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This unit deals with the different teaching methotologies .It starts by listing and giving a brief definition of those main methodologies which are : Grammar translation,suggestopedia,the silent way , the communicative language teaching,community language learning,Task-based teaching,Audio-lingualism,Presentation Practice and production,lexical approach and the ESA methodology.Then the unit focuses on the engage study and activate methodology which it claims to be the most appropriate method for trainee and new teachers.the engage study and activate methodology has three stages which are: the engage stage , is used warmer to arouse the students interest and get them involve in the lesson.the study stage is where the teacher deals with the language point to be studied. and finaly the activate stage which is where the students given the opportunity to practice the language point that they have just studied in the study stage.An ESA methodology based lesson can be delivered in three different pattern which are the straight arrow pattern the boomerang pattern and the patchwork pattern. I learned from this lesson how important it is to be flexible and diverse in the way I design my ESA lesson. this will avoid repetitive teaching pattern that may cause student to lose interest or simply get bored.I also learned that it is important and mistake from and error, and to know when where and how to correct them.also to always use positive statements when correcting students mistakes or errors.