3 Which behavior strategies were effective in managing the behavior of the

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3. Which behavior strategies were effective in managing the behavior of the learners? In motivating students? Why were they effective? Reinforcing positive behaviors and minimizing undesirable traits of the learners. Motivation is a good strategy in supporting the child’s existing abilities and interests of the learners. The teacher will find it easier to handle and use a wider variety of teaching methods in this technique. If an approach doesn’t give the desired outcome, the teacher can always try another until it becomes effective or suitable for the learner. 24
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Your Reflections 1. Imagine yourself organizing your classroom in the future. In what grade/year level do you see yourself? What routines and procedures would you consider for this level? Why? I think it would be in grade 6. This grade level is more suitable in me rather than in the lower grades as this can reflect my personality and overall look as a teacher. It is easier to deal with students at this stage because they have more experience in learning rather than in earlier grade levels. There were many different routines that I can try and explore to handle the class. They can be disciplined verbally and it is easier to get their attention. I observed this kind of class in my mother’s class. Though I still also want to try in pre-school because it is my major. It poses a big challenge for me. I want to consider the routines that emphasize the child’s behavior and build their character in group works and socialization plays and activities. I believe this kind of approach can help in promoting good working relations in children as well as proper manners inside the class which can result for better learning. 2. Make a list of the rules you are likely to implement in this level. Why would you choose these rules? Be kind to your fellow classmates, Maintain the surroundings clean, Listen to the teacher, Do not quarrel with each other and say “I am sorry” if you have done something wrong. I chose these rules to make each child aware of the basic do’s and don’ts common in a class. They have to understand that it is for their own well-being and it must serve as a guiding principle that cleanliness, respect and acceptance is a major component for an effective and friendly school environment. It is essential to promote good manners to the children because most of them have the potential that they will carry this kind of behavior for the rest of their lives. It will nurture them as a good citizen of the school and community if they will continue this as they grow which I hope they will. 3. Should learners be involved in making the class rules? Why? Yes, the learners should get involved in making class rules because they will feel that they really have to obey and follow it. They will develop the feeling that they should act upon their own words because they are the ones who approved and helped make the rules. They will realize that they are not cooperative students if they are the ones who would disobey the rule.
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  • Winter '18
  • Everdina Giltendez
  • Alex Drake, Pagbilao East Elementary School

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