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Nice presentation for discussion by teachers. Get the handout for workshops here - http://eflclassroom.com/store/products/teacher-beliefs/

Nice presentation for discussion by teachers. Get the handout for workshops here - http://eflclassroom.com/store/products/teacher-beliefs/

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    • TEACHER BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES ABOUT TEACHING
    • DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS.  DO YOU AGREE WITH YOUR COLLEAGUES OR DISAGREE.  IF YOU DISAGREE – STATE WHY.
    • Teachers usually stand in the front of the class when teaching
    • decide how fast the students should work on tasks.
    • Teachers make and ask the questions students answer
    • Teachers should praise correct answers from students.
    • Teachers follow lesson plans.
    • Teachers model and provide model answers.
    • Teachers discipline students.
    • Teachers use and operate the equipment and devices in class
    • Teachers reveal personal details about their lives to students.
    • The classroom is a noisy, busy place.
    • Learners are usually arranged in desks, in rows.
    • Learners make mistakes which teachers correct.
    • Learners compete to answer questions and for the teacher’s response.
    • Learners stand up when they answer or respond in class.
    • Learners use a textbook which guides the class.
    • Learners respect the teacher’s knowledge and experience.
    • Learners collaborate with each other to finish exercises, answer questions.
    • Learners do homework which the teacher corrects.
    • Learners reveal personal details about themselves in class.
    • Learners obey, the teacher orders and controls the class.
    • Look over your beliefs. Would you expect similar behavior in classrooms other than your own?
    • What factors might influence teachers and learners to be different?
    • There is no play book underlying teaching practice. Only what happens in the classroom and how we respond to it. TEACHING IS AN ART! MEANING?
    • TRY YOUR BEST. PLAN, RELECT, IMPROVE. BE PROFESSIONAL. BE OPEN, KIND AND SHOW YOU CARE. MEANING?
    • REFERENCES  Wright, T. (1987) Understanding Classroom Role Relationships, Roles of Teachers and Learners, Oxford, Oxford Univ. Press.