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Some of the points I observed were: a teacher talking too much stifles student interaction. Talking too loud and too fast is off putting to students. A smile can greatly improve the students receptiveness. Start with what the students already know (eg animals) then introduce the unknown (eg modal verb). Using student's names creates a better environment for learning. The DEGO method for study worksheet activities is effective. Working in pairs generates much more student participation and language. Allow the students to complete the worksheets without constant teacher talk to interrupt their concentration. Accepting mistakes as important answers (real animals instead of imaginary) dispels the fear of failure in student responses.