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Unit 8 tackled future tenses, which concludes the saga of the tenses since I've already completed past and present in previous units.
Following a similar pattern to the other tenses yet somehow seeming more difficult than the others, future tenses taught how to correctly speak of things to come, may be coming, or how long they'll continue. Teaching the same things as the previous units, being the form, usages, typical student mistakes and teaching ideas to accompany each future tense.In this unit we focussed on the receptive skills-reading and listening. There are four types of skills in any language: receptive and productive skills. All of them are equally important and wherever possible we should try to incorporate all of them into our teaching lessons if we want to have a balanced approach. often we focus on one skill but we bring the others to have a more integrated lesson. I learned a lot about the different skills and this helped me to understand them better.