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This unit covered about teaching special groups and there are five different types of classes: teaching beginners, teaching children, teaching individual student,teaching business and monolingual and multilingual. First, in teaching beginners, there are five subcategories: the absolute beginners, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner and the beginner without Roman alphabet. The young beginner tends to pick the language up easily but lack of motivation whereas the adult beginner is highly motivated and make their own choice to learn the language. Second, in teaching children, the teacher’s role is really important in the classroom because the children always look to the teacher’s guidance, therefore, the teacher needs to make the activities fun and interested. Third, in teaching individual student, the activities here are most likely one to one between student and teacher and most of the students are highly motivated to learn the language for their own benefits. And last but not least in teaching business, the teacher does not need to have the background in business and the ages of the students vary from 25 to 50. Most of the students here have zero or little of English and the language level of them are not the same. Lastly, monolingual and multilingual are of the five classes, the differences between these two are the advantages of multilingual are the students speak only English in the classroom whereas in the monolingual, students from the same country who have the same kind of difficulties in English. Therefore, the teacher can easy identify a certain topics that would be of interest to the group.