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This page was originally designed to share my materials with other English teaching assistants in France, especially those who have no experience in teaching ESL yet. I've also included worksheets that I used for private English lessons in France as well as some of the materials I used in my ESL classes in the United States. Feel free to use them as you'd like. Some of the lessons listed under the Assistant section can also be used for private lessons and vice versa. There is a page of English grammar if you need a review. If you want to use videos with subtitles in your classes, Yabla and FluentU offer many videos on a variety of topics.

Lesson Plan subtitles Dutch


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Turn any video into a learning exercise instead of spending hours on Google, searching for the perfect lesson plan. captures content from video and audio, using AI-powered speech to text technology. Using a transcript, you can easily make your own activities like fill-in-the-blank/cloze exercises, summary exercises, and speaking skills practice.

Lesson plans serve as a framework for the learning activities that will occur in the classroom each day. They focus the class on specific learning objectives and maximize instructional time. The lesson plan is the tool effective teachers use to ensure that each part of a lesson supports a specified learning objective and to ensure that the activities and time spent will lead students to master content and skills.

Lesson planning provides time for the teacher to think through resources that will best capture the attention of students and choose learning activities that will clearly convey content required for students to meet the lesson objectives. Effective teachers use lesson plans as a reflective opportunity to make decisions on what activities will best meet the needs of students and to predict/plan reactions to student challenges. When teachers take the time to create detailed plans, they are more likely to present content and skills to students that are objective driven, well-paced, clear, and lead students to mastery. Effective lesson planners plan backwards. This best practice is reflected in the backwards approach in the steps below.

A common challenge for teachers is time management when executing a lesson. Double Plan to anticipate student actions to proposed learning activities and always plan more learning activities than there is time to complete them. It is easier to remove activities from a lesson plan than to add quality learning experiences in the moment that meet the rigor of the learning objective. When determining how to adjust for time, remember the closing is an important piece to the lesson. Be sure to reserve enough time for this portion of the lesson cycle. Sometimes time runs out and/or a transition must happen. Account for transitions in the planning of lessons and units. A Pacing Tool can assist in keeping track of time during a lesson.

A collection of ten lessons on Anne Frank and the Holocaust. Provides a daily lesson plan with discussion questions, handouts, readings, and activities. Also includes three short tests, a list of optional activities, and a bibliography.

Title of Unit and Brief Summary: The Life Cycle of a Plant/ The importance of Water. The purpose of the lesson is for students toanalyze if plants need water to survive and how animals also have a part to play in plant survival when it comes to dispersing theseeds. Also the lesson allows students to make the connection between Plants and humans needing water to survive.

By the end of the lesson students willbe able to identify the connectionbetween the seed and the animals.Students will be able to identify if theplants survival is dependent on theanimals disbursement of the seeds.

When showing the Spanish-language film with English subtitles, the Dutch teacher had to explain some sections as a small number of pupils asked for clarification. The teacher commented that it is advisable to work with Dutch subtitles, or to provide a short explanation or summary of the film before, during, or immediately it is shown.

All lessons were executed in accordance with the lesson plans provided. The lesson phases were dealt with in the indicated order. Prescribed material, instructions, and teaching methods in the lesson plans were largely implemented in accordance with the instructions.

According to Veendrick, Tavecchio, and Doornenbal [50] the learning performance of boys can also be affected by the phenomenon whereby education is becoming feminized. Thus, boys go without male role models, with all its consequences. The difference in learning and performance motivation between individuals in groups/classes may play an important part. Thorpe [51] stated that boys are expected not to like school, as reinforced by comments from their parents and teachers. This has negative consequences for learning motivation and performance. Girls experience just the opposite and they do like school, thus performing better. A third explanation in the literature is a difference in learning styles. A learning style is the manner in which somebody best acquires knowledge. One person learns better, for instance, when the material is presented visually, while another learns best when the content is presented aurally [52]. Boys and girls presumably differ with regard to learning styles, and presumably those used in schools are not appropriate for boys. Van Langen and Driessen [53] have stated that boys perform well in mathematics and physics. They prefer learning rules and abstract facts by heart, and respond to episodic, factual, and detailed comments. Girls prefer open-ended tasks that are coupled with real situations. They respond more extensively to questions, putting lessons learned in a broad context.

I started learning Dutch because I am going to study in the Netherlands. I found Effie through Facebook and I really liked her lesson plan. I really liked the pace of the lesson and the structure. The book is a step-by-step guide to learning the language and culture, so it's very easy to follow. I had some problems with grammar, but with Effie as the teacher, everything was understandable. I haven't come to the Netherlands yet but when I do I will use it as much as I can. the Algemene Nederlandse Spraakkunst is probably the most thorough resources for all Dutch grammar. It might feel too thorough if you're just trying to understand something simple. It is also in Dutch. But if you can't find an explanation for something elsewhere it is probably in here (personally I like the explanation of er from here better than that of

This lesson plan is not meant to replace any school mandated lesson plan structure that a teacher might use, but rather demonstrates what a lesson plan might have. The use of the one-week lesson plan versus a one-day lesson plan is for convenience only. 041b061a72


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