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Language Classroom Management:
Communication can be verbal and non-verbal, and just like in everyday life, miscommunication may cause unnecessary problems. Good communication skills, as well as the ability to listen, and be a good speaker, can help prevent problems in the classroom. When students feel it they are usually welcomed in a non-threatening environment where learning is encouraged come ready, willing, and able to learn.
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If you have to reprimand students, use a normal tone of voice, look at the student, don’t gesture such as pointing, and don’t insist on the last word. Kerr and Nelson (as cited in Pelota, 2007) 2. Involvement of parents: (video 067) Inform parents.
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Parental involvement will support your role as a teacher. Parents can promote good behavior at home. For example, using a behavior chart. The Problem of students or those who create constant disruptions in the classroom can be solved by observing their behavior on the graph. Below is the behavior chart:
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Monitor and resolve issues directly and immediately The role of effective teachers in classroom management-2: (Video-069) Effective teachers. Teach students about specific rules of appropriate behavior.
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For some techniques, students follow and act on explanations and descriptions. Here are some examples. (1) The teacher will explain the grammar rule to help students make correct sentences in compliance with the rule. The teacher says: “When we use to go to talk about the future, go to follows stem form of the verb, e.g. I am going to see it.