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Q: Need Help in Lesson Planning?

Teaching can be tough. Once you’re past the induction stage and have completed most of the New Teacher section of EOA, classes will be handed to you like presents on Christmas morning. Suddenly you will find that you won’t have 3 full days to plan your one Saturday class, but rather you will have classes every day, each needing specific attention and careful planning. Thursdays and Fridays then, become your planning days when you might have 5 or 6 weekend classes to write lesson plans for.

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I don't need help planning but I will accept the free points from posting this answer. Wink

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I don't need help planning but I will accept the free points from posting this answer. Wink

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Teaching is a busy activity, it isn't only delivering classes. Why do you think you have office hours? Use them! It's difficult at the beginning but the more experience you get in the classroom, the less you will have to prep. At the beginning though, I would advice to prep every min of your time in the classroom.

Also, every teachers should have a planning schedule and stick to it! 

It isn't difficult or anything but most of the foreigners I know just don't care... then again, they don't earn that much, and are just crappy teachers.

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