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Assignment 1 – Vocabulary Lesson

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  • joeD
    21 June, 2019 at 9:29
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    Hi All!

    I decided to look into a career change and found myself taking up a tefl course.
    I am now up to unit 5 and now I have to submit my first assignment in which I have spent the last 8 hours scratching my head!

    Is there someone that can help me guide through the lesson plan??? Time is rewarded!

    Please see below the question and feel free to ask me for me information.

    I really appreciate the support:


    Create a 60-minute vocabulary lesson. Choose one of the following topics. Write a present, practice and production lesson to teach the 10 words within the topic.


    Choose one topic from below. Teach the ten words within the topic. Only teach the words in the context of the topic. For example, in Sports, do not teach ‘captain’ in the context of a ship.

    Topic 1


    beat, win, lose, draw, captain, coach, referee, team, warm up, score

    Topic 2

    Personality adjectives

    affectionate, aggressive, bossy, competitive, independent, jealous, reliable, sensible, sensitive, spoilt

    Topic 3


    land, take off, check-in desk, luggage, suitcase, aisle, baggage-reclaim, boarding pass, journey, trip

    The Students

    You have a class of 15 multi-lingual adults at intermediate level (B1). There are 10 men and 5 women, and they come predominantly from China and Saudi Arabia. Ages range from 18 – 38. Your students have different motivations including studying in an English-speaking country, improving their English to help their job prospects and travelling.

    31 July, 2019 at 8:38
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    Lesson planning

    Hi all, please help with this, I’m stuck on the lesson planning assignment too.

    19 September, 2019 at 8:56
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