Action plan for teachers

Action Plan for Teachers is a practical guide for teachers of English.

This 44-page illustrated book on the subject of English Language Teaching covers the topics of planning and preparing lessons, teaching methodology and classroom practice, as well as using technology in the classroom.It contains tips and suggestions for the English classroom that are suitable for the newly qualified teacher working in a language school, as well as the experienced teacher working in secondary education. There are ideas for and examples of practical activities for different stages of the lesson.

By Callum Robertson with Richard Acklam, published in 2000.

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Submitted by a.silveyra on Fri, 06/04/2010 - 01:37

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I think it's a very helpful handbook full of interesting pieces of advice for 21st century teachers who like to keep their methods updated.

Submitted by muhtadi on Sun, 12/11/2011 - 09:14

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the articles published in this site are really really helpful.... thank you very much... also, please let me know if i can be of any help.... Thank u....

Submitted by ellenpd on Tue, 07/21/2015 - 08:04

In reply to by Katrina Qiubo

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Hi Katrina, Yes, all our publications are free to download in pdf form. Best wishes, Ellen

Submitted by Olga Tsyganok on Sat, 01/30/2016 - 09:09

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Action plan for teachers' -Super tips!!! Thanks lots for you. I'm waiting for your further information just since that moment...

Submitted by hicham astaifi on Sun, 04/03/2016 - 22:47

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I remember when I first read the book action plan. It was in 2005-2006, my first year as an English language teacher. I still remember comparing the lesson plan to the trip. You may enjoy the trip without a plan, but you will not know exactly where you are going, you are just a drifter. The same thing can be said about a lesson. You may improvise and succeed at times. However, your lessons needs to be well planned. The lesson plan boosts the teacher's self confidence. The teacher knows what they are doing. The teacher anticipates and prepares for unexpected problems. The teacher is more systematic. I recommend the book to every teacher, novice and experienced.

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