Lesson plan

Lesson plan

Lesson plan must be designed to teachimprove speaking, listening and pronunciation skills.***You are not allowed to copy plans from other resources, so they should be your own work.***You may, however, refer to samples to choose a lesson plan template. The International TESOL Association Resource Center (http:www.tesol.orgconnecttesol-resource-center)
Specific instruction
Identify the target student population, setting (e.g., ESL, EFL, K-12, Immersion, etc.), the specific class where the lessons will be taught, the level of language proficiency of the students, the standards chosen (e.g., TESOL, CASAS, ELP, ACTFL, SIOP, etc.). This should not take more than a paragraph.
List language learning objectives in terms of what students will be able to do in English by the end of the lesson.
For your lesson, design a variety of step-by-step activities aIDressingintegrating the target skills (e.g., listening, speaking, etc). State the length of each activity.
Include assessment procedures to measure students progress in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.
Rationale (15 points)
Discuss the theoretical concepts and pedagogical practices that guided your lesson plan. This section is very important! I am expecting to see 1-2 pages of rationale with explicit reference to course readings.
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