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This was a really interesting unit. From watching both class recordings, the impact of the teacher's actions and attitude were very clear and obvious. In the first class, the teacher was abrupt, harsh and unwilling to explain points clearly. He also had his back to students regularly and made little effort to recall the student's names. In comparison, the second class was almost totally opposite. The teacher was friendly, informative and much more engaging. I also noticed how much more organised the second class was. This teacher had clearly planned and prepared yet seemed also open to flexibility within this structure. He asked lead-on questions, remembered and used the students names consistently and answered or explained points well. I also noticed how he put the students in to pairs. From this comparative, you can see that the students also behaved differently too. I felt in the first lesson, the students were confused, pressured, possibly embarrassed and probably a bit bored. Whereas in the second lesson, students seemed to be relaxed, comfortable, interested and motivated. This was a good exercise to show exactly how important a teacher's planning and general mannerisms are from the moment we step in the door to the moment we step out.