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Unformatted text preview: skaters, who are able to complete their jumps and spins. Another example is the way the coaches interact with the students. Some coaches are fair with their students, and always offer good advice and keep things positive and light. Other coaches will be a little meaner, sometimes resorting yelling or even ignoring one student who is not skating well to talk to a student who is doing better. Sometimes the students from the mean coach will thrive under the intimidation, which is placed on them. Students form the nicer coach will usually also thrive in those conditions, learning in a good environment. In conclusion, everyone has different philosophies and coaching methods, and in some occasions these different methods produce the same outcome....
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- Fall '09