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Most of this unit was straight forward. For laying out a lesson, there was much of it I was familiar with. With the majority of my teaching experience coming from teaching skiing, flexibility, learning objectives, time, procedure and possible problems were ingrained in my teaching style. When teaching 6 1 hour lessons a day you have to have a good idea of planning to survive especially when the students change every time. However, making a more formal plan was not something I was ever considering when taking up teaching English. I can see how a formal lesson plan would help particularly when it comes to sequence lessons. The idea of 'Monitoring' your own lessons was new to me as well and something I can see myself doing regularly. I think the hardest thing for me was still applying my current lesson plans (both English and Skiing) and relating them to the ESA phases. I think so much of my current teaching style comes just from my previous classes in school.