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    • How should teachers talk to students?
    • Like parents when they talk to young children.
    • Be aware of non verbal language
    • . Instructions must be clear, logical and as simple as possible.
    • Teacher ‘s talk has to do with quality vs quantity
    • The best lessons are flexible and break rules.
    • How to be a good learner?
    • Difficult to describe since students belong to a background, they have different motivations and skills, different methods are successful for different kinds of learners, learners have different types of personalities.
    • Students responsability for learning depends on the access they have in their institutios. (Self access centers)
    • A good student is risky, has willingness to listen, to experiment, to ask questions, to think about the way he learns, willignes to accept correction.
    • Different levels depend on the institutions goals, teacher’s objectives and language policies.
    • Physical presence deals with proximity, appropiacy, movement, contact,
    • Teacher’s voice is power (audibility, variety of quality voice, conservation)
    • Stages in a lesson must be clearly defined.
    • Sitting arrangement depends on teaching purposes, group disposition to work
    • Following an evaluation after our class is finished leads to improvement in classroom practices.