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My favourite part of this was obviously the part on 'teaching vocabulary'. One of the things I did not like, was the example as well as the last 3 questions on how lesson can be structured, as these may be direct questions, but are extremely tricky. For example, Q-14 asked, what a possible Patchwork ESA structure could look like? After reviewing Patchwork structures, it could be any answer, from one to three, as they all start/end with an 'engage/activate' phase. Furthermore, this current Unit tells me on page 3, that was I am reading about 'Typical ESA Vocabulary Lesson' is not the right approach and that's it's just one way. I'm not sure if I have completetly missunderstood something here, but this sort of contradicts itself a bit in my opinion.