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Unit seven explains the three areas of teaching that a lesson will cover. It could involve all three areas, (vocabulary, grammar, function) or just one. It then goes into what is most important for students to know about each new language. What is most important for vocabulary is slightly different than what is important for a lesson on function. Next we are given a list of possible activities for each phase of the ESA lesson, and an example of a lesson for each of the three areas. For beginners, vocabulary lessons are very important since we need to know words in order to use the language. Just like a baby learning to talk, we cant start with grammar or function until we have the vocabulary building blocks to practice with. This unit really helped me understand how I will go about creating a successful lesson for my students, and furthered my understanding of the difference between proper engage, study and activate activities. Certain activities don't make sense to use for the engage stage because they will likely have no prior knowledge of the material we will cover. Much thought should go into planning a class that can lead the students in to understanding and using the new language.