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This unite talk about eye contact and gesture. To not eyeball students but still keep eye contact that you see them. Also it mentions the gestures, its easy to forget and point at students, but thats not very polite. So it mention putting the hole hand out in order to show how is to answer as well as using their name. It also mention the way of grouping the students. I haven't really thought about it, but thinking back at school we where usually in separate tables do to lot of talking between the students, and when we had final day before holiday break we would be in a horseshoe. Writing on the board is also something most teacher uses. It easy to forget not to talk during this time, rather turn the head around and make a short break of the writing. When it comes to discipline, I enjoyed this unite. Due to have some years in kindergarten I could relate to the things it said. Now kindergarten is no school, and it doesn't require as much sitting still as school does, but the rules still implies. I think here, its so important to just give lots of love to the kids and teenager. When ever I had a kid that wanted out and not pay attention to his/hers task, I always tried to reason with them. But also to let them have those 5 minutes with goofing of time as I would call it. And then firmly ask again to pay attention and do as asked. I realised that I also need to get to know the names of my students rather quick so they all feel included.