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This unit gave a lot of information on three separate points of grammar. It first discussed modal auxiliary verbs and provided ideas on how to teach these and have students practice them. Then it explained the difference between passive and active voice. Lastly the unit gave information about phrasal verbs. I would have preferred this unit to be split up into separate grammar units. That way you could have gone into depth a little bit more on each topic. I would have found this more interesting than spending an entire unit on discussing materials one might use in a classroom (unit 17). The same point could have been made in far fewer words, which would have left more time to discuss more substantive topics like the grammar covered in this unit (which now felt a bit crammed in).