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    Lightbulb The difference between a "unit" and a "lesson"?

    Dear all,
    I am teaching an online class, so i must compile the materials by myself. But i can not make up my mind whether i should use "unit" or "lesson" to introduce my teaching content . Can you tell me the difference between them?
    Thanks in advance!
    Oriole.

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    Re: The difference between a "unit" and a "lesson"?

    Welcome, PrettyOriole.

    A unit, depending on its length and topic, could take one lesson (i.e., one class lecture) to finish, or several lessons, or more. A unit is like a chapter of a book. It houses a specific topic.

    Does that help?

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