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In this unit I learned about a variety of different methods, theories, and techniques used to teach. Some are more effective than others but all of them have their own pros and cons. Methods can range from very strict to very loose and can have a variety of desired outcomes. I learned that the most effective and logical method is the "Engage, Study, Activate" method. This is a very flexible method that has basic structure that always starts with "Engage" and ends with "Activate". This method can be modified in many different ways to suit a variety of classes. Some of the more common varieties are the "Boomerang" and "Patchwork" ESA lessons which allow for greater possibilities and insights to the needs of the students. The "Engage" part is meant to gain as much student involvement as possible. Following this, the "Study" portion is aimed at extracting as much information as possible and then reviewing the information to check for understanding via worksheets or other exercises. Lastly, the "Activate" stage is where the students apply what they have learned and focuses more on the use of the language rather than accuracy. I have also learned that giving feedback is important and should be implemented to help the students evaluate their own success. Lastly I have learned that correcting is a technique that requires practice. We can use a few different methods such as student to student correction or self correction to offer an experience for the student to learn without the teacher's involvement however it is important that the student does not feel uncomfortable or embarrassed in any case. We can also use a code based system which is less threatening. This uses different symbols or letters to represent a specific error which allows the students to correct the work themselves. I like this method of correction the best because it is subtle and engaging.