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One factor that has been on my mind since the early units of this course is how to explain a topic, or a task, in the clearest way possible to somebody who is going to have difficulty understanding what I am saying, or have no understanding whatsoever. Concern over this is very necessary I feel, for somebody who does not imagine these situations is going to be left completely bemused and lost for words in the real situation of teaching beginners. My conclusion for this problem is that when students understand a small amount of vocabulary, which can be achieved through visual aids, this can then be used to develop further understanding of other words. For example, if I needed to teach students the meaning of the verb ‘go’ I could use visual aids to show places such as shops, schools, hospitals, followed by a sentence involving each. Other necessities I have come to believe vital in being successful at teaching english, include the tone and atmosphere created by the teacher in the classroom. Particularly with students who cannot understand much english, body language and relaxed expression are essential to make them relax and motivated by the lessons.