Secondly I feel that from my experience of AEE, I have been made very aware of the intersections between ability, language and social class. I will take this area of diversity with me throughout my teaching as I feel that it is generally overlooked in schools. The language that some textbooks, exam papers and even teachers use is not suited to the students. The students are not at that level linguistically so I feel that teachers should be aware of this, and incorporate it into their teaching. This could be done by avoiding bias within chosen texts or the assessment techniques applied.
For example, a teacher pairs me up with people I dislike. Even though I dislike them, I still have to work with them and treat their ideas and opinions with respect. In school, if I treat a teacher with respect, they might favor bumping your grade up from a high B+ to an A-. When I make friends, I have to be respectful as well. If I act rude and condescending, then no one would want to be my friend.
Zhan Zehui and Li Xiaohua thinks that teachers designs and carry out to blended learning, but they find its effectiveness they do not willing to continue. “Blended learning requires teachers to pay a lot of time on familiar the design process and methods of blended learning, the operation of a variety of delivery methods and the characteristics and use of medias to design a variety of teaching and learning strategies which based on curriculum objectives. Try their best to collect, collate, make learning resources” (p.29). From this perspective we can see that there are societies also give negative assumptions about the creation of these learning methods. They may look from different perspectives.
First, students should be prepared for any reading by their professors giving them a brief summary of what they are going to be reading throughout the course. “Good teachers should prepare their students in the course of regular learning”. I do believe that it is the job of a professor to prepare the students for their learning outcomes, so they could be successful with their future English classes. In my opinion, teachers should include trigger warnings on their syllabus. For example, Professor McKenzie explained at the beginning of the course about the traumatic events from the reading, “Seductive Poison”, so her students would not be surprised.
Undoubtedly, every teacher may have different attitudes toward the cultural diversity, so there is hard to unify the various thinking of the teacher. The perspective will carry out by the school which means that the teacher’s own feeling toward that perspective will not be added into the teaching process. Student can learn the perspective with their own understanding, rather the influence of the teacher. What’s more, the quality of this course can be ensured if the course is implemented by the school
Robinson claimed that our school system is basically based on factory lines, and it made me felt strongly agree with him because it was well known that students had to follow all the commands that their teacher asked them to do in schools. (MP#1) Based on Robinson’s statement, own creative thoughts is more important than own good grade to every student. (ELAC) At first, all of children have their own opinions and understandings in some aspects, and they like to use their own ways to solve problems that they suffer until they attend school. In most schools, students can only follow the way that their teachers teach them in class to solve the questions. (ELAC)Especially in Asia, teachers always leave a strict and inviolability impression to students, and students can not against the rules that their teachers create to them.
If u can’t communicate with students well that u can’t education well, It's a vicious circle. Instead, American teachers tend to build relationships with students. American teachers hope that students will fully integrate into the classroom teaching and communicate with teachers and classmates. Students can speak without raising their hands. Every student has his or her own opinion, whether it's right or wrong, and it's important to express your opinion.
Romantic:- teacher is make possible learning and pupil free to choose whatever they should learn. There are two major sub- role of teacher such as Disciplinarian:- teacher have responsibility to organize activities within classroom, divide class into group, time management. Instructor:- determine what it should be learn, how it should be learn, take watch as proof of learning. The pupil have very complex attitude and it is difficult for teacher to understand it and recognize it. Pupil like school accept teacher because they think that teacher play strict, disciplinary role, instructor role.
Students Should Grade Their Teachers Dan Rather: “The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called 'truth'”. Teachers dominate students in class if they have a strong personality and know well when to be strict and when to be tolerant as they lead students to the right path for their future career. Skillful educators have to put too much consideration for students’ points of view, as this will be like a mirror which you can see everything through it. Students should be allowed to grade their teachers in order to inform them about their level of teaching and if they are being fair in grading the students. Students participation in teachers’
These include emotional, mental, and behavioural difficulties. It is observed that the information is not presented to the teacher making it important to view the issues with open mind. Although the teacher cannot immediately find solutions to the problem but the teacher must be capable enough to become aware of the situation and must have knowledge of the techniques that can be used for facilitating students. The students that are passive are characterised through failure or fearing relationships due to which it becomes important for them to avoid criticism, developing the environment of the class that is in close knit and rewarding success. These are the common needs of students that must be considered in effective class management because it helps in learning more easily and conveniently.
Reinhart explains that through this technique, the teacher and the student must reverse the roles of the typical classroom; the teacher must become the listener and the student must become the explainer. The teacher should make sure that each student is involved in the lesson, ask process questions, open-ended questions, be patient when waiting for answers to these questions, and ultimately never say anything a kid can say. This method is something that I would like to implement in my future classroom. I know that it will take practice and perseverance, but it is something that I know I can
By the time the model questions have been completed, the scaffolding will almost be completely removed and the students will be working independently. This conforms to the notion of “hand over principle”, Dunphy and Dunphy (2003). When the students work independently, the teacher should have his strategies to deal with frustrations ready. He has to make sure that the contents of the task fall within the students ZPD and a good interaction with the students is provided, Wood, Bruner and Ross (1976). Students should be given meaningful feedback which is a very crucial point, particularly a verbal one as it allows a dialogue through talk.
Often students do not know how to reach out, who to talk to or how to respond to a conflict. For this reason conflicts escalate, even though there are people who are able to train teachers and peers to handle such conflict in healthy way. The traditional school conflict resolution method, where adult decides the outcome for the student is becoming inefficient, so peer mediation provides the student with an opportunity to talk it out and resolve the conflict they. The students see the value n the program, they want to learn how to act when in conflict, beside just with anger and save valuable relationships. This peer mediation program would be effective by reducing violence and fights.
English educational literacy should be established through a demanding course of study integrated with clear, obvious language education. Lisa Delpit, in her article No Kinda Sense, says that “if students are to acquire a second language form in school, teachers must not only see their students as non-deficient, they must understand their brilliance, and the brilliance of their home language” (42). Delpit goes on to argue that the damaging reaction to students’ home language by the adults around them guarantees that the children will shun the school’s language and everything else