HOW TO MANAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

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HOW TO MANAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING by Mind Map: HOW TO MANAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

1. Separate tables: When students sit in small groups at individual tables, the atmosphere in the class in much less than in other arragements.

1.1. Whole class: However, this does not always mean the class sitting in orderly rows, whatever the seating arrangement, the teacher can have the students focus on him or her and the task in hand.

1.1.1. Groupwork and pairwork: Has many of the same advantages. It is mathematically attractive if nothing else, the moment students get into pairs and start working on a problema or talking about something, many more of then will be doing the activity.

1.1.1.1. Solowork: This can have many advantages it allows students to work at their own speed, allows them thinking time, allows them.

1.1.1.1.1. Nuevo Tema

2. Contact: The Teacher's physical approach and personality in the class in one aspect of class management to consider.

2.1. Audibility: Teachers do not have to shout to be audible. In fact, in most classrooms, there is a danger of the Teacher's voice being too loud. Good teachers try to get this balance between audiobility and volume just right.

3. Appropriacy: Many teachers create an extremely friendly atmosphere by crouching down when they work with students in pairs.

3.1. Proximity: Teachers should consider how close they want to be to the students they are working with some students.

3.1.1. Movement: How much a Teacher moves around in the classroom, then, will depend on his or her personal style, where he or she feels most comfortable for the class.

4. Variety: It is important for teachers to vary the quality of their voices and the volume they speak at depending on the type of lessson and the type of activity.

4.1. Conservation: It is important that they breathe correctly from the diaphragm so that they don't strain their larynxes.

4.1.1. Orderly rows: When the students sit in rows in classrooms, there are obvious advantages. It means that the teacher has a clear view of all the students and the students can all see the teacher.

4.1.1.1. Circles and horseshoes: Many teachers and students prefer circles or horseshoes, the teacher will probably be at the open end of the arragement since that many well be where the board, overhead.