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What is a Language Learning Unit Plan?

 

Definition
 

A Language Learning Unit Plan is a subdivision of your language learning program made up of a series of daily lesson plans. The Units may be determined in various ways, depending on the overall approach to language learning being followed.

Parts
 
  • a set of specific language learning objectives
  • the techniques and activities planned to achieve the objectives
  • the resources necessary to do the techniques and activities
  • the time frame envisaged to achieve the objectives
  • criteria for determining whether or not the objectives have been achieved, and
  • a set of daily lesson plans into which the above are distributed.
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