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I have learned about the four basic skills in any language: The two Receptive skills (Reading and Listening) and the two Productive skills (Speaking and Writing), and the reasons and motives for the former basic skills (which this unit focused upon: for a Purpose or for Entertainment). I learned about how we read and listen using Predictive Skills, Scanning, Deduction, Skimming, and reading for Detailed information. I learned about the problems with the receptive skills, such as word and sentence length and unknown words, and how reading is easier than listening because these unknowns are captured on paper and may be read many times. I learned that teaching students how to read texts without understanding every word is important and to only pre-teach words essential to the students understanding and to leave other vocabularies until later. I learned the difference between authentic and non-authentic texts and how authentic texts must be carefully selected so as to focus on what the students know, rather than don't know. I learned how to create interest in topics so the students would not get bored and would stay engaged with the texts/dialogues, and that it is important to know students well to create/find engaging texts/dialogues. Using a wide selection of topics over time will ensure most students engage with texts/dialogues, as will not only choosing topics that interest you. Engage students by showing pictures, discussing texts, and predicting what the text will be about, plus other engage activities. I think I may try Jigsaw Reading and Jumbled Texts.