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This section has been an eye opener to realise the different roles of a teacher as well as the expectations of the learners according to the different levels. The teacher is not just an instructor as traditionally purpoted, but can switch between participant, tutor, facilitator and other roles. The learner, on the other hand, is not just a passive listener, but is also expected to give feedback and ask questions where needed, among other expectations.
This unit has also shed light on the different levels of learners and what to expect in each. For instance, in age groups, one will find younger children will have a shorter attention span than adults. Also, motivation for learning in teenagers may be generally lower than that of preschoolers.
This unit has also clearly given the categories of English speakers in levels of Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate and Advanced.