Match the following description with the lesson plan part.
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This should incorporate a review of the content of their previous lessons – which are linked to this new lesson. It ought to include the Q&A above-mentioned too. Furthermore, add the questions used to provoke discussion comprising new structures and functions you have in view to teach. This part of your lesson plan can also be used to demonstrate examples of what your students will learn during this class.CorrectIncorrect
Bear in mind the target language (English) to be taught and how you will instruct it. Take into account how you will get your students’ interest and get them engaging in English. But also think about how you might elicit from your students the vocabulary or grammar you have arranged to teach. Comprise specifics/details in the form of a map or structure chart (e.g. grammar use and form, scripted dialogues, questions and other practice activities).CorrectIncorrect
Comprise the activities you have set and annex any hand-outs connected to the lesson plan. Incorporate two to three practice activities, ordering them from most to least structured, gradually allowing the students more freedom to engage.CorrectIncorrect
This is where students really learn, by activating the newly-acquired knowledge and generalising a new language skill. Allow/encourage the students to talk about themselves, their lives or specific situations using their own information, yet focusing on English – as referred to as “the target language” – and the expressions taught in the previous 2 steps (presentation and practice). Be precise as to what you will ask the students to do. Highlight how you plan on monitoring students, how you will encourage and correct them as needed in their use of the target language.CorrectIncorrect
This is a quick review where you discuss what you have covered and learned during the class.CorrectIncorrect