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Timing in a good reading lesson plan

Discussion in 'Career clinic' started by songultomek, May 1, 2019.

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Timing for stages in a reading lesson plan

  1. Depends on the objectives

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  2. Around 10 minutes

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  3. Depends on the class

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  4. More than Pre-reading stage

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  5. Does not matter

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  1. songultomek

    songultomek New commenter

    hello all,
    I would like to hear all you voices on that!
    Do you think there is a perfect timing for a good reading lesson plan. My colleague (observer) counted pre and post reading activities’ minutes and although the time spent in ‘during reading’ stage had the highest time, he commented it looked more like a speaking lesson than reading. I kept the lead in and prediction part a bit long- 10 minutes in total and 7-10 minutes for my ‘during reading’ stage. I do think time allowance should be that strict as long as you meet your objectives. What do you think??
     

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