Lesson presentation in distance mode for FODE students PNG

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Points to consider when writing a lesson


English language is in most cases the second, third or even the fourth language in Papua New Guinea. A distance writer has to bare in mind and consider this as an imperative tool to get the message through. Knowing your audience is an advantage thus helps the writer to use the appropriate language level.

Use simple and short sentences as much as possible.


In distant writing the use of icons motivates learning and an interaction between teacher and students is evident.


The use of graphics in the lesson is also a very effective tool of getting the messaage across to your students.


In the introduction the writer explicitly introduces what the lesson is all about. Specifically, the lesson should contain three to five sentences.