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In this lesson I learned some strategies to use when lessons don't necessarily go as planned. In first lessons, it is important to plan activities for students to establish rapport amongst each other (especially if they don't know each other already) and with the teacher. It is also important for the teacher to try and get a gauge of the level of each student and find out what the needs and aspirations are of the students in regards to learning English. Surveys and needs analyses can help the teacher with planning future lessons. Warmers are fun, short communicative activities like Hangman, tongue twisters and memory games that are designed to get students motivated and using English. A major problem that teachers many face is teaching classes of students with varying language levels. To help with this, good strategies include varying materials to study, giving different students different tasks appropriate to their level and pairing stronger students with weaker ones. Another tough environment for teachers is with large classes. However, using worksheets, pair/group work, making group leaders and planning for large groups can help make it easier. In ensuring that students are using as much English as possible in the classroom, you should make sure that activities are appropriate for students levels, explanations are always clear, only use English as the teacher, and always encourage them to speak in English. In teaching reluctant students, using pair work, controlled practice, role play and recording activities can help them get motivated.