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Classroom Management. LUK Wing-shing 陸永成 TMCC Holm Glad College 基督教聖約教會堅樂中學. Classroom Management. How old is Mr. LUK ? A. 23 B. 33 C. 43 D. 53. Classroom Management. Where is Mr. LUK living? A. Kowloon Tong B. Kwun Tong C. Kam Tin D. North Point.

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Classroom management

Classroom Management

  • LUK Wing-shing

  • 陸永成

  • TMCC Holm Glad College

  • 基督教聖約教會堅樂中學


Classroom management1

Classroom Management

  • How old is Mr. LUK ?

  • A. 23

  • B. 33

  • C. 43

  • D. 53


Classroom management2

Classroom Management

  • Where is Mr. LUK living?

  • A. Kowloon Tong

  • B. Kwun Tong

  • C. Kam Tin

  • D. North Point


Classroom management

  • Each audience please join two nearby audiences forming a group of 3 to discuss

  • what would be the three most important elements of classroom management and

  • name three skills that you want to learn in this talk.

  • Then report your findings.


Question

QUESTION

  • How many decisions a teacher have to make within one school day?

    • A. 100

    • B. 200

    • C. 500

    • D. 2000


Classroom management

  • There would be no time to think,

  • you can only react by your instinct.

  • So, be prepared.


1 rules and regulations

1. Rules and Regulations

  • 上課詩三首

  • 老師講課要留心

  • 用耳用眼更用神

  • 不准交談不准寫

  • 手勢示範要看真


1 rules and regulations1

1. Rules and Regulations

  • 遇有疑難須發問

  • 舉手之前要想真

  • 老師叫名才起立

  • 清楚說話究原因


1 rules and regulations2

1. Rules and Regulations

  • 習作快做不要等

  • 閒時溫習更安心

  • 上課之前先預備

  • 帶齊須用之物品


1 rules and regulations3

1. Rules and Regulations

  • they are the law in the classroom,

  • BUT

  • only for those who respect this law


1 rules and regulations4

1. Rules and Regulations

  • Fair

  • Firm

  • Friendly


1 rules and regulations5

1. Rules and Regulations

  • A little bit understanding and

  • Humor would resolve a lot of conflicts.


2 why we attend school just satisfy them

2. Why we attend school? - just satisfy them

  • 高高興興的上學

  • 開開心心的回家

  • 勤勤力力的讀書

  • 順順利利的升班


2 why we attend school just satisfy them1

2. Why we attend school? - just satisfy them

  • 老師來姍姍

  • 學生懶懶閒

  • 精神齊抖擻

  • 同來抓時間


3 instruction technique

3. Instruction technique

  • people learn through different senses

  • audio

  • visual

  • physical

  • emotion

  • experiential

  • just entertain your audience

  • and give precise instructions


4 x y theory

4. X Y THEORY

  • People are basically good. To connect with and validate their own self-worth, they need to find their own inner treasure.


Purpose of punishment

Purpose of Punishment

1.          Deter the others

2.          Isolate to ensure peace and order

3.          Pay the right price (consequence)

4.          Rehabilitation

5.          Compensation

6.          Reconciliation


Reward and punishment

Reward and Punishment

  • Use these two tactfully

  • Be relevant to the behavior

  • Build up your own authority

  • Give choices, ask for suggestions, at least three

  • What have you learnt from this?


5 mutual respect

5. Mutual respect

  • People connect on the basis of being similar and grow on the basis of being different.

  • We are all manifestations of the same life force.

  • Healthy human relationships are built on equality of value.


6 keep them busy

6. Keep them busy

  • 讀書五部曲

  • 上課留心聽

  • 作業做到足

  • 每日勤溫習

  • 考試早讀熟

  • 題目先預習

  • 齊來創紀錄


7 know your audience as a whole and as an individual

7. Know your audience as a whole and as an individual

  • 中國註名散文作家 魯迅

  • 創作一個角色時會同時考慮

  • 這個角色的一生和他/她的家庭


8 personal iceberg of satir model

8. Personal iceberg of Satir Model

  • Behavior

  • Coping Stances

  • Feelings

  • Feelings about feelings

  • Perceptions

  • Expectations

  • Yearnings

  • Inner Self


9 tradition culture and atmosphere

9. Tradition, Culture and Atmosphere

  • Understand the School Tradition, Culture and Atmosphere

  • Be sensitive to the culture and those taboos. Be aware to the atmosphere and find whatever support you need. Also find out what expectations they have on you.


10 own your own feelings

10. Own your own feelings

  • Feelings belong to us. We all have them. Know them and treat them as friends.


10 keys to be an effective teacher

10 Keys to be an Effective Teacher

  • 1. We can't do everything, but we can do something.

  • 2. If we cannot get our expected result, change ourselves.


10 keys to be an effective teacher1

10 Keys to be an Effective Teacher

  • 3. The most important element is our own personality, which is reflected in our way of handling our work and relating with others. Skills are only extension of our personality.

  • 4. Learn to appreciate instead of to criticize.


10 keys to be an effective teacher2

10 Keys to be an Effective Teacher

  • 5. If we do not believe our student can change, they would most likely be unable to change.

  • 6. Our ultimate goal is to help our student, not to get rid of them. It may be the last chance for them to receive help from you. Do treasure it!


10 keys to be an effective teacher3

10 Keys to be an Effective Teacher

  • 7. Always look for a small changes.

  • 8. Developing positive is usually much easier than removing negative -- it makes no difference to the ultimate result.


10 keys to be an effective teacher4

10 Keys to be an Effective Teacher

  • 9. There is always a positive motivation behind a negative behaviour. Look for it!

  • 10. Always make reference to "normal behaviour" at a particular stage of development of a young person.


Teaching is an art

Teaching is an ART

  • Style

  • Character

  • Skill

  • Experience

  • Learnable


Contact luk wing shing

Contact - LUK Wing-shing

  • You may call me through

  • Tel.: 27274311

  • or

  • E-mail:

  • [email protected]


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