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Incorporating Classroom Management Techniques in a Lesson Plan

by F.R. Fathima Sama | 31 Aug 2021
Resource Description: A well-planned lesson plan with a strong delivery and effective classroom management is a good technique to make the students engaged in the lesson. Attached is a sample lesson plan for teaching the present continuous tense which has got some classroom management techniques relevant to the given activities.
Audience: Teacher Training, University
Audience Language Proficiency: Intermediate
Duration: 2 hours
Language Skill: Grammar
Content Area: English as a Second Language
Materials and Technology:
  • Notebook and pen
  • Worksheets / activity sheets
  • Module
  • Verbs written on flash cards
  • White board and marker
  • Puzzle cards
  • Presentation slides
  • Duster
  • Attendance sheet

To make students:

  • aware of the use of present continuous tense
  • form present continuous tense (affirmative, negative and interrogative forms)
  • know the time expressions used with present continuous tense (now, at the moment)
  • aware of some verbs that don’t take present continuous form (like, prefer, love, hate, need, want, wish, believe, respect, etc.)
  • use present continuous tense in their real life contexts
  • identify the difference between simple present and present continuous tenses

At the end of the session:

  • Students will be able to use the present continuous tense in their real life contexts.
  • Students will be able to identify the difference between the simple present and present continuous tenses.
  • Students will be able to easily form questions and negate sentences in the present continuous tense.
Procedure: See the attached lesson plan.
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TESOL Interest Section: Computer-Assisted Language Learning, English for Specific Purposes, Second Language Writing