Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Quick Tip: Stay in Control of Your Class

Staying in control doesn't mean that you have to be a dictator in the classroom, but it does mean that students will stop and listen to you when you get their attention.

You can make a game out of playing and then stopping once you give a signal, such as clapping your hands three times, ringing a bell, putting your hand on your head, or something similar. Remember to reward students when they stop and listen to you. Verbally praising them as a class or singling out students as examples helps greatly.

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