When you plan to use activity in any section of your lesson, make sure to use TESOL activities with a focus. Let’s consider, for example, a listening activity.

One of the most common mistakes made by a teacher is to play a recording and then ask the students to say what it is about.

There isn’t any focus on such activity. The students may get lost as there could be a lot of information in that recording.

When you use TESOL activities with a focus on certain information, for example, “Listen and complete the chart with all the numbers you hear” you are helping your students improve their listening skills in a very measurable way.

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