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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 seconds All right, settle down everyone. You’ve just got 15 minutes to get a first draft down. Michael. What? I need you to come and talk to me for a moment.

Skip to 0 minutes and 21 seconds You know our class agreement.

Skip to 0 minutes and 25 seconds What’s the second rule, Michael? Stay on task. And that’s what you’re not, you’re not on task, Michael. You’re disrupting everyone. Now I don’t want to keep you in at lunch time, but I will if I have to. Oh Miss, please. I’ve got me and my friends. So Michael, remember yesterday when you worked really, really well and I gave you one of these? A positive note? That’s the student I need here today. So you’ll need to go back to your desk, sit down, and get on with your work. Thank you for listening.

Skip to 0 minutes and 57 seconds Well done everyone for staying on task. We’ve got about 10 minutes and then we’ll listen to some of those letters. I’m looking forward to being persuaded.

Skip to 1 minute and 13 seconds Thank you, Michael, for getting started. Thank you. Yeah. Cheers Miss.

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