FCT4_Task_2 - FCT4FOT Task 2 Running head FCT4-FOT TASK 2 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FCT4-FOT Task 2 Classroom Management Expectations Western Governors

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FCT4-FOT Task 2      Running head: FCT4-FOT TASK 2 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FCT4-FOT Task 2 Classroom Management - Expectations Western Governors University
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FCT4-FOT Task 2      A.1. Throughout a typical school day, a secondary math teacher would be expected to face the in class activity of beginning and ending a class period numerous times. As student filter into the room they need direction and guidance of what is expected of them to create the best learning environment possible for each class. There should be clear procedures in place to address seating, attendance tracking, and homework collection. For the end of the class, there needs to be a procedure in place of how the current students will help prepare the room for the next class. A standard also needs to be in place for how the kids will be dismissed. A second daily in class activity would be the student’s attention and participation during the teacher’s lesson. To be successful with this task, a teacher must again have clear policies and procedures in place. The students should have a full understanding of what is expected of them when the lesson is being given. As a math teacher, lesson instruction could include a lecture format, hands on learning such as projects with a graphing calculator or websites, and multiple other scenarios. Procedures for note taking, answering the teacher’s questions, as well as the student’s questions should be addressed prior to giving the lesson. The standards and expectations should be clear for each type of lesson given by the teacher. A.2.
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FCT4-FOT Task 2      For the beginning of the class period, I would have the expectation that each student is in their desk, with all needed supplies, ready to work when the tardy bell rings. This would allow for class to begin promptly, and help create the focus of academic achievement for the students. Another expectation would be that once the tardy bell rings, students are expected to begin work
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course TEACHING C 1209 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Western Governors.

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FCT4_Task_2 - FCT4FOT Task 2 Running head FCT4-FOT TASK 2 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FCT4-FOT Task 2 Classroom Management Expectations Western Governors

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