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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:  "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"
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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"

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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: "Teacher's Crimes in the Class".

In most instances, teachers blame students for various untoward interruptions happening in the class. But very rare to realize that some disruptive behaviours are but teacher-caused or made by teachers themselves.

This is a PPT presentation I used during the 5th ELT Workshop organized by Shinas College of Technology (Sultanate of Oman) with its theme: Classroom Management: the Untold Stories (April 15, 2013). Handout of this has been uploaded separately of the same title.

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  • 1. Demonstrating the action verb “bite” myteacher’s false teeth got off!After introducing myself on first day ofsemester, my student mistakenly asked“Teacher, how much your egg (age)?,instead of “How old are you?”
  • 2. Are all classroomdisruptionsalways student-caused?
  • 3. Could amisbehaviour inclass be a possibesymptom of a‘teacher-caused’-related ‘headache’of a student?
  • 4. Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher is theopposite of theirexpectations?
  • 5. Resolve as to how thesevariables maynegatively affectstudent’s motivation tolearn.
  • 6. common “teacher-caused” relatedclassroom misbehaviours of students
  • 7. For a 5-minuteBRAINSTORMING
  • 8. Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher is theopposite of theirexpectations?
  • 9. How can these variables(the 3 A’s) negativelyaffect your student’s—1.Academic Performance2.Soft Skills Development3.Affective Development

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