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In order to teach the students effectively and for students to learn effectively it is important for the teacher to be able to manage the class well. The teacher needs to inspire confidence in the students and must know when to be aggressive and when to make the students feel comfortable in the classroom by leaving them alone. Good teachers need to be flexible and should know when to change his/her role according to the situation or activity without being too aggressive and dominant. Teachers should prevent students from feeling confused and uncertain. In order to successfully manage the classroom the teacher needs to effectively use his/her physical presence and voice. First of all, good eye contact in the classroom is crucial to developing a good rapport with the students. A teacher who avoids eye contact with the students will seem to lack confidence and therefore would have problems with discipline. On the other hand, staring at students will make them feel pressured and uncomfortable. Eye contact should be used in the following ways: to show students that they are involved in the lesson, to encourage contributions, to indicate who is to speak, to signal students to start, stop, or get a move on, to indicate that something is correct or incorrect,