Complete a lesson plan, using the TEFL Fullcircle Lesson Plan template, based on the following information:
Teacher’s name: Use your own
Date: 2 January 2016
Time of lesson and length: 2pm, 1 hour
Level of students: Beginner
Age of students: Ages 6-7
Class size: 30
Nationalities: All French
Learning Aims/SMART Objectives: Use your own wording, based on the scenario below
Learning Outcomes /Success Criteria: Use your own wording, based on the scenario below
Resources: All the resources you need are available, including technology
These young learners are doing well. Your focus so far has been on introducing them to single pieces of vocabulary and little chunks of language, e.g. ‘sit down’, ‘stand up’, ‘a book’. All of the single vocabulary words you have introduced to them have had the indefinite article ‘a’ tagged on, e.g. ‘a book’, ‘a pencil’, ‘a dog’. They have grasped the ‘a’. You have not yet introduced the indefinite article ‘an’.
Your aim in this lesson is to introduce them to, and help them to practise and use, the indefinite article ‘an’. Clearly, to do this, you will need to introduce them first to a couple of new words beginning with a vowel sound.
Note: If you are not familiar with the French language, you should do a little bit of research to find out if there are or aren’t indefinite articles in French.
18 June, 2018 at 8:24
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Did you get someone to help you with this, I am in the same boat now need help with it. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you could maybe let me know that would be awesome…
24 October, 2018 at 8:24
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Need help with a lesson plan and Written Assignment tefl fullcircle 160 hour course
hello can anyone help me please I really need to get this TEFL Certification so I got to the End of Course Assessment and I kind of got lost in it because I have no experience teaching so if anyone has done it before and is willing to help please contact me email@example.com
24 September, 2019 at 10:13
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By chance has someone found a solution (for this or other lesson plans…) I noticed that they are always the same.
And if someone could also help me for the “written assignment”…
Complete the End of Course Test, which consists of the key points of the course, which includes all areas covered in Modules 1-17 and Modules 18-26 for the Master Course. You can return to the course at any time if you need to review any information. There is also no set time limit to complete this test. You will be given 3 attempts to submit this test. You are required to get at least 75% on this test.
Complete a lesson plan for a scenario given in the End of Course Assessment Module following Module 17. Our Marking Team will mark your lesson plan. You will gain either a pass or a fail. If you fail, your tutor will help you improve your lesson plan with feedback.
We will now look at improving your reflective or metacognitive skills and we would like you to go to YouTube and find two examples of an ESL teacher in action (there are many to choose from if you type in the keywords ‘TEFL teaching’).
try to answer the following questions
be reflective and ask yourself what went well
make recommendations to help the teacher get better
What is the level of the class?
How does the teacher introduce the topic and elicit information from the group?
How does the teacher check the students have understood the questions? Asking questions
What type of grammar is being taught?
How are students corrected?
How do the students practise the target language?
How is the lesson personalised?
How are the students seated?
Did the students enjoy the lessons? Why do you think the students enjoyed the lessons?