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Establishing Rapport The Oxford dictionary defines rapport as ?A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other?s feelings or ideas and communicate well.? In order to facilitate learning, teachers need to build both a positive atmosphere and a positive attitude toward learning. While some people have charisma and inborn interpersonal skills, many do not. Although it may be difficult to build and maintain rapport for some, building rapport can, in fact, be learned. 1. Learn the students? names. Calling students by their names is a wonderful and very effective way to establish rapport. students love to hear their names and it adds a more personal touch to teaching. 2. Make use of ?ice breakers.? It is important to let students know from the first day that you want to get to know them as individuals. Use ice breakers to get to know as much