Lesson Plan Design: Spelling and Pronunciation (Part 1)

Over the next month we will learn how to frame both a pronunciation and a spelling lesson.

Please note: THERE IS NO ONE PERFECT LESSON! Design your own, think about what YOU want to teach, and remember you can always go back and edit it to suit your learners' needs.

Our Sample: http://bit.ly/31cv194 [Do not write on this lesson plan]

  1. Download both lesson plan templates:
    Speaking Lesson Plan Template: http://bit.ly/2GqCfgm
    Writing Lesson Plan Template: http://bit.ly/2RQIsHG
  2. Once downloaded, use them for your sample lesson plans.
  3. Make sure you have read chapter 4 of the textbook and read through all the links: https://zen.org.au/2020/01/30/spelling-and-pronunciation/

Building Knowledge of Field Set

  1. Knowledge of Field: http://bit.ly/3aSetI5
  2. Genre Explanations (Long): http://bit.ly/2QhQOIT
  3. The 7 Best Ways to Introduce New Vocabulary: http://bit.ly/2O63mBn

Planning our Topic and Objective

Planning our topic and objective is tied into our KOF [Knowledge of Field]

Lesson Plan Design Lesson: Spelling and pronunciation: http://bit.ly/2RIKESE

We have two lesson plans to design; spelling and pronunciation.
Our topic will be IELTS test training, we shall use the handouts from:

4.1 IELTS Academic Speaking Course – Task 1: The Interview

Lesson Link: http://bit.ly/2Pln383

2.4.1 IELTS Academic Writing Course – Task 4: Line Graphs

Lesson Link: http://bit.ly/2Pp0LlM

Please read the handouts from each, write a quick guide (under 50 words) on the topic and learning objectives. Write these guides and post to the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TESOLJAPAN/

Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYsyceV6bvc

Sample Tests:
1. https://www.ielts.org/about-the-test/sample-test-questions
2. https://ielts.com.au/study-for-ielts/practice-tests/
And there are hundreds of more websites you can view online.

7 Spelling Rules for IELTS Vocabulary: http://bit.ly/37Wxs27 

IELTS Pronunciation Guides

Part 1: on individual sounds, word stress and sentence stress: https://www.ieltsessentials.com/blog/2017/11/27/how-to-improve-your-pronunciation-for-your-ielts-part-1 

Part 2: on ‘chunking’ and word linking: https://www.ieltsessentials.com/blog/2018/01/08/how-to-improve-your-pronunciation-for-your-ielts-part-2

Part 3: on 'intonation': https://www.ieltsessentials.com/blog/2018/02/26/how-to-improve-your-pronunciation-for-your-ielts-part-3 

Speaking Lesson Plan Template: http://bit.ly/2GqCfgm 
Check it out!

What kind of text type will we use?
Text Types [+Exercise]: http://bit.ly/2GUbQb0;
Genre Analysis PPT: http://bit.ly/2Aw24Zt;
Text Type - Structural Features - Language Features: http://bit.ly/2QdSdyc; Genre Explanations (Long): http://bit.ly/2QhQOIT.

IELTS Academic Speaking Sample Part 1: http://bit.ly/2GOowQF
IELTS Academic Speaking Sample Part 2: http://bit.ly/31qo1FD
IELTS Academic Speaking Sample Part 3: http://bit.ly/36Wdu6q

New links being added to the template for your speaking lesson: http://bit.ly/2GqCfgm