One-time off lesson plans, great for substitutions or simple ways to approach grammar & vocabulary
Most of the lesson plans on this website are designed with the idea that learning is a progressive experience. The teacher would follow up and build on the theme of focus with his or her students over the span of the course, or at least over a part of it. There are some situations where while continuity & development over the course is still held important, shorter, more discrete lesson plans are called for.
Some schools are set up to teach modules, mini-courses focused on students gaining some knowledge or mastery over a short period of time. Another such situation is a substitution and a different teacher is called in at the last minute to temporarily cover a class. And there is someone frantically trying to put together something which could be done in that class. These one-page (or two) lesson plans can be very useful. The plan is already clearly & simply laid out and any references &/or materials are provided.
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NOTE: To save a bit of space a few shorthand abbreviations have been used which may appear in the lesson plan.
‘WOB‘ refers to Write On the Board (or the equivalent)
‘St‘ refers to a student and ‘Ss‘ refer to more than one.
‘Tr‘ refers to the teacher or at times, a student taking the active directing role in pair-work
Students learn and practice 2 different kinds of adverbs of frequency.
Students review comparative forms of adjectives, go over THAN vs AS structures and introduce quantifying adverbs into their speaking using comparatives.
Different linkers are looked at (of sequence, consequence & contrast), a quick review of past simple and past continuous, and finally a story-making activity.
Students go over I ME MY MINE as well as THIS THAT THESE THOSE and WHOSE