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The teacher behavior in the two videos is quite different--and the effects are clear. In the first video, the teacher arrives after the students are already in the classroom; mumbles throughout; is unfriendly (especially at the beginning of the lesson and when students arrive late), often negative, dismissive or sarcastic; doesn't appear to care a lot about the activities or the students' answers; does not use the board very effectively; explains poorly; does not do a 3x3 drill; does not call students by name (and one time admits he doesn't know a student's name); often confuses the students, especially in the Activate game; and ends the lesson abruptly. In the second video, the teacher demonstrates a much pore positive attitude, from the moment he arrives. He uses the board effectively, adding pieces of language point step-by-step and writing neatly; he is friendly with the students, using humor often and showing an acceptance of incorrect answers; he calls students by name; he utilizes the 3x3 recitation tactic at least twice; his gestures are more appropriate; he is more accepting when a student arrives late; he is positive in his reinforcement of students' answers; he does a very good job of initiating and guiding the Bingo game; and he ends the lesson positively. Quite clearly, he is better organized throughout the lesson in the second video. Consequently, the lesson flowed smoothly and the students were responsive.