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ESL Classroom Management

课堂管理

Classroom Management is one of the biggest factors in being able to teach effectively. It is can be challenge for many teachers in their respective countries and it is even more so in an TEFL classroom.
There is no magic bullet for managing a class as an ESL Teacher but in the below videos and blogs posts we provide what has worked for us.

In addition, remember to download our rules slide by click on the ppt picture icon.

 

March 21, 2018


Compliance is basically having students do what you tell them to do, but how do you achieve that? You build it.

My first few classes with new students will always start with teaching classroom commands / rules.
These commands I turn into a compliance sequence by getting the students to act out the commands and reward them with points and praise the students who are most compliant.

You can have the students stand up, sit dow...

March 7, 2018

A points system is one of the most valuable classroom management tools and ESL teacher has.
I split my class into teams based on the rows and get them to give me a team name based on a theme like fruits, animals etc.
I use a tally system as it's easy to alter but you could do stars, smiley etc.

A points system has many benefits;
Firstly, it's fun! Kids thrive on healthy competition.
It can be as means to encourage students wi...

March 6, 2018

The most effective classroom management is proactive not reactive.
How can you be proactive?

One way is your choice of teaching material.
Firstly, your materials (ppts, songs, stories, games etc) should be appropriate for your students’ age and graded to their English level.

Next, you need to choose materials that appeal to a child’s eyes, so it should be bright, colorful, fun, funny and even cute.
Take a look at the day-to-...

March 2, 2018



Students can be disruptive for a multitude of reasons from boredom to attention seeking to special needs there’s no one way to deal with disruption so here are some strategies I use.
 

I’ve found the most effective way to deal with disruptive students is peer discipline.

I use a points tally reward system so If a student from a team is disruptive I will deduct a point from the team.
Normally, the students from that team will...

January 3, 2018

In my school, there are photos of each class with their head teacher bānzhǔrèn 班主任. I take a picture of this and if I have any problems with certain students then I can go to the head teacher and point out the problem student

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