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An important aspect of managing a classroom is for the teacher to present themselves in an effective manner, considering tone, body language, and eye contact. Along with the teacher's physical presentation, comes how the students are arranged. Some lessons are best learned in groups or pairs where students talk among themselves as the teacher observes, while some call for more teacher talk time (TTT). Groups and pairs allow for the teacher to observe how students work, and provide an opportunity to pair students who are falling behind with students who are grasping concepts better. The consideration of seating arrangements is also important, as some cater to classroom discussions or games (like the horseshoe arrangement or rows of tables) while others are better for smaller groups or individual work. With all of this in mind, it is important to know when to implement TTT and how much of it is necessary for the classroom, and how much it is necessary for students to work and communicate among themselves. In this unit I learned how to not only communicate effectively with students, but I also learned how to foster different environments that cater to different methods of learning.