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A Staff Meeting on. Tips for the Teachers. Prepared by Mr. Hosam Fayek. Supervised by Mrs. Mariam A. Al-Sabi Mr. Mohamed Najeeb. Avoid long explanation by increasing pupils talking time. Use different kinds of teaching aids, because pupils understand better when

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A Staff Meeting

on


Tips for the Teachers


Prepared by

Mr. Hosam Fayek


Supervised by

Mrs. Mariam A. Al-Sabi

Mr. Mohamed Najeeb


  • Avoid long explanation by

    increasing pupils talking time.


  • Use different kinds of teaching aids,

    because pupils understand better

    when

    they see, feel, listen and touch things.


  • Be mentally prepared

    before going into

    your class to avoid

    any critical situation.


  • Create a friendly

    and relaxed

    atmosphere inside

    the classroom.


  • Associate Education

    with Entertainment.


  • Create life-like situations

    inside the classroom

    and relate the lesson to pupils' real life.


  • Always keep your pupils on alert

    by making them busy.

    Motivate them and ask them to perform

    different tasks

    like dialogues , pair work, role play ,

    songs and discussion.


  • Seek the correct pronunciation.


  • Use words in context,

    Let pupils use the new words

    in meaningful sentences.


When you present new vocabulary,

remember the logical arrangement

of the four skills.

Let your pupils listen,

speak( pronounce), read then write.


  • Appreciate any participation

    on the part of the pupil

    and encourage them

    with warm and nice words.


  • The introduction of the teacher's book

    should be read carefully.


  • Vary your techniques

    when you feel that pupils get bored.


  • Give due care to low achievers

    thorough preparing special kinds

    of exercises for them.


  • Quizzes should be given weekly.


  • Don't interrupt learners when

    they speak or jump on errors.


  • Don't dominate all the time

    and leave a room for learners.


  • Good pupils shouldn't be allowed

    to dominate the class.


  • Weak learners should be

    given an adequate share

    of class time, regardless of

    their poor performance.


  • Silence should not be accepted

    from any weak pupil.

    Ask them to repeat what

    you say or what their mates say.


  • The whiteboard should be well arranged

    with clear and good handwriting.


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