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Within this unit I've been given insight into how many beginner types there are. Whenever I thought 'beginner', I always pictured a 5-year old. Not only are there those young beginners (ages 2-16), there are adult beginners (17+), absolute beginners (no experience whatsoever), false beginners (some knowledge but often faulty), and beginners without the Roman alphabet (Arabic, for instance). Some beginners can actually be in multiple categories, each having their own needs and specifications. Such as an adult absolute beginner, which would have the same focuses as those of young beginners--reading and writing--but with much less smilie-face stickers and bigger chairs. Another intriguing part for me is the Discipline for young learners as well as the considerations for business learners. The link between them being understanding and accommodating. There are factors outside your control (parent issues with kids, or over-working with adults) that you have to work around. A teacher can't behave too harshly, and must approach difficult scenarios with empathy and patience. An influential point I drew from this lesson is student-awareness--aware of outside factors, of stressors, of complications and the ability to work around problems with clever solutions.