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E.W. - Poland said:
This unit discussed the difference between 3 different aspects of teaching English; Vocabulary, Grammar, and language. It also discusses the basic lesson plan format for each one increasing in complexity, respectively. Vocabulary being a straight ESA structure to language being a longer, more complex patchwork structure of my choosing. When teaching each each of these aspects, you need to make sure that you explain clearly both the written usage as well as the spoken. The things that I took away the most from this lesson were certain added activities from the example lesson plans. One in particular being the having the students go around the class inviting each other to participate in their favorite activities/hobbies and having them deal with overcoming rejection. Sometimes when people speak English as a second language, they often have a difficult time doing both the rejecting as well as overcoming rejections. I think that I was also helped by the list of what we need to teach the students for each vocabulary word. I often just teach most of what is in the list, but knowing that I should teach everything, the meaning, use, where it fits in the sentence, the part of speech, it's spelling, and the pronunciation can help me to be a more consistent teacher in this regard.