What’s the point of planning a lesson if we know that things won’t go according to it?

I think that by planning we make sure that what we want to do in a lesson will be fresh in our minds. So, in essence, it isn’t HAVING a plan that’s useful, but PLANNING itself.

Do you agree?

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