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What is a Daily Language Learning Plan?

 

Definition
 

A Daily Language Learning Plan is a subdivision of a Unit Plan within your overall language learning program. It consists of your language learning objectives for a given day and the strategies, techniques, and activities you decide to use to achieve them.

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