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This lesson circled back around to the Engage-Study-Activate model of teaching once again to provide some examples of how this method can be applied to teaching a new language. Specifically it gave examples of how lesson plans for the three main types of lessons you will encounter: vocabulary, grammar and structure, and function. Not much was said about what you should emphasize from these three areas depending on the skill level of the students. For example, for beginners should you focus primarily of vocabulary and grammar and build up to function, or is it better to begin with grammar and function and give them the bare bones of vocabulary and allow them to discover new words for themselves? I'd be interested to see how a syllabus for a beginners class would look compared to an advanced class, but I suppose that will be a lesson for a later unit.