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On the first day of school the children rush towards class with excitement anticipation and maybe a little worry about what their teacher will be like this year Their minds are open and willing to learn sponges ready to soak up any and all information offered The teacher is standing at the door greeting each child What is your name Sally I am so glad you are here today We are going to have so much fun And what is your name Ben I am so glad to meet you como esta I have prepared a desk just for you Do you know how to spell your name Good Go inside and see if you can find your desk The students are smiling as they enter the classroom and eagerly search for their desk After all the students are at their desks the teacher goes to the head of the class and gets everyones attention by quietly saying Good morning Buenos dias everyone She waits for a moment and then when eyes are on her says Today we are going to get to know each other by playing games together drawing pictures and reading a book As the day progresses the teacher actively listens to the students she makes the effort to learn each childs name she is watching the room and prepared to intervene if a problem arises She shows the students that she cares and helps them feel welcome at school Using communication skills this teacher has developed an affective teaching style to enhance her students learning In a multi-cultural classroom it is important to use a wide range of immediacy behaviors to positively influence the affective learning of every child The main purpose of using immediacy behavior in the classroom is to improve affect or liking for the teacher subject matter and learning To be able to do this there must be an understanding of immediacy behavior and affective learning Immediacy as
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