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This unit is great for those new to teaching or who have not had much or any classroom experience because it gives a great overview of how to plan your lessons and prepare for teaching in various situations. The background of different language teaching methods is a good foundation for understanding where the ITTT course ESA method derives from and why it is an effective method for teaching at all levels. ESA stands for Engage, Study, Activate and there are different goals and strategies to be utilized at each stage. The engage phase is exactly what it sounds like where the primary goal is to engage the students and capture their attention, making them excited and prepared for the lesson ahead. This is the phase where everyone should be participating, speaking english and hopefully having fun. This portion of the lesson does not necessarily need to connect to the lesson for the day, but it's always best if it can as that can help provide an introduction to the day's lesson. The study phase of the lesson involves the actual 'lesson' for the day, the new information or practice that is being taught that day. This is the phase where it is ok to make more corrections and give the students new information, but it's important to keep encouraging the students, and if this can be fun as well, then that will only help to continue to engage the students. The activate phase is where students are encouraged to communicate as much as they can using previous and new vocabulary and language skills in whatever way they can. Correction should be minimal here as you don't want to discourage students from speaking and trying to speak more fluently, if not more accurately. As each lesson should begin with an engage and end with an activate, this offers an opportunity, especially in the final activate phase, to build a culminating lesson with a larger overall lesson product at the end. Through utilization of the ESA version of lesson execution, a teacher can be either very straight-forward and linear with their lessons, when the lesson itself is straightforward (which is often the case for lower level language learners) or the teacher can be any level of flexible and creative in their lesson plans for more complex or higher level concepts (especially for high level language learners).