2:17: Allow some independence and time to get acclimated to the water.
4:00 Instructor sees that he will not rest his chin on the noodle so he will now choose to go back to working on the roadblock of submerging.
3:24/3:36: Multiple times during the lesson Ethan requested to dive and points to the deep. In this case acknowledging the request and then going back to the skill kept him engaged in the lesson.
4:07: Continued difficulty with chin and lips in the water with the noodle prompted the instructor to go back to the strategies of going under the water successfully.
4:43: Notice the improved chin tuck and the quickness of processing the directions after the strategies for going underwater are used.
5:52: Instructor keeps space management in mind by moving backwards and propping student on his knee, while engaging him cognitively for the next skill.
6:30 Reminder: breaststroke and elementary backstroke are symmetrical stokes that require less strength than the freestyle and backstroke.
6:44 Instructor pays no attention to the goggles but acknowledged that he was heard, then moved forward with the lesson.