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lesson planning It is a document that many teachers prepare and use in order to best utilize lesson time. There is no, one/ specific way in which plan should be written. It can take many forms, from very strict and detailed, which includes almost every aspect of lesson, to few short notes(sketch). Each teacher has his own way to write one, it depends on factors like experience, personal preferences, type of lesson etc. But every lesson plan is good, as long as it fulfills its role. Many may think that only an inexperienced teachers use lesson plans, but that's not true. Lots of experienced teachers use them, because they are great help in daily activities in the classroom . The main difference between them is, that teachers with greater practice use them as a hint, and new teachers are a little more dependent on using the plan. There are many opinions about lesson planning. Using the plan entails a risk that lesson become dull and boring. For example if our predictions were wrong and student didn't like some activities, or they couldn't fit in overall pace of lesson, the lesson itself would become uninteresting . In that case we should stop relaying firmly on the plan and quickly make necessary adjustments, or else our lesson will turn into failure. Lesson plan