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This unit was about teaching receptive skills, which are Reading and listening. Both are important, but when reading you have more time to understand to think about the text and even if you don't understand everything you can maybe guess because of the rest of the content in the paragraph. When listening you normally only hear the information once, so you need to understand more immediately because you don't have that much time to think about it. It still get confused while trying to plan a lesson; how do you identify the language point of the lesson? is it making comparisons? or what people wear? Is it being able to use comparisons regarding what people wear? I still need more practice identifying the language points with the learning objectives, and differentiating between Engage-Study, because some Engage points seem more like Study Points (like reading the article, for example).