What can go into a lesson?

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What can go into a lesson? by Mind Map: What can go into a lesson?

1. Language Skills

1.1. Reading

1.1.1. Recognize different formats like headlines or faxes, letters, words and phrases. Skimming, scanning Survey books, speed read ,read aloud.

1.2. Writing

1.2.1. Punctuation. Vocabulary. Logical structure Spelling. Accuracy. Grammar.

1.3. Listening

1.3.1. Recognise sounds, words and phrases Understand the discourse type or genre Get used to listening to different accents and dialects

1.4. Speaking

1.4.1. Stress. Entonation. Rhythm .Orientation. Gesture. Facial expression and gaze.

2. Combinations

2.1. Sub-Skills

2.1.1. When focusing in a skill, like speaking, different sub-skills can be developed: intonation, rhythm and more.

2.2. Language

2.2.1. Lexical phrases are combinations of words, and messages are combinations of noun and verb groups.

2.3. Behaviour

2.3.1. Terms of punctuality, dress and posture all on one day in the same class can be learned.

2.4. Situations

2.4.1. Are useful arragements for gatjering language together for a particular lesson. Roles, relationships, attitudes, tasks, vocabulary, skills, materials, structures and functions.

3. Classes and people

3.1. The learning doesn’t happen just in a certain age; it happens in all ages at every single time.

3.2. Time. - it is basically about how long a lesson should be, what time or how much time students should take a break, etc.

3.3. Clothing. – there may be differences between schools at moment to students get dressed.

3.4. Students behavior alone and in groups. - the teacher should control how the student work better; alone or in groups

3.5. Spoken or unspoken ground rules. - Classes operate differently in terms of confidentiality, making decisions, commenting on attitudes and behavior, and supporting others.

4. Principles with the culture

4.1. Compare between two cultures .

4.1.1. Music

4.1.2. Beliefs

4.1.3. Thinking

4.1.4. Activities

4.2. Use sources in which carry cultural messages

4.2.1. Extra activities

4.2.2. Related topics

4.3. Give the chance to familiarize with the target language in assignments

4.3.1. Using images

4.3.2. Relationship between target language and beliefs

5. Language Patterns

5.1. There are many possible levels and systems of language and one of the most relevant is organizing principles of length.

5.2. Individual words. - the student should know like the meaning, spelling and how the word is use in the context.

5.3. Groups of words. – are building by individual words, instead of single words,

5.4. Grammatical patterns. - Grammar is the system of the language. The form and meaning of individual words, groups of words, sentences and utterances

5.5. Functions. -It is necessary to know about the meaning and the use to form sentences and utterance.

6. Literature

6.1. Helping students to enjoy the musical and expressive nature of language and literature.

6.1.1. It consists on the rhythm of words.

6.2. It constitutes a high point in language usage, representing quality of expression.

6.3. It takes us beyond the often rather trivial topics of TESOL text books.

6.4. It can speak to the heart of personal experiences of the learner encouraging imagination, creativity, personal discovery, and increased perspective on life.

6.5. Literature can give us a welcome escape from the classroom situation.

7. Culture

7.1. Express themselves

7.1.1. *Focus on discrete units and group expression to comprehension of people’s messages. New interests Everybody is different

7.2. *Difference and variability which contains both the potential for opportunity and for conflict

8. Study Skills

8.1. Priorize and organize time

8.2. Provide a role to the activities into the final purpose

8.3. Not specific activities but is necessary practice

9. Other subjects

9.1. Complement subjects

9.1.1. Math

9.1.2. English

9.1.3. Arts

9.1.4. Important set for transferable knowledge

9.2. Countability process

9.2.1. Build each skill and subskill

9.3. Working in a real life situation in English

9.3.1. Deal with linguistic problems

9.3.2. Import visitors into the occasional language class,