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How to prepare lesson plans for ESL reading comprehension lessons

As a trainee or novice ESL teacher, you will have to know how to prepare reading comprehension lesson plans. Reading comprehension skills are normally assessed by means of multiple-choice questions, and they are a standard part of almost all ESL certificates; consequently, if you want your students to succeed, make sure that your reading comprehension lesson plans are really good. One way in which this can be done is by using the so-called three P’s methodology which consists of three stages: presentation, practice and production.

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How to prepare lesson plans for ESL listening activities

As a trainee or novice ESL teacher, you will have to be able to prepare lesson plans for listening activities. Listening skills are normally assessed by a combination of multiple-choice and short answer questions; being an integral part of almost all ESL certificates, it is important that your lesson plans for listening activities are of a very high standard. One way in which this can be achieved is by using a ‘before, during, and after’ listening activities methodology.

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Tips on some general considerations for ESL lesson planning

As a trainee or novice ESL teacher, you will now be in the habit of preparing lesson plans for your lessons. Generally speaking, once you have prepared your notes on the subject you are going to teach, have decided on what teaching aids you are going to use and have ensured that you have some lesson fillers – you will be ready to teach your ESL class. However, there are also some general considerations that you should always bear in mind when preparing your lesson plans. Here are some tips on three of the more important ones.

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