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Prisca Sakeuh - TTT 552 Assignment 3.3 1. You are concerned about behavior in your lower level class. Several students are always late while others frequently forget their books, paper, pencils, or assignments. During presentations, students call out answers or comments, leave their seats to throw away paper or sharpen their pencils, and they often talk or write notes. During seatwork assignments, students work the first problem or two while you are watching, but then turn to their neighbors as soon as you turn your back to work with individual students. Some complain about having to do any work, and many do no work during the last ten minutes of the period as they get ready to leave and spend the time talking. You tried to establish order by using a system of fines in which students had to write out and turn in definitions of problems if they were caught misbehaving. This system had worked well with your average classes, but in this class you find you are constantly handing out fines and are unable to keep track of whether they were turned in. What other strategies could you try? Explain your answers in detail I think it is important to develop an appropriate and successful classroom for all students. The classroom should be a place where students feel comfortable and a place where students are in control of the behaviours and choices they make. Teacher need to always offer encouragement on a regular basis because it builds a supportive classroom environment. It encourages student to focus on their effort rather than their achievement. When this happens students receive positive feedback for trying
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