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This unit contained two videos that covered the same teacher teaching modal auxiliary verbs to the same class in two different teaching methods. The first lesson was an example of terrible teaching, where the teacher was not knowledgeable about the field of study, as he would often make mistakes while teaching; the teacher also did not introduce himself or the subject of the lesson and simply started in a manner that greatly confused his students. More importantly, the teacher's negative attitude and unnecessary reprimand towards his students, as exemplified by his near disgust towards the students who arrived late to class and his leaving of the classroom without any conclusion to the lesson, was very discouraging to watch. On the other hand, the second lesson showed a better example of how a lesson could be taught. The teacher introduced himself at the beginning, asked each of his students their names and greeted them, and took the necessary steps to successfully guide his students to eliciting and drilling the content of the lesson by adapting to their language level and responses. Not only that, in the second lesson the teacher used the board more effectively to write a summary of the language content as a resource that students can refer to once they leave the classroom. What was especially noticeable was that the teacher would laugh and encourage students to communicate with one another in the second lesson, which clearly showed the difference that attitude, such as a simple "thank you" at the end of the class, along with technique and delivery, can greatly affect students' learning.