Action Plan for Teachers is a practical guide for teachers of English. It contains tips and suggestions for the English classroom that are suitable for the newly qualified teacher working in a language school, as well as the experienced teacher. This book covers the subject of the English language lesson – what to put in it, how to plan it, and how to put that plan into action.

A 44 page illustrated book on the subject of English Language Teaching. The book discusses the topics of planning and preparing lessons, teaching methodology and classroom practice, as well as using technology in the classroom, and also has ideas for and examples of practical activities for different stages of the lesson. Written by Callum Robertson with Richard Acklam and published in 2000 in collaboration with the BBC World Service.

About the authors:
Callum Robertson has worked in English Language teaching since 1986. He has taught in Japan, China and Denmark as well as in the UK. He is a teacher trainer and writer, producer and presenter for BBC World Service. He has a degree in Drama from the University of Hull and the RSA Dip. TEFLA.

Richard Acklam is a freelance ELT teacher, teacher trainer and textbook writer. He has worked in Cairo, Paris and London and has an MA (TEFL) from the University of Reading.
This publication is free to download