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Session 7

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

By: ANGELIE C. ALVIZO


MT II
Objectives:

1. Illustrate and share the classroom management


challenges, you have experienced.
2. Discuss which of the best practices could be easily
adapted by a beginning teacher.
3. Design/Craft Classroom Rules to ensure positive
teaching- learning environment.
In the K to 12 Curriculum, there are 4 Key Stage
Standards which include Grade 3 (from
Kindergarten to Grade 3), Grade 6 (from Grade
4 to Grade 6), Grade 10 (from Grade 7 to Grade
10) and, Grade 12 (from Grade 11 to Grade 12).
THROW BACK ACTIVITY
“MY FIRST WEEK OF TEACHING” Get a coupon bond paper,
pencil or pen. Think of your class during your first week of
teaching. Sketch or draw that scene or situation. Do this in 5
minutes.
Look at your output. Describe the symbol/diagram that you have
drawn. (2 minutes)

Group Dynamics Activity where you will be sharing experiences


with other teachers. Select a leader or group facilitator.
Once all the teachers in your group have
shared, consolidate the pictures and
experiences of the group using the “Throw
Back Board”.

Let your group facilitator present your group’s


output.
The common classroom management problems
experienced by new teachers like you before:

a) Annoying classroom distractions.

b) Antagonism with authority .

c) Argumentative learners.
d) Behavior problems

e) Boastful and attention-seeking learners


f) Calling-out in class

g) Class clown

h) Demanding learners
i) Failure to ask for help

j.) Hyperactivity
STRATEGIES FOR AN EFFECTIVE
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
(Crockett,WL, 5 Classroom Management Strategies That Really Work, July 2017)

a) Write Down the Rules.

b) Let Learner’s Help.


c) Encourage Questioning.
d) Let Learners Lead. Encourage your
learners to step into your shoes and lead
their classmates.

e) Encourage Group Works/Projects


This set of rules could help promote a positive
teaching-learning environment.
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a) Who will be covered by the rules I am crafting?

b) What aspects of teaching-learning should be


included in the rules?
c) Are the rules aligned or consistent to standing
guidelines and department orders?

d) Are the rules supportive of learners’ well-being and


academic performance?

e) Will the rules help develop positive behavior and


lifelong habits?
Fill in the table. On the first column, list down all the
classroom management problems you have
encountered, while on the second column, write the
action/s that you have undertaken to address the
problem. (10 minutes)
Select a rapporteur to report the group’s
answers.
THANK YOU AND GOD
BLESS US ALL!
Problem: Often when her class are about to embark on an
activity it occurs to her that all the whispers and puzzled faces
mean that they haven’t a clue what to do.

Reason:
Solution:

Problem: One group of students has no interest in learning


English and she wonders why she is wasting her tiem.
Reason:
Solution:
Problem: Every time she puts the students in groups but they just talk
in their L1 and usually about topics unrelated to the task.

Reason:
Solution:

Problem: The course book she is using is terrible. It is so easy for the
students they get bored easily. She doesn’t want to spend hours
planning as they don’t seem interested anyway.

Reason:
Solution: