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This unit focused on two different techniques of teaching as well as the attitude that the teacher brings in the class. Several differences could be noted, namely: First, in the first video, the teacher shows little regard to getting to know the students, demonstrated by him not knowing the name of 1 student because his/her name was not posted on the front of the seat. On the second video, the teacher first introduced himself and asked each student their names, and even said their name out loud to make sure he pronounced them correctly. Secondly, the teacher in the first video constantly showed disapproval when the students made mistakes, and when he corrected their pronunciation, he just raised his hands without much modeling or checking for correct pronunciation. On the other hand, the teacher in the second video took the mistakes and used them to connect the other point of the lesson. Even when students had different answers, he said the answer was good showing his appreciation for the students efforts. Thirdly, the teacher in the first video did not seem prepared or have a plan on how to show the students the point of his class. He was not able to effectively elicit the expected responses because he started with an unknown concept, and confused them even more by asking more questions that were equally confusing. The second video shows the teacher effectively eliciting the expected answer by introducing ideas that were familiar and connecting them to the lesson. His lessons were planned out and designed to make the students interact with each other as much as possible. Finally, the teacher in the first video did not end the class well. He just abruptly left without even recapping or making sure that the students understood the lesson. The teacher in the second video made the students state what they had done and made sure that they understood the point of the lesson.