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J.B. – U.S.A. said:
There are many methods of teaching used by teachers all over the world starting from Grammar-translation and audio-drills finishing with CLL and CTL, the choice of which to use in a class greatly depends on students' level. I think all of methods can be used appropriately in a special situations, but for grammar-translation, which is impossible when a teacher doesn't know students' L1. A lesson has a special structure, each lesson should start with Engage phase where students should speak English, get involved into the education process (by a question or video), get interested (game or music) and warm up for other stage \"Study\". The second stage suggests learning new material, constructions of the language. It's the best stage to make all necessary corrections. And the last stage of each class should be \"Activate\", students use their new and previous language knowledge to produce some creative products (speech, dialogue, presentation, writing, etc.) It's also possible to enrich the simple structure of a lesson by changing the simple structure ESA to ESASA or any other, but Engage stage should always open the lesson and Activate - close.