In her latest guest post, Nicky Salmon talks about how to write effective lesson plans on the CELTA/Trinity TESOL course.
What is a lesson plan?
On a CELTA/Trinity TESOL course a plan is made up of:
1.The procedure. This is what I will be referring to in this post. (See the example below, kindly included here with permission of Action English Language Training in Leeds.)
2.An analysis of any language –grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation features- that may be included in the lesson.
Why do I need to write one?
When you are doing a CELTA or Trinity TESOL course, you will need to write lesson plans. Actually, the lesson plans are an important part of your assessment and you will need to file them in a portfolio together with feedback from your tutors.