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This unit discussed creating lesson plans. Throughout discussions regarding ESA, there has been a bit of discomfort for me as I felt that there was the potential for too much being crammed into a lesson. Particularly in a school where classes are only 45 minutes, this necessitates setting learner objectives to very small blocks. This would lend itself to planning in sequences in order to ensure students grasp the subjects.
This unit, however, stresses the need for flexibility and adaptability, which are really critical to planning lessons. While the flexibility may throw the schedule off a bit, a sequence would allow you to build in (plan) a type of buffer to ensure the sequence finishes on time; e.g., end of week.