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Marcin Stanowski | IATEFL PL Conference Kraków 2015 | You may download the presentation and handout at www.superteachers.p...
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Teachers handout iatefl krk 2015

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A handout to use with the resentation on burnout syndrome in teachers.

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Teachers handout iatefl krk 2015

  1. 1. Marcin Stanowski | IATEFL PL Conference Kraków 2015 | You may download the presentation and handout at www.superteachers.pl Burito Sabanero by Aventura Teacher Burnout Scale Directions: Complete the following measure and calculate your score. This measure is designed to determine how you currently feel about your job and its related aspects. There are no right or wrong answers. Work quickly and circle your first impression. Please indicate the degree to which each statement applies to you by marking whether you: Strongly Disagree = 1; Disagree = 2; Neutral =3; Agree =4; Strongly Agree = 5 _____1. I am bored with my job. _____2. I am tired of my students. _____3. I am weary with all of my job responsibilities. _____4. My job doesn't excite me any more. _____5. I dislike going to my job. _____6. I feel alienated at work. _____7. I feel frustrated at work. _____8. I avoid communication with students. _____9. I avoid communication with my colleagues. _____10. I communicate in a hostile manner at work. _____11. I feel ill at work. _____12. I think about calling my students ugly names. _____13. I avoid looking at my students. _____14. My students make me sick. _____15. I feel sick to my stomach when I think about work. _____16. I wish people would leave me alone at work. _____17. I dread going to school. _____18. I am apathetic about my job. _____19. I feel stressed at work. _____20. I have problems concentrating at work. SCORING: Add all scores together. Below 36 indicates few burnout feelings; 36-55 indicates some strong feelings of burnout; but probably not a serious problem; 56-70 indicates substantial burnout feelings, enough that getting some help is suggested; and 71-80 indicate the individual is experiencing severe burnout. Source: Richmond, V. P., Wrench, J. S., & Gorham, J. (2001). Communication, affect, and learning in the classroom. Acton, MA: Tapestry Press. Compliments Turn to your partner and pay them a compliment using the structures below: What I like the most about you is… because… Never have I seen such a … Mime Role Play Student A – You need to find a pharmacy and you ask someone for directions. You have lost your voice, you can’t say a word. Student B – You will be stopped in the street by someone who needs directions, but this person can’t speak, so you must interpret their gestures to find out where they need to go. withmy_________onthis_________voicaminodebelen conmiburrito_________voicaminodebelen ifuseeme________byvoicaminodebelenx2 ________mananerogetmelightandwishmeluckx2 ifyouseeme_______byvoicaminodebelenx2 conmiburritovoi_________singingsongsdenavidadx2 ifuseeme_________byvoicamindebelenx2 tukitukitukita hurryupmylittle___________queyavamosallegar tukitukitukita hurryupmylittle___________wereabouttogoseegod conmiburrito________voicaminodebelenx2 ifyouseeme____________byvoicaminodebelenx2 (spoken) hamiburritobailabachatatambienperoconaventura... tukitukitukita hurryupmylittle_____________wereabouttogoseegod tukitukitukita hurryupmylittledonkeyvamosavera_____________ conmiburrito_________voicaminodebelenx2 ifuseeme_________byvoicaminodebelenx2 luseritomananero_________lightandwishmeluckx2 simevenvoicaminode________ ifyouseeme_________byvoicaminodebelen...tillfade
  2. 2. Marcin Stanowski | IATEFL PL Conference Kraków 2015 | You may download the presentation and handout at www.superteachers.pl TPR Yoga / source: www.yogapoint.com KITE pose In standing position, exhale and while inhaling stretch the hands sideways and bring them horizontal to the ground. While exhaling bend the torso forward. Raise the left leg up and bring it in line with the trunk. The whole body is kept parallel to the ground. Right leg should be straight and perpendicular to the floor. Stretch the arms as if pulled from both sides. Maintain the asana, breathe normally. Exhale and while inhaling raise the head and trunk of the body upright bringing the left leg slowly to the ground beside the right leg. Exhale and lower the arms to your sides. Practice on the opposite side. EAGLE pose In standing position, shift the weight of the body onto the right leg and bend it slightly. Lift the left leg up bending it slightly. The body is now balanced entirely on the right leg. Cross the left leg over the right thigh and hook the top of the left foot behind the right calf. The toes of the left leg should be on the left side of the right calf. The right leg remains slightly bent. Bend both arms and raise them to chest level. Place the right arm over the left arm, and entwine the forearms, joining the palms together in front of the chest. Balance and breathe normally. To release the asana, release the hands and return the arms to the side of the body. Release the left leg. Place the left foot on the ground coming back into standing position. Practice on the other side. WARRIOR pose In standing position step the left leg forward at a maximum distance from the right leg. Bend the left knee at a 90 degree angle and place the hands on the knee, palms joined together. Exhale and while inhaling raise the joined hands up over the head, slowly tilt the neck back so the gaze is towards the ceiling and arch the spine backwards. Maintain the asana, breathe normally. To release the asana, slowly straighten the body and the neck, lowering the arms back down so the hands rest on the knee. Straighten the knee and release the hands. Step the left foot back beside the right foot returning standing position. Practice on the opposite side. Dream GAME: – You are walking through a forest; describe it. – Through this forest is a path; describe it. – Along the path you come upon a key; what does it look like; what condition is it in? Do you pick it up? – Farther along the path you find a cup; what does it look like; what is it made of; what condition is it in? Do you pick it up? – As you continue walking, you come to an obstacle; describe it. – What do you do? If you go around it or past it, then how? – Next you happen upon a body of water; describe it. Do you get in it? How fast is it flowing? – As you walk along, you come to a shelter of some sort; what does it look like? Do you spend the night? – Finally, you’re walking along when you reach a fence; what does this fence look like; what is it made of; what condition is it in? – Beyond the fence is a field; describe that. Do you go over the fence into the field? What do these stories tell about the student’s personalities? Here are the interpretations of the different parts of the story, and what these parts represent: – The forest represents your outlook on life; how you feel (overall) about life. – The path represents your plan in life, and is generally more current; i.e. how your life is being lived, or how you see it going. – The key represents knowledge. If you pick it up, then education is important to you. – The cup represents your view of love. Was it broken or fragile? Was it solid and complete, pretty, clean or covered with dirt? – The obstacle represents the challenges in your life; how you normally handle them or deal with them. – The water represents your sensual side. If you get in it, this means that you basically feel good about it. If not, perhaps you avoid it, or it’s not particularly important to you, or enjoyable. – The shelter is your view of home life. Again, if you spend the night, it’s likely you feel comfortable about your present home situation. – The fence represents religion. Does it have hard lines, or broken ones? Is it imposing, or easy to jump over? – The field represents your view of heaven. Is it pleasant, or threatening? Do you go over the fence and into the field? If so, you’re probably not afraid of death. Charades: Applications for Android and IOS: Charades (free)/ Heads UP (0,99 Euro) Mahatma Gandhi’s quotation: “Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.”

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