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The Relationship between Teacher-Student Rapport and Students Willingness to Cheat among Iranian High School Students in Bandar Abbas
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2.7. Definition of rapport
Faranda and Clarke (2004) explained that rapport in language learning refers to ability to maintain harmonious relationships based on affinity for others. Affinity seeking is defined as the active social-communicative process by which individuals attempt to get others to like and to feel positive toward them (Bell & Daly, 1984). Teachers try to build good rapport with the learners in order to produce an environment that will help learning.
2.8 Benefits of building rapport between students and teacher
Diero (1997) argued that people like those who pay attention to them, and students like teachers who think highly of them. Rapport is the interpersonal side of teaching. According to Ramsden (2003), “Rapport involves knowing your students and their learning styles and using your relationship with them to teach at a more personal level (P.258). It is what makes the teacher more than just a lecturer.”Teachers who have good rapport with their students are skilled in ways that encourage them to subject, like children. Students need to think that you care before they care what you think. This simple point effectively summarizes why an environment of positive rapport is beneficial to the classroom.