classroom management task 1.rtf - classroom management task 1 A1a physical arrangement description of the physical arrangement of an observed classroom

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classroom management task 1 A1a. physical arrangement - description of the physical arrangement of an observed classroom In observing the first classroom in the video, I can see right away that this teacher has a nontraditional stye of teaching. The desk are all set in groups throughout the room with three students per group. This classroom set up allows the teacher to move more freely throughout the room and he/she is able to work more one on one with each individual group. At the front of the room there is a large blackboard on the wall with a bulletin board to the right of it. At the top of the blackboard there is a pull down screen and in front a single podium. One will find a large note pad set on an easel to the right of the board as well. The teacher has all of his learning materials such as; text books, reference books, and supplies accessible on open book selves against one wall. At the back of the room in the corner there is the teachers desk. From this angle he is able to see the entire class, the front door, and what each student is involved in. The teacher has also set himself up to protect his own materials such as graded papers, test papers, and personal supplies. It appears that there is no reason a student should be by his desk unless talking to him or has permission. This set up works well for his level of class skill and for his nontraditional style of teaching. teachers desk in back corner students grouped in three books and supplies accessible along side wall blackboard at front of class.
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