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Unit Nine went over the basics of lesson planning for an English language teacher. This unit taught that each lesson plan should include information about the learner objective, language point, timing, anticipated problems, phases, interactions, the date, and other important things that will help any teacher to be more organized and ready to teach the lesson in a more concise way. It is very important to maintain a certain structure to each class, but more experienced teachers understand that flexibility is also very useful for helping the lesson to flow smoothly. If the students seem to be enjoying a certain activity and are learning from it, then the teacher may choose to postpone the next activity to allow them to spend more time with the current one. To keep an up-to-date lesson plan that includes such changes, as well as the other important information noted, will help the teacher to stay on track during any unexpected changes to the plan or if a substitute teacher needs to understand what the students are expected to learn. This unit has provided a great lesson plan sheet to use as an example or to print out for daily use.