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How to make a Unit Plan

 

Introduction
 

Once you have set instructional objectives for yourself and decided on a criterion for organizing our program into units (see How to design a language and culture learning program), the next step is to make unit plans. Your plans should include the following elements:

 
  • Objectives
  • Techniques and Activities
  • Resources
  • A projected time frame
  • An evaluation criterion
Steps
  Follow these steps to make a unit plan
 
  1. Review the set of objectives you have decided to base your unit on.
  2. Decide on the techniques and activities you will use to meet these objectives.
  3. List any resources you will need to carry out the techniques and activities.
  4. Decide how long it will take to do all the techniques and activities.
  5. Decide how you will determine whether or not you have met your objectives.
See also
  When you have made a Unit plan, you will want to divide it up into daily plans.
 

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