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23f827876f7301f5f9d5865438019d141a814226.docx TESOL - Lesson Plan TESOL Student Name: Heijin and Peiwen Teacher observed / supervisor: Date: 11/09/2015 Time & duration of class: 01:15pm to 03:15pm Class level: Pre-intermediate Target Language: English Material Required: Learner Profile & Learning Environment: Most of students are Asian background, age ranges from 15 to 25. Overall goal: 1. Students will learn. 2. Students will learn. 3. Students will learn Time Activity Name Procedure / Class interaction Grouping Aim Possible Problems & Solutions 1. 5min Pre- listening activity 1. Brainstorm about the jobs. 2. Give the students little paper cards ‘ what is the worst job in the world ‘ ( If students feel difficult ‘worst’, change the I hate this job) -There is a divided chart for each students and classmates. 3. Get the students write down their own answers and then share it with other three students by moving around and asking other Individual Small group Page 1 of 4
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