A thematic unit can be defined as a collection of lessons centered around a specific theme (e.g., going to the doctor, ordering food, giving driving/baking directions, describing family/hobbies/job, calling on the phone, etc.). Your goal for the assignment is to create 3 days’ worth of lessons for a class that meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 60 minutes per class. It will be up to you to decide what age and level the students are and how many students are in each class. Try to address multiple skill areas (reading, listening, speaking, writing, grammar, and vocabulary) and to include course concepts related to these skills (e.g., if your students will read a text, you should include some chapter 7 concepts such as skimming/scanning and the inclusion of before, while, and after-reading tasks). To complete the thematic unit, use or recreate the Thematic Unit Lesson Plan Template and attach all materials (worksheets, visual aids, etc.). For the week overview: Choose one main theme and briefly explain how all three lessons for the week are connected to this theme. Indicate your learning goals for the students to achieve by the end of the week. Indicate the age, level, and number of students in the class. Include a brief overview of what the previous and next week′s lesson was/would have been. For each lesson: Include any assumptions and anticipated problems. Include all materials and visual aids you will use. Indicate the aims/learning objectives. Indicate rough timing of the lessons. Remember, each class period is one hour. Indicate each stage and the role of the teacher at each stage of the plan. Include different types of grouping and activities in your lesson and apply different methods and techniques.