I presented the UO twice. The first time, my recording stopped in the middle of the lesson! I of course, did not know that until I went to upload the lesson! So, I had the opportunity to present it again. That, in itself, was a positive. I know that, although I am certainly NOT fluent in this routine, the more you do it, the better you will be, is most likely true! This routine is a little more challenging because the numbered boxes are not all in order. I have to remember to go up to box #4...the Bigger Picture...to make that connection. I feel that I made the connections and asked the participants to engage during the completion of the document. The most challenging area to me is the Unit Relationships/Self Help Questions. It might be helpful to have a list available of the various ways to look at the Unit Relationships so that participants have some examples and something to hook it to. I am sure, that when using this on a regular basis in a class, the students would then become familiar with the types of relationships and then be better able to generate the Unit Self-test questions Overall, the participants in both groups like the UO and could see the benefits to this tool.