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Gauging difficulty in lesson planning

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:37 am    Post subject: Gauging difficulty in lesson planning Reply with quote

I'm looking for real world experience in dealing with how to gauge diffculty. In all of my textbooks they mention Krashen's i+1 principle of giving students just a bit more than they can handle, but they also make sure to mention this is "usually learned by experience. Would anyone like to give a future teacher some tips? And, if these tips are for the sciences... well, even better!
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