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The Art of Classroom Management

Author/Editor: Peggy Huang
Volume: 1
Edition: Paperback
Size: 19cm x 26cm
Target audience: English teachers/College students in English or Applied Foreign Language related departments/Those interested in the field of English education
Language: Traditional Chinese/English
Series: Teacher Resource Series

 

A Creative Way of Managing a Class
An Energetic Vitamin for English Teachers


         How can students be taught to be more positive about themselves and reach their full potential? How can a class be managed so that teachers can be more creative and passionate? How can a school be operated to create an optimal learning environment? A group of Joy's senior English teachers have created new theories and methods, called An Energetic Vitamin for English Teachers, through their teaching experiences to make class management more successful.

         In a very dynamic classroom, teachers have to face different challenges. This book not only features a storytelling style that brings out the definition, objective and other influential factors of class management, but also provides practical evaluation tables that analyze a teacher’s characteristics and teaching style, the type of parents and a student’s characteristics and learning habits. Based on the tables, schools, teachers, parents and students can communicate and cooperate with each other, and find out the principles of "dos and Don’ts." Moreover, Ms. Enjoy with a lot of experience on academic affairs and teaching will share her secrets of success of managing a class with you. 

         To manage "before class," "during class," and "after class" are the focal points of this book; providing methods of management, class preparation, problem solving, creating activities and learning effectiveness in all different levels. In addition, to run a class is like to run a business in that both need strategies. In order to create great strategies, this book advises teachers to first understand the functions, principles and methods of reward and punishment, and through the use of the Time Quotient Survey and class activities mentioned in this chapter, teachers can both manage a class more effectively and enhance their management abilities. Moreover, the Joy Poker is highly recommended to be used with this book so students can grow with confidence. Also, the self-evaluation sheet can help students analyze and discuss what they have learned, and follow effective strategies to reach their goals.

                 The top twenty problems related to teaching are listed in the last chapter, and the most effective and practical ways of solving these problems are also listed by Ms. Enjoy. This book is the book for those who are new English teacher or are limited by policies or requests under the administration system. It is also the best choice for senior English teachers who want to get back their dream and passion on teaching, and other teachers who want to be a better teacher.

A storytelling style that brings out the definition, objective and other influential factors of class management,
Practical evaluation tables that analyze a teacher’s characteristics and teaching style, the type of parents and a student’s characteristics and learning habits, and help find out the principles of "dos and don’ts."
"Before class," "during class," and "after class" management methods for class preparation, creating activities, modifying teaching plans, and enhancing and learning effectiveness.
Five bonus strategies to enhance classroom management
Authentic examples and Q&A to better illustrate the principles of good management.
Vivid graphs, charts, and illustrations that bring the information to life
A Joy Poker and confidence booster CD for your students.

A Joy Poker and confidence booster CD

About the Author

Peggy Huang

Part-time Associate Professor, Taipei Municipal University of Education
Ph.D. Program in English Teaching, Graduate School of English, Tamkang University
M.A. University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

Amelia Hsu‧Ann Yang‧Christine Lin‧Cindy Lin‧Emily Yuan‧Grace Bu‧ Jeffery Wang‧Joyce Huang‧Judy Hsu‧Lily Lin‧Liz Wu‧Liza Gao‧Lydia Tsai‧ Sharon Chang‧Tina Cheng‧Winnie Huang‧Evonnie Chiang

Chapter One      Introduction of Class Management
Chapter Two      Knowing Teachers, Students and Parents
2.1 Knowing a Teacher’s Role and Teaching Style
2.2 Knowing the Types of Students
2.3 Knowing the Types of Parents
Chapter Three     Secrets of Keeping a Good Relationship among Teachers, A school, Students and Parents 
3.1 The Relationship between Teachers and School
3.2 The Relationship between Teachers and Students
3.3 The Relationship between Teachers and Parents
Chapter Four "Before Class," "During Class," and "After Class" Management Methods
4.1 "Before class"
4.2 "During Class"
4.3 "After Class"
Chapter Five The Strategies for Class Management
5.1 The Methods of Rewards and Punishments
5.2 Making Students Confident—Joy Poker
        5.3 Making Students Self-Motivated
        5.4 Time Management for Teachers
        5.5 Activities Related to Class Management
Chapter Six      Q&A Related to Class Management

 

The Art of Classroom Management
The Art of Classroom Management

ISBN-10: 9574483177
ISBN-13: 9789574483174
Date of Publication: November, 2009
Pages: 248

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