If you leave from the teacher's desk, you can't see the instruction plan on the desk. So you never be able to leave there. If so, your instruction would be the worst level that is definitely amateur.
Needless to say that it's important to prepare your instruction plan in detail. It's also important to write your plans down to the planning papers. It's also important to practice as much as you can and to simulate for avoiding the situation that you stop in the middle of the class lessons.
But when you started your class, you should never look at such the "papers". You should abandon the papers. If you often glanced at the papers, the students will become anxious.
You should do your class by just only something in your brain's memories. That would be helpful to keep your rhythm and tempo of your class. You can do more flexible interaction with kids.
|Looking at the instruction plan during your class is as same as actors look at the script on the stages.|