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Prepare a detailed lesson plan for a 45-50 minute lesson that you would teach, complete with annotations that make explicit all aspects of the lesson, what you will do and why you will do it that way and explain how the lesson is linked to an assessment outcome from a curriculum framework. Support your annotations with links to at least ten academic references. (in addition to the prescribed readings below). Include all teaching materials. Use the lesson plan format. This must be an original lesson.
Word count: 4000 words
Criteria for marking:
1. clear rationale
2. clear statement of the relationship with other lessons and student knowledge & skills, clear communication and lingusitic goals
3. a clearly stated lesson focus, use of resources and board organisation
4. clear statement about how learning is assessed
5. thorough and clear procedure
6. identification of potential difficulties and consideration of solutions 7. attention given to organisation, structure and expression.
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Brindley G. and Slatyer H. (2002) ‘Exploring task difficulty in ESL listening assessment’, Language Testing, 19(4), pp. 369–394. doi: [url removed, login to view]
Ehrich J. F., Zhang L. J., Mu J. C. and Ehrich L. C. (2013) ‘Are alphabetic language -derived models of L2 reading relevant to L1 logographic background readers?’, Language Awareness, 22(1), pp. 39–55. doi: [url removed, login to view]
Ellis R. (2009) ‘Task-based language teaching: sorting out the misunderstandings’, International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 19(3), pp. 221–246. doi: [url removed, login to view]
Fulcher G. and Davidson F. (2007) ‘Classroom assessment [Unit A2]’, in Language testing and assessment: an advanced resource book. London: Routledge, pp. 23–55. Available at: [url removed, login to view]
Gu Y. (2012) ‘Language learning strategies: An EIL perspective [Chapter 18]’, in Principles and practices for teaching English as an international language. New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 318–334. Available at: [url removed, login to view]
Harmer J. (2015) The practice of English language teaching. Harlow, England: Pearson Education.
Hinkel E. (2006) ‘Current perspectives on teaching the four skills’, TESOL Quarterly, 40(1). doi: [url removed, login to view]
Kirkpatrick A. (2007) ‘Implications for English language teaching [Chapter 13]’, in World Englishes: implications for international communication and English language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 184–197. Availabl
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