Aim high, think high Never give up Ministry of Education AL.Ahmadi Educational Area LatifaAL.Faris Sec. School WORKSHOP
Effective Management Prepared by Mrs. Anu Birla & Mrs. Latha Mary Ninan Under the supervision of Mrs. Maram Al Mia Mrs. Mona Al-Jasmi Ms. Marzooka Senior teacher E.L.T. Supervisor Head Mistress
Effective Class Management • Effective teaching plan • Time management • Class Discipline • Effective Activities • Learner Characteristics • Motivation • Multiple Intelligence
Effective teachers MANAGE their classrooms with procedures and routines. • Ineffective teachers DISCIPLINE their classrooms with threats and punishments.
Learning Objectives • A Learning Objective states what a student will be able to do once he or she has completed instruction. • Learning objectives are aimed at the three domains of learning: knowledge, skills and attitudes. These are also termed the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains of learning.
Learning Objectives should be: • Specific • Consistent with the goals of the curriculum • Measurable • Clearly Stated • Short-term • Realistic & doable • Appropriate for the learner
What are the key components of a learning objective? Learning objectives should be “SMART” • Specific • Measurable/Observable • Attainable for target audience within scheduled time and specified conditions • Relevant and results-oriented • Targeted to the learner and to the desired level of learning
To enhance teaching, the teacher should • Create an environment of honest and open enquiry. • Be critical thinkers ourselves and be role models. • Encourage group discussions. • Use different learning activities: # real experience # brainstorming # mind maps # graphic organizers # role-play # real objects
Integrated Approach The Integrated Approach is a combination of the traditional, structural and communicative approaches. There are two ways of integrating accuracy with fluency: (1) PPP – present, practise, produce. (2) Using communicative activities.
How can the various skills be integrated? • Listening with speaking • Reading with Writing To enable effective teaching, the instructions given should be brief, but clear. Whatever you want to teach, be brief. Horace
Obstacles in teaching • Anticipate and indentify the obstacles that could obstruct effective teaching and deal with them effectively.
Transform stress into strength
TIME AND TIDE WAITS FOR NO MAN
Learner • Learner: Learners are individuals who bring their own needs and history to the learning environment. A person's individual profile or learner characteristics will determine the way they respond to both formal and informal learning environments. • Be careful not to stereotype your learners. Every learner is an individual.
The biggest enemy to learning is the talking teacher. - John Holt
Teacher’s Purpose A teacher's purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image.
Teacher Centred Vs Learner centred A learner centred classroom is one where the learner takes the upper hand and the teacher moves into the background to provide help as a facilitator.
Introduction It consists of three parts
Learning Styles Learning styles are simply different approaches or ways of learning. Visual Learning styles Auditory Tactile/Kinesthetic