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Documentation of the 5th ELT WORKSHOP held at SHINAS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY on April 15, 2013.

Documentation of the 5th ELT WORKSHOP held at SHINAS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY on April 15, 2013.

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  • 1. STUDENT’S QUICK SURVEYSUMMARYYour college teachers, unknowingly or deliberately might be guilty of these tenmost common predetermined examples of malpractices. Tick up to 5 items onlywhich you presently believe had disturbing effect on your motivation to learn.TOTAL36 3rd1. My teacher normally came in class unprepared; made us confusedabout his/her subject matter.(Aptitude)23 7th2. Our professor played favoritism in class. (Attitude)24 6th3. We could hardly understand our teacher. S/he must have had seriousspeech problem! Sometimes s/he spoke so loud, sounded robotic,nostalgic, or operatic. (Aptitude)39 1st4. His/Her instructions were unclear. We normally ended up asking eachother about what s/he really wanted us to do.(Aptitude)26 5th5. S/he easily got mad even about petty issues. Sometimes s/he resortedto covering up his own shortcomings in a very furious and preachymanner.(Attitude)16 9th6. My teacher’s scent was so odd. I wonder if this was something organicor synthetic. In class, sometimes I nearly liked to lend him/her my facemirror so he could fix his/her face. (Appearance)19 8th7. S/he was so forgetful. There were instances that s/he regretfullymissed to announce important updates like quizzes, exams, or evenholidays!(Aptitude)12 10th8. S/he likely came to class in very flamboyant attire. Sometimes welaughed at each other because s/he was either underdressed oroverdressed.(Appearance)28 4th9. We usually heard him/her saying, “I am sure, you will really find thislesson so difficult for you… I know that.” or “The way I see it, I think onlyfew will pass the exam and certainly majority will fail.” (Attitude)37 2nd10. My professor was a certified bookish. How we wished s/he also hadtried to do interactive activities on his class just like how other teachersdid. S/he likely liked to lecture most of the time. (Aptitude)Total Respondents: 55* This Student’s Quick Survey sheet is developed by Michael M. Magbanua, MA ELT specifically designed for theShinas College of Technology’s 5thAnnual ELT Workshop on Classroom Management for the topic:“Teacher’s Crimes in the Class”.
  • 2. STUDENT’S QUICK SURVEYYour college teachers, unknowingly or deliberately might be guilty of these tenmost common predetermined examples of malpractices. Tick up to 5 items onlywhich you presently believe had disturbing effect on your motivation to learn.1. My teacher normally came in class unprepared; made us confused abouthis/her subject matter.2. Our professor played favoritism in class.3. We could hardly understand our teacher. S/he must have had seriousspeech problem! Sometimes s/he spoke so loud, sounded robotic, nostalgic,or operatic.4. His/Her instructions were unclear. We normally ended up asking eachother about what s/he really wanted us to do.5. S/he easily got mad even about petty issues. Sometimes s/he resorted tocovering up his own shortcomings in a very furious and preachy manner.6. My teacher’s scent was so odd. I wonder if this was something organic orsynthetic. In class, sometimes I nearly liked to lend him/her my face mirrorso he could fix his/her face.7. S/he was so forgetful. There were instances that s/he regretfully missedto announce important updates like quizzes, exams, or even holidays!8. S/he likely came to class in very flamboyant attire. Sometimes welaughed at each other because s/he was either underdressed or overdressed.9. We usually heard him/her saying, “I am sure, you will really find thislesson so difficult for you… I know that.” or “The way I see it, I think onlyfew will pass the exam and certainly majority will fail.”10. My professor was a certified bookish. How we wished s/he also had triedto do interactive activities on his class just like how other teachers did. S/helikely liked to lecture most of the time.* This Student’s Quick Survey sheet is developed by Michael M. Magbanua, MA ELT specifically designed for theShinas College of Technology’s 5thAnnual ELT Workshop on Classroom Management for the topic:“Teacher’s Crimes in the Class”.
  • 3. TEACHER’S QUICK SURVEYLooking back at your college days, your instructors, unknowingly or deliberatelymight be guilty of these ten most common predetermined examples ofmalpractices. Tick up to 5 items only which you presently believe haddisturbing effect on your motivation to learn.1. My teacher normally came in class unprepared; made us confused abouthis/her subject matter.2. Our professor played favoritism in class.3. We could hardly understand our teacher. S/he must have had seriousspeech problem! Sometimes s/he spoke so loud, sounded robotic, nostalgic,or operatic.4. His/Her instructions were unclear. We normally ended up asking eachother about what s/he really wanted us to do.5. S/he easily got mad even about petty issues. Sometimes s/he resorted tocovering up his own shortcomings in a very furious and preachy manner.6. My teacher’s scent was so odd. I wonder if this was something organic orsynthetic. In class, sometimes I nearly liked to lend him/her my face mirrorso he could fix his/her face.7. S/he was so forgetful. There were instances that s/he regretfully missedto announce important updates like quizzes, exams, or even holidays!8. S/he likely came to class in very flamboyant attire. Sometimes welaughed at each other because s/he was either underdressed or overdressed.9. We usually heard him/her saying, “I am sure, you will really find thislesson so difficult for you… I know that.” or “The way I see it, I think onlyfew will pass the exam and certainly majority will fail.”10. My professor was a certified bookish. How we wished s/he also had triedto do interactive activities on his class just like how other teachers did. S/helikely liked to lecture most of the time.* This Student’s Quick Survey sheet is developed by Michael M. Magbanua, MA ELT specifically designed for theShinas College of Technology’s 5thAnnual ELT Workshop on Classroom Management for the topic:“Teacher’s Crimes in the Class”.

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