UNIT 5: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
In this unit we are looking at classroom management for different stages of activities. We will especially look at giving good instructions. We’ll see that classroom management is different for different contexts (where you work, who your students are, etc.). Then we’ll look at a range of short activities that can be used at the beginning or end of a lesson, or when we need to wake students up or calm them down. Finally, we’ll plan the stages and instructions for one activity. We’ll share this with our course colleagues.
There are six activities for you to do in this unit. Click on the activity button to begin the activity.
- What Is The Teacher Doing?
- To explore the teacher's role at different stages of a classroom activity.
- Clear Instructions
- To explore and practise ways to give clear effective instructions for classroom activities.
- Considerations for Different Contexts
- To explore some classroom management issues for different teaching and learning contexts.
- Warmers, Fillers, Stirrers and Settlers
- To look at the need for warmers, fillers, stirrers and settlers.
- A Range of Warmers, Fillers, Stirrers and Settlers
- To review a range of warmers, fillers, stirrers and settlers.
- A Warmer, Filler, Stirrer or Settler to share
- To plan the aim, stages and instructions for one activity.
- Unit Review
- To review what has been looked at in this unit
Revisit Collaborative Tasks
- Return to collaborative activities to see and respond to contributions from your course colleagues and tutor
NOTE: All these activities must be finished by Wednesday 2 November.
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