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Watching and comparing the videos in this lesson was truly interesting. From the first lesson I think the theme of confusion is evident from the beginning to the end of this lesson. The second lesson, however, allows one to understand that the first lesson was not beyond the language level of the students, neither was the content of the lesson too much, as I initially thought. The teacher was very unprepared, disorganized, rushing and confusing. There were other negatives such as diving the class into winners and looser, a lot of pejorative comments and the unnerving screeching of the markers were sufficient to "tank" any lesson. Hence the lack of participation and confusion exhibited by the students. The challenging part of the second lesson for me was to divide the lesson activities into the ESA methods and techniques. I struggled with determining if there were two Engage activities in the lesson. At 35 minutes into the lesson, it was hard to determine if it was a monitoring activity or an elicitation technique--I presume that the fact that the fill-in activity required names instead of language or grammar points that it was not an elicitation activity but then the teacher was not only monitoring but participating. Also, I struggled with the two worksheet activities where the first seems to be a study activity though it required communication by the two or three partners versus the second that still required "group chat" but it was not confined to a partner. Both, I think, could have been Activate activities. I still have some contusion regarding the differentiation of these activities.