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This unit outlined some of the methodologies and techniques of teaching. Choosing which approaches are most beneficial will be based on the learner's comprehension level, individual weaknesses and strengths, culture, available materials, and the teacher's preferences. One tried-and-true framework for designing lesson structure is the Engage-Study-Activate approach. This approach can be implemented in a straight-forward delivery of ESA, or the teacher can choose to add more than one study or activate component, as long as the lesson begins with Engage and concludes with Activate. Expectations of the learner, feedback from the teacher, and purpose of the activity will vary depending on whether the class is in the Engage, Study, or Activate phase. There are innumerable activities available (games, role-play scenarios, worksheets, etc.) to help introduce, facilitate, and supplement each phase of the lesson. I learned that there is an important distinction between a \"mistake\" and an \"error.\" A mistake can be commonly self-corrected or other-corrected. An error tends to reflect a more ingrained error or a student's difficulty in understanding a concept and may require more one-on-one guidance from the teacher. Whether a student makes a mistake or an error, positive encouragement from the teacher is the best way to preserve a student's confidence and motivation to keep trying.