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Unit 9 covered the benefits and a few potential drawbacks to lesson planning. My preference would always be to have a plan. I learned from this unit as much as I learned from first-hand experience that a lesson plan ensures a smooth and productive flow of learning, builds a positive rapport between teacher and students, and contributes to successful language acquisition. I have had language teachers who approached class time with a high degree of spontaneity and minimal planning, and those classes were never as productive as those with a structured, flexible plan. Planning a sequence of lessons that complement and build on previous lessons, despite the inevitable need for revision, makes sense. Carefully planned sequences have the potential to reinforce language skills simply by incorporating concepts or vocabulary from one lesson to the next.