But only few can be used for a specific level or specific purpose of teaching. Before selecting a required material it is important to profile Students instructional needs and institutional goals.
To make decision that what and how to teach a particular group of learners, the teachers should have some basic knowledge. Teacher should be directly informed about the learner population, student needs, and institutional goals. A systematic and ongoing needs assessment should obviously be a primary source of data for both course design and materials selection, so teachers can choose materials that best accommodate goals and objectives. Before evaluating textbooks, teachers should therefore study their students' backgrounds and the requirements of their programs and institutions, perhaps by reviewing the findings of a recent need assessment.
After getting the basic information about the skills of learner it has become easier to select suitable resources for learners. As described above a vast range of published material is available that can be used for developing skills of learners. Following four very famous books were selected after thorough research and investigations.
A lesson plan is a comprehensive and predetermined schedule of every activity of teacher in classroom for achieving optimal results. A lesson plan can be of many forms and types. It usually depends on time span, style of educator and type of subject to be taught. But the basic and main objective of any type of lesson plan is to provide teacher a pre-planned line of action for presenting materials and interacting with learners. The lesson plan should not be merely an action plan but it should provide a useful link between objectives of curriculum and material to be taught.
As per instructions a detailed two-hour lesson plan is presented here for ESOL Curriculum Level I. First chapter of simple and attractive novel of Charlotte Bront Jane Eyre