Lesson Planning: Anticipating Problems and Solutions

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If a student missed an important part of the lesson due to arriving late, it is recommended to ignore it and continue with the lesson as planned.

False

Having a student who finds the lesson 'boring' can be considered as an unexpected problem in teaching.

True

Teaching a multilingual class where students speak to each other in their native language is not a challenge for teachers.

False

If a planned lesson finishes much earlier than expected, it is advisable to end the class early.

False

When a student questions a rule by stating 'my other teacher said...', the best approach is to dismiss the student's doubts.

False

If you become the odd student's partner in pair work with an odd number of students, you will effectively become a student in the class.

True

Leaving the odd student out of the task completely is a recommended approach when faced with an odd number of students for pair work.

False

Acknowledging a late student's arrival with a 'Hello' and gesturing for them to sit down quickly and quietly is the appropriate response.

True

Pairing two students as one can be a solution for dealing with an odd number of students for pair work.

True

If you participate in the task as the odd student's partner, your confidence as a teacher will increase.

False

Learn about the importance of anticipating potential problems in a lesson and being prepared to address them. Discover strategies for handling unexpected challenges to ensure effective teaching.

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