Managing the Classroom

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Managing the Classroom by Mind Map: Managing the Classroom

1. Classroom Management:

1.1. is the process by which teachers and schools create and maintain appropriate behavior of students in classroom settings.

1.1.1. Establishes and sustains an orderly environment in the classroom.Increases meaningful academic learning and facilitates social and emotional growth.Decreases negative behaviors and increases time spent academically engaged.

2. The Teacher in the Classroom

2.1. Teachers play vital roles in the lives of the students in their classrooms. Teachers are best known for the role of educating the students that are placed in their care.

2.1.1. Teachers set the tone of their classrooms, build a warm environment, mentor and nurture students, become role models, and listen and look for signs of trouble.

3. Proximity

3.1. Teachers need to consider how close they should be to the students they are working with. Some students are uncomfortable if their teacher stands or sits close to them.

4. Appropriacy

4.1. Focusing on inappropriate forms of language and delivery first is a good way to raise awareness of this area.

4.1.1. For example, learners can identify inappropriate in language in video material such as comedy programmes, match language to contexts where it can be used, and discuss what is appropriate in their own cultures.

5. Movement

5.1. With a new school year beginning, many students are expected to rapidly transition from months full of activity and movement to a classroom that relies—primarily—on stasis.

5.1.1. Some teachers tend to spend most of their class time in one place – at the front of the class

6. Others more Importants

6.1. Awareness

6.1.1. Using the voice

6.1.2. Audibility

6.1.3. Variety

6.1.4. Conservation

6.1.5. Talking to students

6.1.6. Giving instructions