Lessons from the Classroom

Here are some suggestions for writing up your final assignment:
  1. Look back at your Personal Objectives...have you achieved them all?
  2. Refer to your tutor's written feedback...has there been any consistent action points which you have/not achieved?
  3. How do you plan to work on any outstanding action points?
  4. What seminars and observed lessons (those of professionals & your peers) which have made the light bulb go on?
  5. You may also find it useful to look at the lesson planning page (left on menu) and reflect on your ability to anlayse vocabulary/grammar implement receptive skills lessons.
  6. Please use clear headings and subheadings to set this assignment out clearly as in the example here:

You might also find it useful to refer to some of the following articles:
  1. - The rationale behind reflection and improving your practice.
  2. - What exactly is good teaching practice?
  3. - the benefits of reflective teaching.
  4. - How to plan effectively for the langauge classroom.
  5. - Why our ability to reflect on our practice is difficult at times.
  6. - The first chapter of Woodward's book Planning Lessons and Courses.

This is the last of your assignments on the CELTA course!