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This unit draws attention to the fact that there are many different styles of language teaching and learning, each with their own negatives and positives. However, it focuses on the Engage, Study, Activate (ESA) method established by Jeremy Harmer. This method is said to incorporate many of the positive aspects of a variety of different methods. The typical way in which an ESA lesson would be structured is first by engaging the classroom in a friendly and nonthreatening kind of way, allowing them to 'warm up' to the use of English for the remainder of the lesson. In this phase, students are encouraged to utilise the language freely, with minimum teacher input and correction. The study phase will have students learning and employing a new aspect of English, typically in the form of a worksheet, this is where the more solitary work is undertaken. After which, the activate stage allows them to utilise what they have just learned in various activities or games. This is a standard structure, however, structures may vary, the most important thing is to ensure there is an 'engage' phase at the beginning of the lesson.