TESOL Lesson Planning TipsPreparing TESOL lesson plans can turn into a teacher’s least favourite past-time. Some of the tips below seem to be little more than common sense, but when time becomes scarce we find ourselves cutting corners and taking care of immediate needs (such as photocopying or marking the latest quiz we gave our students) and we end up having less time to devote to lesson planning and preparation. This, in turn, makes certain small tasks more cumbersome and, before we know it, lesson planning  becomes a black hole that consumes more and more of our time. If the following tips are followed consistently, lesson planning will become natural to you and take less and less time as you become an experienced teacher.

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