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Planning Page WebEnglish.se

Planning Page WebEnglish.se
WebEnglish.se hopes to make every teacher’s life easier by presenting term plan examples and templates to use together with your students and/or colleagues to plan an enjoyable school year. WebEnglish.se suggests your plan be filled with themes, books, films and whatever else the class might come up with. Just follow these seven steps: 1. Choose your class level for WebEnglish.se Autumn Term Themes:Year2, Year3, Year4, Year5, Year6, Year7, Year8, Year9 WebEnglish.se Spring Term Themes:Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 2. 3. Download Term Plan Templates:Term Plan Template: themes per weekTerm Plan Template: 2 lessons per weekTerm Plan Template: 3 lessons per week The templates are adaptable for all levels A Term Plan Example 5-8, 3 lessons per week 4. 5. 6. 7. Suggestion: Show an empty plan to your students and fill in together or show an example plan and let them choose the themes, films, test dates, calendar topics etc.

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