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PostSubject: Good preparation means Good Implementation.   Tue Nov 10, 2009 7:26 am

Many colleagues encounter difficulties when preparing their lessons. This obviously leads to a disturbed progression, as a result, the teacher feels uncomfortable when implementing what he has planned. Thus he may not achieve his work on due time. Her/His job will be a failure. This is an important issue to discuss: preparation-management-implementation.

Any teacher is expected to seek for everyday professional development through in-service training sessions and meetings. That's why coordination sessions should be wisely exploited and research work made a part of our job.

You can learn more about class management:

http://www.theteachersguide.com/ClassManagement.htm

You can learn more about preparations:

http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/esl/preparation.cfm

There are tens of sites that can help you acquire competency for preparing and implementing your lessons, but the best way is to contact colleagues and discuss how to deal with this issue.
To be informed and updated is the unique way to allow you to follow, so it is a necessity to attend all the meetings, and this is what many colleagues don't do. They say they hate meetings, so they don't love their jobs by deduction.

What follows is just the way I follow for the preparation of my lessons.

I favor 3 preparations:

1- The Unit plan that represents the whole unit content with the objectives, the resources, the visual aids, the references, the remarks and any other point that'll be included in my lesson preparations.

This is just a sample Unit Plan for file. MSY4 FOOD and DRINKS:

mediafire.com ?diwcmoiqu2a

I find this unit preparation so helpful because it is a general route map to refer to before preparing each lesson plan.

2- The Lesson Specifications: that is a set of divisions to help me about what I have to do during each lesson. It includes the number, the content, the purpose and any observations about the lesson, after or during the implementation.

This is just a sample Lesson Specifications for file 1 . MSY4 FOOD and DRINKS:

mediafire.com ?dkmzldajtxm

3- The lesson Plan which includes all that can be prepared and presented during one session (55 minutes). It should be wisely prepared and reasonably implemented.

This is just a sample Lesson Preparation Lesson 1 File One - MSY4 FOOD and DRINKS:

mediafire.com ?bojymtnwz44

Of course, each lesson or sets of lessons can be subborted with extra activities that pupils do in pairs or in groups outside the classroom.

Here are samples of the extra activities I have used so far/

http://sheikhnaimi.blogspot.com/2009/10/unit-and-lesson-preparations.html

Don't think our job is easy and we can move without plans, it's just a fallacy. Our job is noble and it needs perpetual and continuous, reasonable, sincere and objective positive efforts.

Good Luck.

Mohamed07.


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PostSubject: Re: Good preparation means Good Implementation.   Tue Nov 10, 2009 9:20 pm

Salam!

Yes, in fact, a good preparation is the unique way to success.
We sometimes feel obliged to improvise due to some unexpected circumstances or to the difficulty to plan a lesson...and we feel that a given lesson proves successful; this never means that improvising is 'a standard way' a teacher should trust. Defficiencies appear in the long run for teacher and learner alike.
Through experience, I've deduced that I devise too many extra hours, certainly due to the lack of some well-planned lessons or clearly set objectives.
One may point to the overloaded and multifold-objective files; I can just say that not everything is to be taught as stated in the textbooks. We sometimes use an activity as a support/aid for an other lesson...this depends on the flexibility of the teacher and on the learning pace of the learners.

Moreover, extra activities are one of the most important way allowing more practice and thus, better processing of the language.

It's not that easy, of course, to achieve all this ....Sacrifice is the only way one has to believe in first, then adopt, as much as one can.

I bow before all that you're doing Mr.Mohamed...I can't find words to tender my thanks for everything you are doing.

I just want to tell you that I could download just two files
Unit Plan MSY4 & Lesson specifications. The other links are not accessible; now whether the problem is in the links or in my computer, here lies the problem.
As for the blog, still the problem persists. Once I click on any link concerning the blog, the program stops working.
I'm really eager to know what the blog consists of.

In the end, endless thanks and may all teachers do what you are doing. I'm trying my best and do well...it's difficult to prepare as you are doing but it's not impossible.

JasakAllahu khairan!

Salam!
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