|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Details:||Paperback; 266 pages; Pub.2001|
This handbook will help you design sequences of work for your ESL/EFL classes. Whether it’s plucking out an activity to start or finish a lesson or whether you’re at your wit’s end on how to deal with a large and unruly class – this book offers ideas and help.
It deals with the kinds of everyday questions working teachers face as they plan lessons and courses. Each chapter contains an analysis of the issue under discussion, as well as practical principles and sample activities.
The author provides a lot of intriguing suggestions for lesson planning using an easy-to-follow approach.
Overall a useful book for new and experienced teachers alike!