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Unit 19 covered teaching special groups. This unit did a good job at explaining the different types of groups one may encounter while being an English teacher and outlined the differences between them all. It offered up several examples of 'beginner' groups and how they vary from one another. After explaining the differences the unit provided several tips and techniques for teaching these groups and also mentioned some problem areas to watch out for and how to deal with them. The unit also covered teaching one on one sessions and provided suggestions for making those lessons both informative and interesting. Finally, the unit discussed business English and English being taught for specific purposes. It stressed the importance of knowing the students or clients needs and providing an analysis to properly cover those needs. My biggest takeaway from this unit was learning to really be able to identify with the specific group you are teaching in order to not only keep the lesson interesting and relevant, but to also be able to cover needs and expectations of the group.