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In this section I learned about reluctant students and how pair work, guided practice, role plays and time to practice can be helpful for them. Also for first days - about how establishing rapport and a safe environment is important, and games for this such as passing the ball or them interviewing each other, where the needs analysis can also be subsumed into this. And doing warmers like hangman or pictionary or memory game can be helpful too, not just on first day, but to get the affect positive, to get ready for learning. Also about how it is important to use pre-teaching for listening tasks, and to find a speed which suits the majority. and to use groups and group leaders in large classes for example, and make use of various interests and opinions. So basically, not using the class book on first day, instead getting to know students, students can know each other, and having fun, doing needs analysis and some whole group activities or games.