With effective preparations, the teacher presents himself appropriately and with appropriate examples to help the young learners understand the subject. The young learners rely extensive on examples given. The teacher must therefore develop appropriate examples using the vocabularies with the view of improving the young learners’ conceptualization of the words and their usage. Additionally, the preparations included the preparation of the course materials such as the writing board and marker pen, the review of the course books and the writing pads. Reviewing the book beforehand prepares the teacher for the lesson thus preventing confusion in front of the leaners.
The teacher will also review past lessons in order to assume a progressive nature to teaching. This will include preparing the contents to fit his or her last lesson. This way, the teacher begins the class by reminding the leaners of the previous class thus testing their memories. Such an approach to teaching makes learning a progressive process with learners always making effort to learn something new, to implement this more effectively, the teacher develops several brief questions in advance to ask the pupils in the course of the lesson.
In building an effective background for the lesson, the teacher reads several books to develop and effective understanding of the vocabularies, he or she seeks to teach the young learners. The books will include both the course books among many other relevant books that may contain similar concepts with his or her reach. Extensive reading makes the teacher comfortable with the concepts to teach. Additionally, the extensive reading makes it possible for the teacher to select an appropriate assay for the class. The appropriateness of the essay improves the success of the lessons since the essay will include the appropriate vocabularies and their suitable usage.
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