Optimize Your ESL/EFL Lesson Plans to Improve Efficacy and Save Time

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Do you find yourself spending too much time on lesson planning? Do you feel that your lesson plans are not working when put to the test in the actual classroom? Don’t let lesson planning make you sweat!


Amy Jones
Amy Jones is a Speech-Language Pathologist and a 20-year ESL instructor with degrees from Colorado State University and the Mississippi University for Women. She has taught English at universities and institutes across the US as well as in medical schools in Saudi Arabia. She is an experienced teacher trainer, specializing in PPP, objective writing and backward design. Her years of classroom experience have informed her approaches to time-saving in planning and material development/collection for various instructional settings. Amy is currently based in the United States and works as an E-learning Specialist and Curriculum Designer for Bridge Education Group.
Erin Shaw Hernandez
Erin Shaw Hernandez is an experienced TESOL professional with expertise ranging from teaching in the classroom to owning and operating an accredited language school. She received a MA TESOL degree from Brigham Young University, and has extensive experience in curriculum and program development, teacher training, language assessment and program marketing.
Heather Johnston
Heather Johnston is the owner of ELT Resource Room where she helps EAP (English for Academic Purposes) teachers develop organizational systems so they can reduce stress and ease the overwhelm in their daily ELT lives. Since earning her MA in TESOL in 2004, Heather has served students and colleagues in the public school and university settings in the United States. Heather also teaches skills-based courses and provides guidance in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment as the Academic Coordinator of ESL for the intensive English program at Murray State University. One of Heather’s main goals in life is to integrate work and rest well not only for herself but also for her teaching peers.

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