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Classes of mixed abilityTeaching ESL can be challenging, especially teaching a multi-level class with 35 students as I do. Unfortunately there is no entrance exam for the students to take so that they can be on the same par with their peers. It is a public school where there is a variety of levels and ability. Some students are extremely behind, not being able to read. Some students can read but not speak. Some students can speak but cannot write or read. Some students go to private English academies and their English is well above their peers. And last, some students are eager to learn, while others are dreaming about being in the playground. So the question becomes, how can I as a teacher engage, involve, and get through to as many students as I can. How can I take 22 different classes, different grades, mixed ability, and have them learn; want to come to English class; and be engaged. As was written in unit 20, it suggests splitting the case into higher level and lower level and giving the appropriate materials to each group, or giving the same material but different tasks. While I agree, and would like to implement this, it's not feasible. The curriculum is set, and we have to strictly abide by it. And really, there is no high or low level. A typical student I teach to be considered