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This unit has done a good job of covering some aspects of managing a classroom. The behavior of the teacher, the arrangement of the room and the grouping of the students are some of the topics that have been addressed. The voice, eyes, and gestures of the teacher are essential in controlling the class, setting the tone or the pace of the lesson, and in encouraging and correcting the students. There are right and wrong things that the teacher can do, such as gesture to a student who made a mistake by pointing a finger at them. When it comes to arranging the classroom atmosphere or arranging the students into groups, there is no right or wrong way to do it, but some arrangements may be better suited to certain activities or phases of the lesson. There are also many good ways in which the teacher can work to prevent unruly behavior in the classroom, but there are some behaviors that will be out of the teacher's control. When unruly behaviors arise, the teacher can address it by acting immediately, remaining calm, and to focus on the negative behavior and not the student. If a teacher were to follow the guidelines for managing classes that were addressed in this unit, they should have a very enjoyable teaching experience.