Course curriculum

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    Beliefs and Expectations About Lesson Planning for Young Learners

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    A Strategy for Navigating Lesson Planning

    • What are the 5 star keys of lesson planning?

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    S=Start

    • S= Start

    • Characteristics | Implications | Need Chart by Ohla Madylus

    • Needs Analysis for Young Learners

    • Implications for YL Lesson Planning

    • Differentiated Instruction

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    T=Target

    • T=Target

    • Stages, Aims and Procedures

    • Activity: Instructions for the next video.

    • Actvity: Is this an activity or an aim?

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    A=Assessment

    • A=Assessment

    • Activity: Match the headings with the different lists

    • We Are Learning To… What I Look For is…

    • Ideas for the Classroom

    • Teachers Reflect: Listen as Emma reflects on what she’s observed about attitudes to formative assessment in a school she works with.

    • Organise these ideas about formal testing under the categories

    • Learning to learn

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    R=Route

    • R=Route

    • Different learning approaches that inform classroom activities

    • We summarise some key points to remember with lesson planning and our Pilot whales with their navigation systems make another appearance...

    • Case Study: Follow along as Emma does a think aloud while lesson planning

    • Activity Based Learning in the EFL Classroom: Emma's lesson in pictures

    • Case Study Reflection

    • Time to apply our knowledge to a scenario! Adapt this coursebook activity.

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    Next Steps...

    • Summing up and what you can do next

    • Peer Observation Task I

    • Peer Observation Task II

    • Peer Observation Task III

    • An overview of the whole YL series...

    • Heres what's next...

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