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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

CONTENTS

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..5

1. Look at Ur’s list of patterns of interaction below... Decide whether each interaction is either more student-centred or more teacher-centred. Justify your answers. Groupwork.......................................................................................................................................6

2. Categorise each of the following errors under one of these headings: grammar; pronunciation; meaning; appropriacy. Justify your answers...............................................................................................................................10

3. Look at the following situations... and decide if you would correct or not. If so, say when you would do so. Explainyour answer ............................................................................................................................................11

4. Below ...is a list of classroom ‘procedures’ (activity types) which will, in theory, allow for individualisation in the language classroom. To what extent does each cater for individualised learning? What advantages and what drawbacks canyou identify with each ‘procedure’ if you were to use them with your own classes? (Ur, 1996:236) Explain your answers. ............................................................................................................................13

5. To what extent do you agree with each of Ur’s statements in your materials? What are your own views on the issue of mixed ability? Do you thinkthat mixed ability groups always result in more successful SLA for learners? Or can the opposite seem to be true? Why? Draw on your own experience as a teacher or learner in order to prove or disprove each of her statements, providing concrete examples of classroom experiences/activities. Can you add any other advantages to herlist?......................................................................................................................................17

6. Say whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. Justify your answers...............................................................................................................................18
7 Are the following statements true or false? Justify each of your answers.……………………………………………………………………………………………………19

8. Put forward three concepts of your interest dealt with throughout the subject, and explain why they are relevant for you. …… …………………………………………………21
9.Conclsion ………………………………………………………………………………………. 24
10. Bibliography ………………………………………………………………………………. ...25

Introduction

Classroom management and management of student conduct are skills that teachers acquire and hone over time. To be sure, effective teaching requiresconsiderable skill in managing the myriad of tasks and situations that occur in the classroom each day. These skills also require that teachers understand in more than one way the psychological and developmental levels of their students, theirs interesting, abilities, style learner between others. It represents some of the things that good classroom teachers do to maintain an atmosphere that enhanceslearning in developing his/her teaching. In order to create a favorable atmosphere in the classroom and thus have a positive role in the students' performance, teachers and educators should be completely aware of the importance of establishing a suitable relationship between them and their students “classroom interaction”. Their motivation towards learning a foreign language could be increased ordiminished depending on the relationship they have with their teacher, the grouping modality he chooses for every task or activity, his sense of power and authority over them, the students' participation and control.

In this work we will explore some “balls” that make up classroom management in specific classroom practice, as speech acts,...
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