Thu. May 28th, 2020

Reading

LP / Reading

  • LP Data

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Learning Outcomes

    (These should be your aims in terms of what you want the students to achieve)
  • Personal Aims

  • (limit this to one or two ares of your teaching that you want to focus on in this lesson)
  • Assumptions

    (What you assume the students will know or not know, be familiar with, have experienced or have been taught)
  • Anticipated Problems & Solutions

    Try to cover language, skills and classroom management.
  • Resources & Materials

    (attach copies of handouts; ensure reference is marked on handout)
  • Pre-reading

  • Either pre-teaching vocabulary or prediction
  • Either pre-teaching vocabulary or prediction
  • While-reading

  • It can be one of the following: Reading for gist / main idea / skimming or Reading for specific information / scanning or Reading for details / intensively / carefully or Guessing words from the context or Reading for the writer's attitude or opinions.
  • It can be one of the following: Reading for gist / main idea / skimming or Reading for specific information / scanning or Reading for details / intensively / carefully or Guessing words from the context or Reading for the writer's attitude or opinions.
  • It can be one of the following: Reading for gist / main idea / skimming or Reading for specific information / scanning or Reading for details / intensively / carefully or Guessing words from the context or Reading for the writer's attitude or opinions.
  • It can be one of the following: Reading for gist / main idea / skimming or Reading for specific information / scanning or Reading for details / intensively / carefully or Guessing words from the context or Reading for the writer's attitude or opinions.
  • Post-reading

  • Speaking or writing or text-analysis
  • Speaking or writing or text-analysis
  • Speaking or writing or text-analysis
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