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How to make classroom rules effectively

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In this presentation is a research of how to make classroom rules effectively. There are actually 6 questions to ask, but the last question I thought it is just how to continue adopting the rules so I choose only 5 questions to include in this slide.

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How to make classroom rules effectively

  1. 1. PRESENTATION BY: SRENG PAGNA Tel: (855)97 77 56 098 / (855) 96 90 96 091 E-mail: pagna.org@gmail.com
  2. 2. HOW TO MAKE EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM RULES
  3. 3. What & Why Classroom Rules How to create Classroom Rules Classroom Rules used in the classroom What will be covered
  4. 4. What is Classroom Rule?
  5. 5. Classroom rules are what teacher wants her students to learn or acquire in classroom. Classroom rules are sentences or phrases related to the way students behave or learn in the classroom. They are set to demonstrate the students a good way of learning and behaving. Classroom Rules tell students what is right or wrong to do or act in the classroom. Classroom Rules are also a way that teachers can easily control their students in the classroom.
  6. 6. create Classroom Rules? Questions Who will participate in? What behaviors will serve as the basis for the classroom rules? How will I phrase the classroom rules? How many rules should I use?
  7. 7. create Classroom Rules? Questions How will I communicate the rules to my students?
  8. 8. Who will participate in rule creation? Teacher and Students Teacher Only An effective way. “Students play an informal role in rule creation, because rules follow students’ behavior and classroom need” Stevenson (1991) Observing the students’ attitudes is very important for all teachers
  9. 9. What behaviors will serve as the basis for the classroom rules? - Excessive student talk and volume or students talk a lot. - Students interrupt others. - Students do not appear ready to learn. - Students do not have correct school supplies ready. - Students push and talk getting into line. - Frequent inappropriate out of seat behavior. - Students hit each other. - Students work slowly.
  10. 10. Setting students’ behavior also gives teachers benefits Teachers can set the their classroom rules responding directly to their students’ behavior. Observing their students’ mistakes making in the classroom, so teachers can create classroom rules to prevent the students from acting that way.
  11. 11. Setting students’ behavior also gives teachers benefits Make teachers understand their students more. That is why I said you should see your students’ behavior
  12. 12. How to phrase my classroom rules?
  13. 13. Types of phrases you can use Positive Negative Raise your hands to talk Eat outside Do not shout in the classroom Do not eat in the classroom
  14. 14. Positive Rules encourage use of positive interactions, Positive while negative rules promote using aversive and punishment Negative
  15. 15. Positive Negativ e Too long
  16. 16. How many rules should I use? Avoid Too many rules Fewer statements and words Minimize students’ confusion Make it easy to students to remember how they should (not) behave in the classroom
  17. 17. How many rules should I use? Too many rules teacher becomes too serious to the students cause some problems to his or her teaching as teachers sometimes need to be fun in some cases students may not respect the rules effectively Rules become useless
  18. 18. NOT MORE THAN
  19. 19. How will I communicate my rules to my students?
  20. 20. Post Publicly clearly teaching rules to the class Rules should be posted where all learners can observe them and in a manner that enables teachers to readily make reference to them
  21. 21. Post Publicly clearly teaching rules to the class Rules should be posted where all learners can observe them and in a manner that enables teachers to readily make reference to them
  22. 22. Some rules should be change each term to follow your students’ behavior and keep those which apply to their current behavior KEEP IN MIND THAT
  23. 23. - DOUGLAS E. KOSTEWICZ, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH - KATHY L. RUHL AND RICHARD M. KUBINA JR,THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

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