How to prevent confusion.


When it comes to lesson planning, is not easy to figure out what to do and when to do it. Fortunately there are a lot of resources available to teachers. We can find reference materials, such as dictionaries, grammar books, articles and magazines that have been written and updated by more experienced teachers. We can head on the right direction by listening to the advice of other teachers whom have taught at the same level, it could help us design our own planning.



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