JACOB KOUNIN INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT THEORY PDF

Edupedia June 10, Research by Jacob Kounin, who was inspired by William Glasser, found that the difference between teachers is not how they deal with misconduct, but how they prevent it in the first place. His conclusion listed four factors that underlie classroom management success. Teachers should let students know that they have the full view of the classroom, and as soon as the teacher spots misbehavior, the teacher indicates visually with facial expression to the student that he or she has seen the misbehavior. This is usually enough to stop the behavior without the rest of the class being aware.

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Students only use English in English lessons. Students are unconfident and shy to use English. Students have different mother tongue first language Insufficient and ineffective of basic skills and foundations in English learning.

Withitness may only be effective for experienced teacher A beginning teacher thus should discuss with the class teacher about the students e. An experienced teacher is teaching English in a classroom. Since she knows her students very well, thus she knows who are usually misbehave in the classroom.

Whenever the misbehave students cause interruptions to the class, the teacher calls out his name and warns him. For example, In a classroom, when a teacher asks a question, a pupil raises her hand up and answers the question correctly. Then, teacher praises her or asks other pupils give her a round of applause. This will make others to be a good model and encourages others to answer the questions. This problems lead to failure in early pupils foundations in English learning. Not applicable for teachers who are teaching with no proper lesson planning switch lesson suddenly out of topic , lack of momentum during teaching These will cause pupils to lose their focus in learning.

When a teacher is teaching, suddenly she saw the class window is dusty. Then, she asks a pupils about it. Ali, did you clean the window in the morning just now? This will subsequently affect the momentum of the lesson.

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Students only use English in English lessons. Students are unconfident and shy to use English. Students have different mother tongue first language Insufficient and ineffective of basic skills and foundations in English learning. Withitness may only be effective for experienced teacher A beginning teacher thus should discuss with the class teacher about the students e. An experienced teacher is teaching English in a classroom.

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Jacob Kounin-Instructional Management Theory

Zukree We live in an era when research tells us that the teacher is probably the single most important factor affecting student achievement—at least the single most important factor that we can do much about. Of the four elements outlined in Chapter 1, this is probably the most unusual, jacov least in terms of its title—mental set. Next, specific programs that are particularly strong in a given aspect of classroom management are considered. I discuss, manaagement non-technical terms, the results of that meta-analysis throughout the book, and they form the foundation for my recommendations. Overlapping is the ability for a teacher to in a word, multi-task. The teacher should know each student on a personal basis i.

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Meztigul Registration Forgot your password? Discipline and Group Management in Classrooms. Briefly acknowledging student misbehavior at first detection to let the student and the class know that the teacher is aware, thus preventing an escalation of the misbehavior. According to Kounin, overlapping and withitness are critical to preventing off task and unwanted behaviour in the classroom.

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