Engage-study-activate

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Engage-study-activate (/engeɪʤ stʌdi(j)æktɪveɪt:/, ESA /(i:(j)eseɪ/) is a lesson planning paradigm proposed by Jeremy Harmer in How to Teach English.

There are three steps. In the first, the students are engaged by the subject. In the second, they study it. In the third they use it.[1]

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