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    I have nearly finished a TESOL coarse,my one problem is writing a lesson. I find it hard to get started let alone know how to structure it. Help me please

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith glentworth View Post
    I have nearly finished a TESOL coarse course. My one problem is writing a lesson. I find it hard to get started let alone know how to structure it. Help me please.
    Welcome to the forum. There are quite a lot of advice guides for TESOL lessons on the net. Please see my amendments to your post above. As you can see, writing a lesson plan isn't your only problem. If you're going to teach English, you need to be able to teach your students correct written English as well as spoken. The importance of correct spelling, capitalisation and punctuation cannot be overstated.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 16-Oct-2012 at 23:57. Reason: Additional info
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith glentworth View Post
    I have nearly finished a TESOL coarse,my one problem is writing a lesson. I find it hard to get started let alone know how to structure it.
    If you paid for a TEFL course, then you should really be asking the tutors to explain this to you. It should have been covered in some depth.

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