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Personally I consider lesson planning being some sort of a fun for the teacher in a first place. I can explain: especially when you are able to come up with some interesting ideas for your class (which doesn't happen all the time, unfortunately); and you are elaborating your ideas and then representing them to your students, especially when you get a positive outcome, when you see your students are enjoying the class - it is some sort of art work, to my mind. You don't invent something new, but each time you find a way to give a new 'shape' to the thing people are doing for ages - studying language. And it's true that it is a little bit hard for an inexperienced teacher to plan lesson to have a smooth course. Hopefully, it becomes easier with time and experience though. In general, Unit 9 is definitely useful, hoping to absorb as much as possible and use it in future.