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These two ESA demonstration lessons gave me the opportunity to see the difference between effective and ineffective teaching. Now I want to briefly state what negative aspects in the lesson 1 and positive aspects in the lesson 2 I have noticed. Lesson 1: - The Engage phase was missing, so students were not warmed up and involved in the class. - The teacher used too complex language that made students feel confused. - The teacher didn't know the names of the students, so he didn't manage to build better rapport with them. - The teacher didn't make further attempts to understand Ss questions or answer them. - The teacher looked unenthusiastic and disinterested. - He didn't try to interpret his questions or use gestures to make them more understandable. - While giving the feedback to Ss the teacher didn't give explanation about why the answer is incorrect. - He didn't give Ss instructions on how to complete worksheets. - He didn't use any pictures or aids to help students understand the vocabulary. - He didn't praise Ss for correct answers, but for incorrect ones he always answered with "no" which discouraged Ss to participate as they had a fear of answering wrong. - He always corrected Ss never giving them an opportunity to correct the mistakes by themselves. Lesson 2: - The teacher started with introducing himself and asking Ss' names to build better rapport with them. - The teacher used the simple language accompanied with gestures that was pretty understandable for Ss. - There was an Engage phase, so Ss were involved and interested. - The teacher gave clear instructions and praised Ss for correct answers. - When Ss made a mistake the teacher prompted them. - His general teaching style was friendly and he looked very enthusiastic about his class (miming animals moves), he smiled and his voice was more liven. Therefore, I can conclude that teacher's attitude, manner and teaching style has a great impact on the effectiveness of the lesson.