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In this unit we learned about the different criteria one needs to know when selecting vocabulary words and these include appropriacy to the student or the task, frequency and coverage, teachability. We also learned about what a student really needs to know about a vocabulary item and it is mainly what it means, how or when it is appropriate to use, word grammar where it belongs, how it interacts and affects other words, spelling and how it is written and its pronunciation or how it is spoken. For example, the word "thank you" it means to appreciate, we use it when someone does something nice for us. We can show maybe a puppet giving me a flower and I am saying the word "thank you" to it. In this way the student can see how this word is said and interacted with. Then we can write the word on the board or show a type of letter that ends with a "thank you" word. Lastly, we can reiterate the word and have each student thank the other or the teacher to drill how it is spoken. We can also end with a role play of students thanking each other for something. We also studied in this unit about what students need to know about grammatical structures and how it is used, what the grammatical form is and how it is written or said. This we can follow the ESA pattern to present it in which we can use pictures or drawing to show or act out the language. Then look at the context based on our syllabus. For example, I had a lesson where Timmy is learned to say "Hello, how are you Mr. Adams? I am your new neighbour." And Mr. Adams says, "I am fine. Thank you!" ? To learn these sentences, we first showed the student pictures of Timmy waving, "Hi" to Mr. Adams. Then I did the same gesture with my puppet. I said hello to Mr. Froggy my puppet for the engage part. Then we moved on in the lesson to the study part where we see the dialogues and read them part by part. We did gap fills and filled in the missing words in the dialogues. Lastly for the Activate phase we did a role play where I played Mr. Adams and she played Timmy and then we switched.