C. Analysis In this chapter, I will make critical analysis on the results of the classroom observation with my opinion. 1. Teacher’s Classroom Management a. Managing students to pay attention to the lesson According to Warfield (2016) mentioned that classroom surrounding very affects to student performance. So, this is the teachers’ duties to make the students pay attention to the lesson when the students feel so bored and lost their concentration during the lesson.
As soon as students get in they set up their assignment’s to be check by the teacher. She walks around and check that. After that she takes attendance. After that she double checks absences with the students. Right after that she starts teaching, but before doing so, she restates classroom rules.
Students had some opportunities to speak in English at the class. They read the textbook and practiced with other students. However, other than that time, we just read the textbook and solved the questions. I remember that I enjoyed listening time at Junior high English class. Our teacher asked us to listen to an English song, try to write the lyrics and catch the meanings.
How could a narrator know what Miss Sidley was doing or what was happening in the class and still narrate the story at the same time, unless the narrator was in the class; took note on everything – whether there were any one of them giggled or whispered behind Miss Sidley’s back or chewed on sweets, listened attentively and focused on everything that was going on in the class. When I, as a reader, read the word ‘now’, it felt like the
As teachers, we plan for student learning, we plan for success of the student and, we teach students in hopes that they will learn. As teachers, we do a lot of things to ensure that some type of learning is taking place within our classroom, but have we ever stopped and thought to ask our students “what is learning”? When they are completing assignments, homework, or projects, are they thinking about learning or is it just something that just sort of happens? According to 14 year old Jane Doe, “learning is understanding what makes every place their own place and everything their own thing.” Through several observations, interview sessions, research and talking with her other teachers, I was not only able to see how different theories of cognitive and social development tied into her learning patterns, but I was also able to see how Jane’s custom definition of learning came alive in her mind, and why she thought of learning the way she did. ACCORDING TO PIAGET According to Piaget’s theory of intellectual development, Jane Doe, at age 14, has exceeded the concrete operational and is well into the formal operational stages of development (Eggen & Kauchak, 2010, P. 37).
3.3) Explain how you create and maintain a purposeful learning environment applying theories of behaviour management. "Classroom management is the orchestration of the learning environment of a group of individuals within a classroom setting." It is a process that communicates facts of teacher thoughts and confidence on the content and the learning methods where learners are encouraged and instructed to take responsibilities for their own behaviour and act accordingly. Creating a persistent learning environment is considered complicated at the start of the course. Being a teacher, we always express the expectation of the behaviour maintain in the learning environment and to observe how learner interacts with each other and with the educator.
Discourse analysis a broad term for the study of the way of analyzing the relationship between the language and context. It is also called discourse studies. Discourse in classroom is the term that refers to the language that teachers and students use to communicate with each other in the classroom. The teacher’s instructions extremely affect to the students’ acquirement in classroom so a successful teacher is a person who can use their language to teach students and manage classroom effectively. It means that appropriate teacher discourse can create the harmonious atmosphere and promotes a more friendly relationship between teachers and students, and consequently creates more opportunities for interactions between teachers and students (LIU Yanfen & ZHAO Yuqin, 2010).
Thin socialization takes place in the classroom where detailed learning and instructions takes place. Here a learner is said to be socialised when he or she is introduced to intentional instruction by the teacher, these instructions include obtaining forms and terms of knowledge such as learning business studies. Once a learner has mastered the different subject has different discourses, that learner is said to be socialised. Thin socialisation also take place whereby teacher set rules and give instructions to the learners, e.g. a teacher ask learners to sit in pair and write their SWOT in the exercise book.
One of which that many forget that crucially affect students is the class environment. Class environment is where students and teachers can communicate on a specific lesson so that students become more knowledgeable of that topic. Usually the two types of teaching methods that happen in class are banking and problem-posing. The banking method is where the teacher is superior to the students in such that the students do not interact with the teacher, but instead record what the teacher says. After recording the information on paper, they then memorize every information given to them by the teacher or on the board.
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