The intensity of such classroom disruptions depends on the teacher’s reaction to them, though dealing with those disturbances may not be as important as the teacher’s accurate classroom management as an essential preventive measure. So the question is: What can teachers expect and how can they effectively handle discipline problems? This paper explores the problem of classroom disruptions and offers a solution for those on the basis of an appropriate example: Paul is frequently entering class late and as soon as he is in there he’s making a show of his delay. During the lesson he is always more interested in his cell phone and texting than in the lesson itself. Also he is used to distract other students by talking to them.
They worry that the questions presented to them may be different than the things they studied. They worry that they will freeze and forget vital information. They may also worry about time constraints, and their ability to express their thoughts and explain their answer in essay questions. A poor student will tend to dread tests as a matter of course, but, as touched upon in the last paragraph, this phobia can afflict any type of student. A student who is demanding of themselves, and a perfectionist, will also be susceptible to this disorder.
The uneasiness the “n-word” creates in class is important because it causes teachers and students to face the word and discuss their feelings about it, which is an important conversation. Ignoring the word or choosing not to read it because it is offensive and people are too uncomfortable to read it gives the word more power. To take away this power, we must acknowledge the word which degrades its offensiveness and helps people deal with it. “The understandable discomfort the word “nigger” causes students and teachers is a part of a conversation; part of the point of reading that book in school is to have
These simple rules that conduct a proper sentence are ignored because students are used to not using them in text messages. Texting is harming written English amongst adolescents and it is giving bad habits. Students start to use abbreviations like “LOL” and “SMH” in their writing thinking that it is ok but it isn’t. Students start to miss punctuations when needed and aren’t doing basic things like
Homework should be banned Schools should not give homework for a variety of reasons. Learning is best done at school and stress is often caused by work given by schools. The need to do lots of additional work makes pupils prefer not to learn more about the topic. As students do undesirable activities, they lose otherwise better spent time with their family and friends. Thus it is clear that homework should be banned.
Because of these problems, a child’s comprehension will diminish on a consistent basis because they will be concentrating solely on pronouncing the words rather than understanding what the words mean and how they connect to a story or passage. Instruction is crucial when it comes to the elements of reading fluency: accurate word identification, rate, and prosody; also, exceptional teachers will become quickly aware of each child’s needs in his/her classroom and will plan accordingly to provide proper instruction for these students. To begin, the most important reason why reading fluency must be constantly taught and assessed is because of its strong correlation to reading comprehension; according to this article, “poor automaticity in word reading or slow, laborious movement through the text taxes the reader’s capacity to construct an ongoing interpretation of the text”(703). They also state that without accurate word identification and poor prosody, a child may change the author’s intended meaning by substituting or misreading a word, or perhaps changing or omitting the author’s intended punctuation for
Despite the disagreements, strict disciplinary actions need to be enforced in schools to avoid bullying; because, it disrupts the learning environment, causes future disadvantages, and makes the victims become emotionally unstable. To begin with, not having strict disciplinary actions enforced in schools causes bullying to disrupt the learning environment. For example, victims of bullying find it impossible to concentrate in class while their bully is distracting them: This shows that not having strict disciplinary actions enforced in school could make many victims of bullying adapt school phobia. Additionally, fights in school that both the bully, and victim engages in diverts both of them from their learning process; this demonstrates, not having strict disciplinary actions in school is not only disruptive, but also dangerous. Lastly, constant fights, suspensions, or lack of the ability to cooperate in school with other students, makes it hard for bullies to apply for other schools due to their behavioral issues.
Violence can also cause implications for the child as a result of emotional, physical and mental states which can contribute to stress and anxiety resulting in loss of confidence and self-esteem. Attitudes and lack of support to learning also impacts for example a family who isn’t educated and think it’s not important will most likely not encourage the child to participate or complete homework set and show no interest in their learning or behaviour, allowing negative behaviour within school witch impacts on the quality of learning that child receives but also impacts on the quality the other children receive too. 2.3 Explain how theories of development and framework to support development influences current practice. SEE ATTACHED
When effective communication is missing, this can cause teachers to misunderstand or be ignorant of the child’s needs; further more pupils may not feel listened too. This could result in the pupil feeling worried or angry. Teachers need to form positive approach and effective communication to help children understand the boundaries expected of them. Sharing information means parents develop a clear appreciation of their child’s true strengths, showing the child that parent and teacher both want the ultimate goal for the child, leaving the child to feel comfortable about making mistakes and acting accordingly to put them right and voicing this to the teachers to allow teachers to help in areas needed. The two way key effective communications are verbal and nonverbal.
Thought the poem also talks about how children see the world how they want to see it. If they still want to believe the myths, then they will. Also, the idea that adults will always try to protect children's eyes and prevent them from seeing what the world i actually like, that it doesn't have all those fairytales in it, but yet one day they will and have to find out that the world isn't really like that. The speaker in the poem uses verbal irony to explain the bullies in the history class. When the author separates "and the smart" in line 16, he emphasizes that the children in his class are not smart since they are not learning the correct information.