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This unit describes some of the most common pitfalls one may encounter while teaching a class, and how to best handle these challenges. The first class is very important in that it is the first impression, and may may set the tone for the rest of the course. It's essential to establish a good rapport with students, but also to learn about them and for them to have a good sense of the the teacher's ideology for the course. This unit explains that many ESL teachers will at some point encounter a class of 30- 100 students; I hadn't imagined that possibility. In this scenario making use of pair and group work, so that everyone can participate is very important. It's also important to make sure no one is left behind in a classroom with students of vastly different abilities, or one where some students are reluctant to participate. I liked the suggestions for making sure coursework can be taught at each level, bringing students together for pair work while also offering different leveled work to individuals. I am excited to get started.