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TESOL Videos - Lesson Planning - Part 2 - What does a lesson plan contain?
So, the document itself needs to contain some general information about the class, for example the name of the teacher, the date and time of the lesson, what level of class is being taught and in what room, how many students are we expecting, this is important, when we've got things like photocopying and materials to do, what is the context of the lesson, in other words, what is the lesson actually about, what vocabulary or grammar point is this lesson covering and sometimes it's also useful to write out what the focus of the lesson is. So, in effect, the context of the lesson is telling us the grammar point, for example, that might be the present continuous tense, whereas the focus is telling us how we're going to go about teaching it. Another example to illustrate this: Let's imagine that we were teaching a starter class about color. Then, our focus could be the way in which we're going to teach them about color. So, we could be using clothes or we could be using fruit and vegetables. So here, the context would be color and the focus would be fruit, vegetables, clothes or whatever.
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This unit covers Parts of Speech in English grammar. Parts of Speech teaches you about the different types of words and what they do in a sentence. By learning how words work, it will help you to use these words correctly when you communicate. The most common parts of speech are: nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions. ? Noun ? These are names of people, animals, places, things, qualities and states. Nouns can be broken down into two categories called countable and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns can be counted while uncountable nouns cannot be counted. Some examples of countable nouns are eggs, cars, tables and chairs while uncountable nouns include water, sugar, music and even the state of feeling cold. The main types of nouns are common, proper, compound, abstract and collective. ? Adjectives ? Adjectives are words that are used to describe nouns. The word handsome is an adjective which can be used to describe the physical feature of a male. There are many kinds of adjectives. Comparative adjectives are the adjectives we use to compare two people or things while superlative adjectives are used to compare more than two persons or things. ? Articles- Articles can be broken down into definite (the) and indefinite (a, an) articles. The indefinite articles a and an shows that the noun is indefinite. When a noun i