Effective signposting

Herrick, Erin
May 2013
English Teaching Professional;May2013, Issue 86, p46
The article focuses on the significance of signpost in lesson planning. A signpost is a list of the skills, language and activities covered in the lesson. It states that putting a signpost could overcome the teachers issue in highlighting the student's progress and getting them motivated and excited by learning. A signpost should include a heading, skills practised and page numbers of the coursebook. It also mentions three ways to complete a signpost and provides examples.


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