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Large Classes Teaching a large class can be very difficult. In a large classroom the teacher must create a lesson plan that tries to cater to the vast majority of his students. A good way of achieving this objective is to incorporate many different types of activities and teaching techniques. Using the same activites and same teaching techniques will fail the meet the needs of everyone. In my large class of 75, I have used a different method of instruction in every class. Although in a particular class some students may feel unengaged and bored, the use of eclectic teaching methods over the entire course of the class will make sure that every student is learning. In a large classroom, one on one time with the student is limited. A good way to ensure face time with your students during classtime to practice language is to make sure the classroom small. A good way of doing this is to divide the class into small groups and have the students work together. The teacher should not always lecture to the class. In small group sessions, the teacher can wander from group to group and teach the students in a smaller setting. This can be benificial in many ways. The students are more willing to ask questions in small groups than in large groups because they may be shy. The students