A: The first day of class the systems were already in place so they knew the structure of the class; they know how things worked. I hear other teachers say, "Oh, they talked about professional posture," because my kids have to be in professional posture. They know what that means. When they hear someone else outside say a dead word, I've heard them say, "That's a dead word. Don't use it." It makes me feel good as a teacher knowing that they've taken some of the positive things from my classroom and transferred them outside. It's constant reinforcement, and it's consistency because the minute you stop or you falter on the consistent factor just a little bit, then they know you're not structured. And that's what they crave because maybe their home lives aren't structured, so at least in this class I can make it as structured as possible, and it's simple. Sometimes it's not, as a first-year teacher.