This lesson takes a process approach to developing writing skills. It is staged so that students are guided through the processes of collecting information and deciding how they will structure it within the text before they begin to write. Students are guided through the process of drafting, editing and redrafting the text to produce a final copy. There are also a number of suggested follow up activities.
Pre-Intermediate A2 and above
- To develop students' abilities to organise information and construct it into a text
- To develop students' abilities to revise, redraft and improve their writing
- To develop students' abilities to construct questions
The plans and worksheets are downloadable and in pdf format.
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I have used this lesson plan many times in the class room. The class really responds to the worksheets and inspires productivity. Thank you so much.
It's a new planning for me.It's great and must be efficient.All the students can be involved.I'll use this lesson plan .Thanks.
great lesson plan. students 'll certainly take interest in learning the skill.
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I have used this plan to teach our students and it can help me to create the teaching program
I"ll try this lesson. I think is a great lesson plan.
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Very helpful and interesting.
i really appreciate this plan and i would like to see more of this kind ( on writing ). can you suggest me?
I'm sorry, my question isn't related to the given topic but I don't know where I can ask for the explanation. My question is if we use many more with countable nouns and much more uncountable noun when we want to emphasise an even bigger number or amount of something. For example, do we say "many more people or much more people"? If you can't answer my question here, could you please send me a link where I can ask this question?
Hello R S
If you have questions about learning English, or specific grammar points, take a look at our learner site here:
You will find lots of resources for improving your English here. This section will help you with the question about 'much' and 'many':
But, as 'people' is a countable noun we would say "many more people"
Hope that helps,