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Unit 13 was about the teaching of pronunciation and phonology. While I found it to be informative I did not feel like it gave me a good enough understanding and the confidence to teach this subject to a class. Of all that I have learned so far I feel it is the area I will have to focus on the most on my own before I have the ability to pass on the knowledge. Due to the fact that it is an area that many native speakers never have to consider on I can understand why it is intimidating to teach. The parts of the lesson I found the most helpful were in regards to stress and how we stress different types of words. Also, I found the specific examples of sound joining helpful. Linking, sound dropping, sound changing, and extra lettering are normal to come across and distinguish as a native speaker. It is helpful to see these different things to point out to students that may aid them in avoiding confusion in certain real life situations. I also appreciate the teaching techniques such as tongue twisters and peer dictation, as I think this may be a challenging area to teach. I found it interesting that it is an areas that students deem very important and I will take that into consideration when preparing my lessons.