Effective Lesson Planning for Pre-Primary Learners


This is my second edition of this online course specifically for new teachers of Pre-Primary Learners!

Would you like to plan effective lessons for 3-5 year old children?

Many teachers like you (even those with years of experience with Primary aged children) struggle to plan lessons that are engaging, effective and appropriate for this age group.

This can quickly lead to feeling demotivated and burnt out. This course is for anyone who wants to plan effective and engaging lesson for 3-5 year olds. I’m going to show you how I do this and share a framework that you can use to plan your own lessons.

As well as some solid theory, the course has plenty of actionable advice and lesson ideas.

I'd like you leaving this course feeling more confident about your planning and perhaps even inspired to start sharing your best practice with the ELT community, too.

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