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The success of the teaching and learning process rests on how the teacher employs methods, strategies, or techniques in teaching. The most common methodologies used in teaching English are discussed in this unit which includes grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, suggestopedia, TPR, the silent way and ESA, which combines the essential elements of the other methods. My biggest challenge whenever I plan a lesson is in choosing the best approach to use so that all my students, regardless of their learning styles, motivation, or level of proficiency, will understand and apply the topics. That is why I employ an eclectic approach in teaching because it allows me to teach my students more effectively. They can benefit more when being exposed to several methods instead of just a few. It was good to be introduced to the ESA method in teaching English. It is a straightforward approach that can provide me with great flexibility in my classes. Sometimes my students have favorite activities which I try to repeat, per request, throughout the course but I try to modify the activities to prevent predictability, so they will not get uninterested doing the same activity over and over. The wide range of activities presented under the ESA approach were helpful and gave me ideas to use in my future classes. It is important to note that correcting students and giving feedback contributes to the success of a lesson. By doing so, I help them improve on their language and skills and motivate them further. Here, I learned the distinction between a mistake and error and the occasions when correction is relevant. I greatly appreciate the lesson planning notes on the last part of the unit. I'll surely incorporate these ideas in my future lessons.