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Classroom Management: Notes from Burke

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Classroom Management: Notes from Burke

  1. 1. Classroom ManagementNotes: Burke, Chapter18<br />Authors:<br />Students of EDUC 465<br />
  2. 2. Do we begin with establishing rules or building climate?<br />Treat students as human beings<br />Recognize students’ cultural values and languages<br />Find ways in which students can connect literature to the relevancy of their lives: academic, cultural, emotional and social literacies<br />Burke: Main Points<br />
  3. 3. All of these are critical to classroom community.<br />Create a warm climate<br />Build mutual respect & community<br />Take time to applaud work<br />Recognize a everyone’s differences<br />Laugh a little<br />Make students as important as the lesson<br />Burke Point 1Treat students as human beings, not statistics <br />
  4. 4. In what ways can we use diverse genre to motivate our students to read?<br />Build personal relationships<br />Explore different meanings of words<br />Include diverse texts<br />Integrate authors of different backgrounds<br />Burke Point 2Recognize students’ cultural values and languages<br />
  5. 5. How can we incorporate the humanities into ELA to make it more relevant to students?<br />Bring in guest speakers<br />Write for an audience<br />Read with your students and have them write as they read<br />Incorporate art and be creative<br />Use techniques such as, poetry alive, Reader’s Theater, perspective work, and various writing activities<br />Select quality multi-cultural literature<br />Burke Point 3Find ways in which students can connect literature to the relevancy of their lives: <br />

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