Let’s take a trip to school to look at a few proper etiquette for one to use in the classroom. Look at scenarios and answer questions on how to proceed, to see if you know your stuff.
Remain quiet until the students are quiet.
Change the lesson strategy to a distinctly different activity.
Hold a hand in the air, thereby nonverbally asking for quiet.
Talk louder or, if necessary, yell over their noise, telling them to be quiet.
Direct
Silent
Indirect
Ineffective
Send Eduard to the office for detention and a follow-up parent conference.
Suggest another task for Eduard, such as working alone at a learning center.
Tell Eduard that if he doesn't cooperate he will have to run 10 laps around the school grounds.
Tell Eduard that if he doesn't cooperate he will have to write 100 times a sentence describing why hewill not cooperate.
Young people are unruly by nature.
Administrators do not adequately support teachers.
Most student misbehavior in the classroom is preventable.
An occasional use of corporal punishment is absolutely necessary to retain control.
Ignore the infraction but remember it for later
Gently and quietly remind the student of classroom procedures
Detain the student after school and phone the student's parents for a conference
Obtain the attention of all students and reprimand the students, thereby reminding all students of expected classroom procedures
Consider changing the task
Immediately call all their parents
Send the off-task students to the office
Ignore their off task behavior and work with the students who are on task
Warning, isolation, and suspension
Warning, subordination, and anxiety
Orderliness, consistency, and fairness
Punishment, detention, and suspension
A well-prepared lesson
Support from the principal
The threat of the use of corporal punishment
a teacher who is physically intimidating to the students
Send the student to a designated and supervised time out area.
Send the student to the library for the remainder of the class period.
Send the student to the principal's office, and notify the office that the student is being sent there and why.
Tell the student to stand in the hallway outside of the classroom until you have a chance to come out there and talk with the student.
Skills used by teachers for supervising student behavior
Natural consequences in dealing with disruptive classroom behavior
) teacher strategies especially necessary for working in multicultural classrooms
Techniques for integrating mild and moderately disabled students into the regular education classroom
Frown
Nagging
Threats, and ultimatums
Loud talking, yelling, and screaming
All the above are okay for teachers to use
Withitness
Overlapping skill
Effective group control
Good movement management
Don’t plagiarize your paper.
I will know if you have copied someone else’s work.
Please use your own ideas, but credit others when you do use theirs.
If you try to turn in your first writing draft without rewriting it, I promise you will receive a low grade.
Routinizing clerical tasks
Controlling student behavior
Disallowing any nonsense from students
running a businesslike classroom where students are under self-control and work diligently at their learning tasks free from distractions
Keep foot traffic in the classroom to a minimum.
Constantly be aware of all activity in your classroom.
When necessary, punish by lowering the students’ academic grades.
Maintain the pacing of lessons so that all students feel some pressure.
routinizing clerical tasks
controlling student behavior
disallowing any nonsense from students
running a businesslike classroom where students are under self-control and where they work diligently at their learning tasks free from distractions
how students enter and exit the classroom
whether students are allowed to leave their assigned seats whenever they please
how students are expected to leave their seats to obtain materials, to sharpen pencils, for a drink of water, and to see the teacher, and to use the wastebasket
All the above
Consider changing the task
immediately call all parents and guardians from the room telephone
ignore their off task behaviors and work with those students who are on task
send all off-task students to the office of the appropriate school administrator
Ignore the infraction but remember it for later
gently and unobtrusively remind the student of the correct procedure
detain the student after school and phone the student’s parents for a conference
Obtain the attention of all students and reprimand the students, thereby reminding all students of expected procedures
the more rules you have at the start the better
Start with no rules and then build a list as necessary and appropriate
Establish and start with the minimum number absolutely necessary, probably no more than about five
a list of 12 rules is the minimum required to cover basic expectations for most middle school and secondary school situations