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This unit covered an array of equipment and aids to use in the classroom: boards (traditional and smart), projectors, visual aids, worksheets and cards, cassette and CD players, video players and recorders, dictionaries, books, computers, and online resources. The information given was ok, but I would have liked to see more detailed information on, for example, how to make the best use of a simple board (because it's a medium that all classrooms have). Perhaps some visuals would be a good supplement in this section. Also missing (but which has been very informative in past units) was a section of exercise ideas. Some teachers may have access to various equipment and media but may not know how to integrate them into a lesson plan. The list of resources is good to have, though I haven't checked to see if they're all still active and available. The British sources far outweigh the American ones, so it would be nice to have a broader list. One addition I would suggest is National Public Radio www.npr.org which has some great podcasts. Their wonderful \"Story Corps\" section is full of short monologues and dialogues of real people telling stories about their lives. Most, if not all, come with scripts, and some include closed caption.