The article that I found is called Authority, power and morality in classroom discourse by Cary Buzzelli and Bill Johnston. It examines the complex relationships that arise in authority, power and morality within the classroom. I enjoyed this article because it suggests that there is always a presence of authority held by the teacher but that this authority can differ from the regular authoritarian style. It shows through dialogue between a teacher and her students how to use authority in a positive manner. It also showcases that students can hold the authority as well, and how effective it can be. One of the students has incorporated beer into a story he wrote and instead of using authoritarian power and getting upset with the student, she turns the power to her students and asks them how they feel about the situation. She prompts them to think about whether it is appropriate or not and what they could do to change this. By doing this, she turns the debate to her students, in which they collaborate together on a consensus. It becomes a class discussion rather than a lecture that the students would not retain or shut out. While I may not agree with everything this article said, I related to her teaching strategies and could connect it to things we have been learning in our classes and it was insightful for me.