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This unit discussed many methods for approaching teaching a language. The unit discussed the ESA approach in depth. In my own teaching experience, sometimes my warm up would be clearly recognizable as related to the target language of the day, sometimes, it would just be related to something I knew my students found interesting, but I would make them discuss it in English. I sometimes would feel that a warm-up not related to the target language might be a waste of time, but this unit suggested that the Engage section of a lesson can include almost anything, just get the students interested and motivated, then gradually relate it to the target language, to be explained in the study session of the lesson.
I was also interested in the idea that in the activity stage, correction should be minimal. I tend to be strict about pronunciation, but this unit explained that can discourage students from trying. I am always friendly and sometimes silly when I correct pronunciation (sometimes young students will purposely make mistakes to laugh at my expressions. I will be more careful to limit my interference once my students are on the Activate stage of my future lessons.