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The ESA method. I find it extremely useful and it makes sense to me. I have been teaching english for two years now. But since I have started the course I have started implementing the ESA method when I structure the lesson. I now make sure that each lesson starts with the engagement phase and that there's a separation between the study and the activity phases. I do my best that every lesson will have an activity phase in which students speak and use the language taught in the study phase. And although these are three separate phases I try to make sure the lesson is smooth and that there are no stops. I don't always use the form, I would usually write myself some notes in my notebook. However, a few months back I had to replaced by another teacher in a course that I was giving. I left her the lesson plans using the 'form'. And it was extremely useful. Looking back on this course (pre intermediate), now that it is over. I might just write down all the lessons plans. I file all the materials for each lesson in the same plastic bag and all lessons are stored in a binder. So adding the lesson plan as the front page of each such bag could become really handy for future courses. The video