|Hi, everyone! |
I’ve prepared a couple of CELTA lesson plans myself(my scientific advisor went through CELTA and DELTA), and I know how time-consuming it is! I actually praise the way CELTA lesson plan templates are made, but at the same time I understand that I can’t spend too much preparing for my lessons, since I both work and study - the maximal amount of time I’m ready to spend on lesson preparation is not more than an hour.
So, here’s the essence: how can I spend my hour of preparation most efficiently, so that my lesson is interesting and well-structured?
P.S: I’ve been working as an EFL teacher for only half a year (as a classroom teacher; 4 years as a one-on-one tutor)
Please, don’t be exceedingly strict to me,
Thanks in advance for your responses!