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This unit gave me some more detail on how we read (prediction, deduction, scanning etc.), and the example material has been very interesting and useful. It's true that it's not easy to adapt the topic to students' interests, since they will be very quick to judge it and express their boredom eventually. Some of the advice confirmed the things that I've been doing already, like not insisting on understanding every single word and deduction from the context. I completely agree about the uncertainties about listening tasks, that's why I use the TED talks a lot with my advanced students + suggest using the subtitles, so the two skills are combined.