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I found this unit very interesting in that it considered phonics via the international phonetic alphabet. Also taking us through the details of 'Articulation' and 'Manner of Articulation'. The way the teacher in the video taught his Thai class international phonics was enlightening but one could not help but think how the students would view the level of importance in learning this. That is, would the student now feel obliged to commit the entire IPA to memory? How then would this translate when reading future text? If as the unit says, they can 'develop a working knowledge of the system', I'd wonder about how IPA would be applied and often used in a lesson and would it cause confusion? I guess this approach may be best be applied to an adult EFL class, but I would hesitate to try this approach with school aged students?