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Unit 3 on Course Development contained a lot of useful information. To begin, the unit looks at how to approach first meetings with a new group of students. I have experience giving level tests to new students and agree that it is an important first step. This also determines which materials will be used for the course. Second, I learned about various aspects of a needs analysis and the important role they play. Now, I have a good understanding of the types of questions I should be asking students in order to understand their needs. This leads into the next part of the unit, which is about developing an effective syllabus. I've always used some kind of syllabus in my classes and have even developed my own in some cases but I've never done so with a business English course. I thought the examples given in the text were very clear and insightful. My own syllabus would likely be situational as I strongly prefer this style to a structural one. After studying this unit, I feel much more confident in my ability to create a syllabus for my business English students. Though I was already familiar with the content of the next part of the unit, on the different tests used to monitor students' progress, I found the material to be a great review and a good reminder of the importance of taking this step. I admit that I haven't devoted enough time to assessment tests in my courses. Part of learning is becoming aware of the areas where we could improve and I'm committed to using the various tests more often to check the efficiency of my lessons. I also plan to do more research in this area. This includes course evaluations, the topic of the last section of the unit. I've administered surveys before, but not with my private students. Now I realize I have been missing out on valuable feedback that could help me improve my teaching. In conclusion, this unit contained a lot of information on course development that I found both insightful and motivating. I'm glad each step of such an integral process were covered in depth, using helpful examples. The task sheet further prepared me to develop my own courses in the near future. I continue to be impressed with the quality material of this course.