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Establishing rapportEstablish rapport in a classroom will be, for me, the most important and difficult aspect of teaching. Rapport in a classroom is extremely important and sets the tone for the learning environment. If a teacher is too serious then students can become bored, afraid to comment, and scared to make mistakes. If a teacher is too casual then students could potentially be lackadaisical about learning, easily become sidetracked by other topics, or even treat the teacher with disrespect. It is important to get this part just right in order to establish control in the classroom and still engender respect for yourself and the topic that is being discussed. Rapport is something that can be established the first day and influences how the remaining session will be. As a teacher, we are authority figures. Even if we are the same age and education levels we want and should be seen as the authority on the topic that we are teaching and also have the final say on how things will be run in the classroom. I know that I have the tendency to be too casual and therefore I need to make sure that I do things to engender respect for the classroom, the other people in the class, and for myself as a teacher. Ellen Kronowitz, a famous teacher and author said this, ?The clothing