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This last unit addresses issues teachers may face in the classroom. Use of native language can be avoided by you not responding to it, I never thought of this, but it makes a lot of sense that students would want to talk to you in their native language if they know you'd be able to understand just as well. Reluctant students seem like a frustrating thing to deal with but it seems the teacher just needs to be sensitive and patient, and use plenty of controlled practice with them so that they have a chance to get a grip on sharing something safe before they have to share their own ideas. Whether its the size or level of the class, as long as the teacher faces these issues intentionally, they won't become huge problems. And obviously the first class is about establishing a relationship with the class, not grammar!