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This has been a more substantial unit than the previous, at least in terms of pertinent information to a native English speaker. I appreciated the rundown of general strategies in teaching language. I had never heard of The Silent Way or Suggestopaedia before, and I'm interested in learning more information about these techniques, regardless if they're effective or not. One point of concern I have regarding this unit is the mention that the study phase is often done with worksheets. Is that really a best practice in terms of teaching the language? In fact, is directly teaching the language the most effective way to learn the language? This comes down to the debate of the comprehension hypothesis vs the skills building hypothesis, where this course seems to side with the latter. However, it's been my understanding that the former is generally produces better results. Related to that, I'm curious if we'll be looking into the SIOP model at all.