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From the content of this unit I can say that planning a lesson is as important as it is for successful people making plans of the way how the achieve the goals in their personal lives. However, as I was working on exercise 3 I wondered how can I put so many activities into one lesson lasting 50 minutes. It seems very strange to me that an activity can last for 5-10 minutes when there is 10 students in the class. Not even mention when there is more then 20 students in the class as it used to be in my case. From my own experience as a student of English language according to ESA method I can say it is very ineffective when there is no adequate time spent on particular activities. Therefore my question is whether it is possible to split ESA method into more lessons?