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I found the ESA lesson model from Unit 3 to be quite similar to but a paired down version of the 7E Instructional Model which I have used for many years. The 7E model is a constructivist approach to teaching that makes for a very powerful tool. The approach allows learners to construct their own learning. They construct learning that is meaningful for their lives. The seven stages of the model are: Elicit, Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate and Extend. The Elicit stage involves drawing out students’ prior knowledge. The Engage stage involves assessing the level of interest students have in the subject or topic. This is the teacher's opportunity to spark curiosity and captivate the attention of the students. These two stages align closely to the Engage portion of the ESA model. The Explore stage promotes a very student centered, constructivist approach. Students should be given opportunities to work together through group work or pair work. At the next stage, Explain, the teacher takes a more direct role by providing input to formalize the concept or learning. I believe these two 7E stages represent the Study stage of the ESA model. In the Elaborate stage students should have obtained a meaningful understanding from their learning and in order to demonstrate this they should be able to develop and apply their learning. Next, self-reflection is a significant part of Evaluation. Students should be able to self-evaluate their own learning. Finally, the Extend stage encourages students to apply or extend the concept in a new situation. Students make connections not just in the subject/ideas studied but also beyond it. These three stages encompass the Activate stage of the ESA model.