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Having finished the entire course I would like to make some assessment of sorts. 1. ESA methodology. Embodied in lesson plans, the ESA methodology keeps the teacher in control of the flow of discussion, activity, order in the class, etc. I like this unit because the ESA is like a blueprint that facilitates a teacher’s pedagogy, not to mention simplifies the preparation and execution of lesson plans. 2. Classroom discipline. Looking back, I realized some mistakes I made in handling my ESL students. At some point, I became very lenient and inconsistent with my own rules. From this unit I learned that it is better to start off stern and firm then gradually become lenient than it is to regain control when it is already lost. 3. Leveling of students. Quite important for a teacher is to assess the language ability of the students before the start of formal instruction. We cannot undermine the importance of properly categorizing learners according to their linguistic level and matching it with the right method of teaching. 4. The grammar basics. To become an effective communicator, one should consider accuracy as important as fluency. On this note, EFL learners need to be thoroughly grounded on the rudiments