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Planning Lessons and Courses: Designing Sequences of Work for the Language Classroom. Front Cover. Tessa Woodward. Cambridge University Press. Planning Lessons and Courses: Designing Sequences of Work for the Language Classroom. Front Cover. Tessa Woodward. Cambridge University Press, Feb 8. Planning Lessons and Courses by Tessa Woodward, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Planning Lessons and Courses : Designing Sequences of Work for the Language Classroom

Reformulation Rewrite the one liner as a newspaper headline, poem, recipe or bible story. MethodologyBooks for Teachers.

Planning Lessons and Courses: As ;lanning states in the introduction: Where to go for help on groups of words For theoretical background on lexical phrases, see Nattinger and De Carrico and for some practical activities, see Lewis The plannign Students from planning lessons and courses tessa woodward different institution Sometimes students come to our institutions from a different company, school or country from our own.

Will the students change things? These are some of the things it can be helpful to know. The way different teachers put a first lesson sequence together will differ. The coursebook Advantages of using a coursebook Disadvantages of using a coursebook 5. The sort of students you teach will greatly affect the way you begin class too. Atli rated it really liked it Mar 13, Maybe liked it, thought T relaxes too!

These planning lessons and courses tessa woodward of differences are still ones you could spend time on in class. Try to get to the assumptions and beliefs behind them.

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Ester rated it it was ok Jun 29, Thus she is using time for sincere pedagogical reasons. Tesaa was in the hot seat and talked about all the different wheeled objects she has had since she was little. Get access Check if you have access via personal or institutional login.

I ledsons this activity from Richard Baudains. Learner English Bernard Smith. Past and present teachers If you are taking over or are going to share a class, it makes sense to talk to past or present teachers about the class or planning lessons and courses tessa woodward to them if they are in another institution.

The Developing Teacher Duncan Foord. Your choice of break work needs to be considered in how far it supports the work done planning lessons and courses tessa woodward the previous or following part of the lesson.

Rather than accepting the first suggestion immediately, you may have to refine woodware objectives with the students. But I believe that woodard soon as possible we need to start thinking about putting steps together, subsuming them into larger units and thinking about shaping lessons and sets of lessons.

Write the following sentence on the board: They are to help us shape the space, time and learning we share with students. One thing I know about English Ask students to tell you planning lessons and courses tessa woodward thing they know about Plahning. A Tracer study A tracer study helps you to find out what happens to students after they leave your class.

Of course you may want to do a little work on all these things in class but, within any one phase, be clear of your reasons and communicate these to students. In this way you and your students will work with the stimulus in a planning lessons and courses tessa woodward thorough and sustained way. A Learning contracts Learning contracts are written agreements between learners and teachers about what a learner will try to learn and how this will be measured. Each chapter contains an analysis of the issue under discussion, as well as practical principles and sample activities.

Thus the content of any material, whether an article, poem, song, story, phone conversation or advert, can be noted and commented on, questioned and discussed, for its content, as well as or instead of the language features the piece contains. This curses one of the main drawbacks of being a native speaker of the language you teach.