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    • POWER TYPE : LEGITIMATE
      SITUATION 1
      John’s ruler goes missing and he starts a fight in class.
      The teacher should have :
      • set standards for appropriate behaviours.
      • established rules of conducts in classrooms.
    • TEACHER’S RESPONSE :
      • Immediately stops the fight.
      • Reinforces authority in the classroom.
      (By this time, the peace in the classroom should have been restored since the teacher is viewed as someone with authority.)
    • - Investigates the incident. ( Interrogates John for his temperamental behaviour.)
      • Decides whether or not to punish John.
      • Reminds (or warns) the students about the power of the teacher to execute punishments for misbehaviours.
    • SITUATION 2
      Lisa decides to be a ‘passenger’ in a group discussion. The other group members are not too happy about it.
    • TEACHER’S RESPONSE :
      • Reminds every member of the class to obey by the rules.
      • Reinforces the authority by explaining the consequences that the students will have to face if found guilty.
      • Also explains the bright side of participating actively in a discussion.
    • Advantages and Disadvantages of Legitimate Power Type
      Alia Ismail
      Nurshafinaz Abdul Rahman
    • Overview
      Introduction
      Advantages of legitimate power type
      Disadvantages of legitimate power type
      Conclusion
    • Introduction
      Power type- Legitimate
      Power base- Authority by virtue of appointed position
      Teachers have the right to control students’ misbehavior because of their position
    • Advantages(1)
      Students perceive teachers as leaders in the classroom
      Students will obey rules as a sign of respect to teachers
    • Advantages(2)
      Students will be more aware of their roles as students
      They will perceive that it is their role to show appropriate behaviour
    • Advantages(3)
      Teachers are seen as benchmarks to prescribe standards for appropriate behavior
    • Disadvantages(1)
      No intrinsic value (inner sense)
      Students’ consciousness to behave well (appropriate behavior) does not come from within
    • Disadvantages(2)
      Student respect teacher just because his/her post as a teacher
      Affect the relationship between teachers and students
    • Disadvantages(3)
      Students tend to misbehave when teachers are not around
    • Conclusion
      Teachers should find the right context of practicing any of the power types in the classroom in order to create effective classroom management