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This unit covered several theories for teaching English. Some of these are still used, while others are currently less popular. The unit then went on to detail the Engage, Study, Activate or 'ESA' lesson structure. While named 'ESA' lessons do not necessarily flow in that order with the only hard rule being that an 'Engage' session is the beginning. types of lessons that are common are the straight arrow, the boomerang, and the patchwork lesson. The unit ended with ideas for each of the phases of a lesson and then some important pointers on giving feedback. I think the section I learned the most in is the Feedback section as it makes it clear that it is not always the best practice to correct students all the time as well as the distinction between errors and mistakes.