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Establishing RapportEstablishing rapport with students at the beginning of school, meaning from the first day does not have to be a difficult experience, even for a new, inexperienced teacher. There are simple things that the teacher can do to construct a positive atmosphere from the beginning. One of these steps is to simply stand at the door as the students enter and greet them as they are coming to the door. In some areas, it is good to shake the student's hands, but when teaching in TEFL classes, it is best to find out what the customs and such are before doing the latter. One thing I do when greeting students at the door is to ask their names as they enter. I usually remember several of them and it seems to amaze them when that happens. Once everyone is inside and seated, I give each person a colored marker and an index card. I talk to each student. If