Planning is important in every walk of life. The success of a piece of work is ensured if it is properly planned. Without planning we shall be loitering about aimlessly, applying means without aiming at the achievement of ends. Just as planning is important in our daily lives, it has a unique importance in the teaching-learning process. As an experienced teacher you may have observed that on some days your pupils are restless and least interested in the material you are trying to present. On some other day, teaching becomes enjoyable. The atmosphere of your classroom is relaxed. Goals are attained smoothly.
What is the reason that explains the difference between these two types of classroom situations? The answer is, careful ...