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There are many different kinds of activities and strategies that can go into a good life skills lesson plan, but there are three tools that you can use to really boost your lesson plan to make it more engaging, practical, and applicable: realia, time to familiarize, and practical skill practice. Keep reading below to learn more about how you can take your life skills lesson plan and use it to empower your students to use English outside of the classroom!
If your students are looking to take control of their language learning or you’re looking for ways to encourage them to use English daily, then this article is just for you! Journaling is the perfect tool to give your students autonomy, increase their vocabulary skills, track their progress over time, and make sure your students are using language that is applicable to them specifically.
Time is precious. And it’s easy to feel like your time in the classroom is being wasted by lengthy activity directions and classroom management issues. Giving directions is an important part of the ESL classroom because learners who understand what is expected of them are more likely to engage, which solves a lot of classroom management issues as well.