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I can see how teaching different groups could come with both challenges and strengths depending on your approach. Teaching children while possibly feeling more rewarding could have its own challenges that do not relate to the classroom. On the other hand teaching older students business English might actually be easier for the teacher to relate to since they would have much more in common with the students. I would want to try teaching both at least a few times to get a feel for how my strengths as a teacher apply to the different groups.In this unit, I learned the four present tenses including their basic forms and usages. I find it very hard to understand the differences between the \"Present Perfect\" tense and the \"Present Perfect Continuous\" tense. The examples for each of the tenses are very helpful. The typical student errors and mistakes are helpful too. I think when teaching this topic, a more structured approach (i.e. activities such as work-sheets and fill-in-blanks) would be more effective and more clear than group discussions or other non-guided activities.