Classroom Management. Programa Inglés Abre Puertas Unidad de Currículum y Evaluación Ministerio de Educación. Snowball fight!. Objectives. Define the fundamental elements of Classroom Management. Recognize the reasons for negative classroom behavior.
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Programa Inglés Abre Puertas
Unidad de Currículum y Evaluación
Ministerio de Educación.
Define the fundamental elements of Classroom Management.
Recognize the reasons for negative classroom behavior.
Analyze classroom behavior of students.
Apply strategies to combat negative classroom behavior.
Create an environment where learning proceeds without interruption.
Reduces inappropriate behavior and the need to discipline.
Let students know the rules and expectations, why they exist, and what appropriate behavior looks like.
CLASSROOM PROCEDURES & CUES
Your students are more likely to act up when they are unengaged. Plan activities with their interests in mind. Also be observant while you teach and adjust your lesson to keep their attention.
If you don’t assign your students a task, they will find something else to do! Make sure you don’t have too much down-time between activities!
Give them a purpose. Let them know you are checking up on their completion of a task.
What is the main goal of Classroom Management?
What does B.I.A. stand for?
Why is routine important?
Give a number to everyone in your group.
When you listen to your number, go to another group and share the information with them.
*** pay attention to the presenter ***
Now, Listen tothefollowing number.
Thatpersonwill share theinformationthatwasjustpresented NOT the original information.
When it comes to Classroom Management…
“Teach everything - assume nothing”
“Great Classroom Management”, Robert L. DeBruyn, The Master Teacher, 2004.
“Howtoteach English”, Jeremy Harmer, 2007.