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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT. Mtra. Virginia Canabal Uruguay Educa 2012. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT. In human organization activities , classroom management is the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals . “THE ART OF GETTING THINGS

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classroom management
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Mtra. Virginia Canabal

Uruguay Educa

2012

classroom management2
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
  • Inhumanorganizationactivities, classroommanagementistheact of gettingpeopletogethertoaccomplishdesiredgoals.

“THE ART OF GETTING THINGS

DONE THROUGH PEOPLE”

Mary Parker Follett

it operates through
IT OPERATES THROUGH:
  • PLANNING
  • ORGANIZING
  • STAFFING
  • LEADING / MOTIVATING
  • CONTROLLING / MONITORING
being part of a teaching community
BEING PART OF A TEACHING COMMUNITY
  • School culture and policies.
  • School staff – teamwork
  • Spanish – English coordination
  • Becoming a “Walking dictionary”
being pro active
BEING PRO-ACTIVE
  • To plan and prepare the organization of the classroom is as important as designing a high-quality lesson.
  • To create and maintain a positive learning environment.
  • To foster a cooperative classroom culture.
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“Components of the organizational plan of a classroom include room arrangement, discipline, the creation of routines and a plan to teach students how their learning environment is organized” (J.H. Stronge 2002; “Qualities of effective teachers”.- ASCD, USA).
about the classroom
About the classroom:
  • Use space and furniture organization to encourage attention. Be sure that the classroom is a comfortable place (lights, ventilation, places to store materials, etc.)
  • Put classroom material where kids are able to use it and teach them to use it in a responsible way.
  • Bear in mind you can profit using other available spaces in school.
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Create an environment in which kids are surrounded by language.

  • Visuals are an important key to help remind them of content (graphics, pictures, graphs, slides, video segments, bulletin board displays, etc.).
  • Display children’s work and provide written posters, labels, etc.
about planning
About planning:
  • Be aware of diversity when planning the lessons.
  • Keep high expectations for your class – be a good observer.
  • Establish organizational routines (predictable schedule).
  • Manage classroom procedures to facilitate smooth transitions and continuity of momentum throughout the day.
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Try to find a balance between variety and challenge in student activities.

  • Create a communicative setting.
  • Take into account all available resources when planning. Remember to seize all the resources you have at your school and at the resource center.
  • Overplan – always have something up your sleeve
about our work with the children
About our work with the children:
  • Be a good observer.
  • Create context for meaningful communication and withclear purposes.
  • Establish rules - be clear.

- be positive.

- be consistent.

  • Assign tasks and share responsabilities.
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Let them know what they are expected to achieve.

  • Build students’ confidence and self esteem.
  • Provide non evaluative feedback.
  • Encourage desired behaviors by positive reinforcement.
  • Give personal, specific and descriptive praise.
attention signals call and response
Attention Signals Call and Response
  • T-Everyone in the house S-is quiet as a mouse.

2) T- One, Two

S- Eyes on you

T- Three, four

S- Talk no more

3) T- Macaroni and cheese S- Everybody freeze!.

4) T- Good, better

S- (BEST) T- Never let it

S- (REST) T- Until the good is

S- (BETTER) T-And the better is

S- (BEST)

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Clap out a pattern, and students clap it back to you.

  • Start singing a song they all know...they join right in, and when the song is done, they are all "with you!"
  • Use a silent signal. (raise your hand, touch your nose, put your hand on your head).
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Teacher Says ==>Then students call back If you don’t climb the mountain...==>You can’t see the view Doing your best... ==>Means you never stop trying When you believe in yourself...==>Anything is possible! Let your efforts... ==>Rise above your excuses A mistake is a chance...==>To try harder Every choice you make counts... ==>Make choices you can count on! Be satisfied...==>With nothing but your best!

teaching tips
TEACHING TIPS:
  • It’s easier to get easier.
  • Fairness is the key.
  • Be consistent.
  • Deal with disruptions with as little interruption as possible.
  • Employ active learning strategies.
  • START FRESH EVERYDAY.
bibliography
Bibliography
  • ANEP (2008). Programa de Educación Inicial y Primaria.Rosgal S.A., Montevideo.
  • Curtain H., Dahlberg C.A. (2004). Languages and Children – Making the Match. Pearson Education, Inc. USA.
  • Douglas Brown H. (2007). Teaching by Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy. Pearson – Longman, USA.