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This unit talked about the other type of skills, the productive skills. It went into detail on the difference between activities centered around fluency and activities centered around accuracy, and the difference between them. The unit also talked about guided activities and controlled activities, and when to step in or lay back and let the students kind of do their thing. Some activities incorporate more teacher control than others, and I would say that is what I learned most from this lesson. I also liked to see the game examples as I feel those are important in keeping the students interested and it is good to know a nice diversified portfolio of such. Additionally, the unit talked about writing and that included things like handwriting, punctuation, and the different cultural differences that students bring to the class. Sometimes these can make things more difficult for certain students in comparison with others.