course. So what does a lesson plan include?
4.2.1. Background information
Teachers should acquire information about number of the studentst,their age range, sex ratio, social background, motivation, attitudes, interests, learning needs and other individual factors.
1. Ss can introduce themselves in English.
2. Ss are able to find out information about other people in English.
3. Ss can talk confidently and politely with strangers.
4. be capable of reading the passage fluently.
Teacher should think how to make full use of the aids or resources available
Teaching stages refer to the major chunks of activities that teachers go through in a lesson. It usually includes the following aspects.
4.2.4 Teaching stages and procedures
a. Warm –up /starter
pre-reading ( preparation work )
while –reading ( activities or tasks that Ss perform while doing their reading)
post –reading (a chance for Ss to obtain feedback on their performance at the while –stage)
lesson plan One (初一英语下学期 Lesson 120教学设计)
Step 1 Revision,
Lesson plan Two
1. Why is lesson planning necessary?
2. What are the principles for good lesson planning?
3.What are the difference between macro planning and micro planning?
4. What are the components of a lesson plan?
5.Choose a lesson in a suitable textbook. Write a lesson plan.