Unit2<br />Arranging the classroom to meet pedagogical goals. <br />Wilson Alexander Leguizamón Vargas<br />
Teacherhowwouldyoumanagethissituation?<br />
Managing the Classroom<br />DESIGNING THEPHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT TO MEET PEDAGOGICAL  GOALS <br />Arrangement<br />Style<br /...
Designing the Physical Environment of the Classroom<br />Basic Principles of Classroom Arrangement<br />Reduce congestion ...
Designing the Physical Environment of the Classroom<br />Classroom Arrangement Styles<br />Auditorium style<br />Face-to-f...
Variations of ClassroomSeating Arrangements depending on the pedagogical purpose.<br />6<br />
Variations of Classroom SeatingThe Action Zone<br />“Action Zone” <br />Students in these<br />seats are more likely<br />...
Variations of Classroom SeatingAn Example of an Effective Elementary School Classroom Arrangement<br />8<br />
Variations of Classroom SeatingAnExample of an Effective Secondary School Classroom Arrangement<br />9<br />
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  1. 1. Unit2<br />Arranging the classroom to meet pedagogical goals. <br />Wilson Alexander Leguizamón Vargas<br />
  2. 2. Teacherhowwouldyoumanagethissituation?<br />
  3. 3. Managing the Classroom<br />DESIGNING THEPHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT TO MEET PEDAGOGICAL GOALS <br />Arrangement<br />Style<br />Principles of <br />Arrangement<br />
  4. 4. Designing the Physical Environment of the Classroom<br />Basic Principles of Classroom Arrangement<br />Reduce congestion in high-traffic areas.<br />Make sure that you can easily see all students.<br />Make often-used teaching materials and student supplies easily accessible.<br />Make sure that students can easily observe whole-class presentations.<br />
  5. 5. Designing the Physical Environment of the Classroom<br />Classroom Arrangement Styles<br />Auditorium style<br />Face-to-face style<br />Off-set style<br />Seminar style<br />Cluster style<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Variations of ClassroomSeating Arrangements depending on the pedagogical purpose.<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Variations of Classroom SeatingThe Action Zone<br />“Action Zone” <br />Students in these<br />seats are more likely<br />to interact with the <br />teacher, ask <br />questions, and <br />initiate discussion.<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Variations of Classroom SeatingAn Example of an Effective Elementary School Classroom Arrangement<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Variations of Classroom SeatingAnExample of an Effective Secondary School Classroom Arrangement<br />9<br />

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