Demonstrating the action verb “bite” myteacher’s false teeth got off!After introducing myself on first day ofsemester, my ...
Are all classroomdisruptionsalways student-caused?
Could amisbehaviour inclass be a possibesymptom of a‘teacher-caused’-related ‘headache’of a student?
Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher...
Resolve as to how thesevariables maynegatively affectstudent’s motivation tolearn.
common “teacher-caused” relatedclassroom misbehaviours of students
For a 5-minuteBRAINSTORMING
Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher...
How can these variables(the 3 A’s) negativelyaffect your student’s—1.Academic Performance2.Soft Skills Development3.Affect...
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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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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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: "Teacher's Crimes in the Class"

  1. 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. 2. Are all classroomdisruptionsalways student-caused?
  3. 3. Could amisbehaviour inclass be a possibesymptom of a‘teacher-caused’-related ‘headache’of a student?
  4. 4. Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher is theopposite of theirexpectations?
  5. 5. Resolve as to how thesevariables maynegatively affectstudent’s motivation tolearn.
  6. 6. common “teacher-caused” relatedclassroom misbehaviours of students
  7. 7. For a 5-minuteBRAINSTORMING
  8. 8. Students are so idealistic about howtheirteacherlooks, behaves, andperforms duties inside the classroom.What ifthe teacher is theopposite of theirexpectations?
  9. 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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