100 completely new ideas for managing behaviour / Johnnie Young.
By: Young, Johnnie.Material type: BookSeries: Continuum one hundreds: Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum International Pub. Group, c2011Description: xv, 120 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781441169082 (alk. paper); 1441169083 (alk. paper).Other title: One hundred completely new ideas for managing behaviour.Subject(s): School discipline | Classroom management | Behavior modification | Education, Primary | Teacher-student relationshipsDDC classification: 371.102/4
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This pick-and-mix treasure trove of advice is brimming with tried-and-tested strategies for managing behaviour in the secondary classroom.
The book contains 100 completely new ideas including:
suggested scripts and keywords designed to pacify even the most aggressive situation
short-term and longer term strategies
advice on pre-empting and avoiding challenging behaviour
ideas for thinking on your feet in extreme circumstances
This book will be invaluable to trainee teachers and NQTs, but it will also give experienced teachers new ideas and inspiration for better managing their students' behaviour.
1. Core skills you absolutely must learn : Your reaction to personal comments ; Holding the attention of the class at the crucial beginning of the lesson ; The advanced scan of the class ; There's tension in the air ; Softness without the edge ; The discerning eye and the discerning mind ; System, method and order ; One minute now or a full report? ; Guard your greatest asset ; Basic training -- 2. Be one step ahead : You don't have to solve everything on the spot! ; Interruptions to lessons ; Events ; The importance of feedback ; A way to be sure you know what is going on ; How to magnify your vigilance ; Your omniscient presence ; What happens next time? ; The power of symbols ; Research which pays huge rewards -- 3. It's not what you teach, it's how you teach it : Cross-curricular bridge of teaching ideas ; A great way to productively harness their energy ; How to bring information alive ; The magic of mysteries ; Hooking interest at the very start of a lesson ; Super charge 'self-centered' learning ; Entrusiasm ; Another way of getting the class to listen ; How students can help your presentation ; The best way of teaching -- 4. The language and attitude of success : The student who really has no interest at all in doing the work ; The holistic praise ; Tennis banter ; A shared plan of action ; Turning round negative conversations ; Making abstract rules seem concrete ; How to encourage success ; Description comparison ; Motivational people ; Starting the lesson on a high -- 5. For immediate effect : The first few lessons ; Observe experienced teachers ; Specific examples ; Immediately change how you plan ; The golden vision ; The instant power of the report ; Strategic deflective conversations ; We'll solve these problems together ; The deep desire to make a full set ; Occupying the few -- 6. Building longer term strategies : The behaviour management club ; Persistence ; Will they really model your behaviour? ; Do you care? ; Each moment ; Help them get what they want ; Conflicts between students ; When a student is in isolation ; Intelligent compromise ; The best support you can ever get -- 7. Common dangers and how to avoid them : Disruption before your lesson begins ; The slow motion button ; I don't get it! ; The whole class just can't be bothered ; Calling out ; Drawing on desks ; Two tier whole class listening ; Not paying attention ; Time is on your side ; Taking each other's property -- 8. Getting to the heart of problems through role plays : Arriving late: version 1 ; Arriving late: version 2 ; Moving an individual to another seat ; Moving towards a student ; Best way to reprimand ; What's wrong? ; The teacher's responses can change everything ; You're picking on me ; The student who will not work ; Aggression starting to build between students -- 9. Dealing with extreme behaviours : When calling for help is a strength ; Chunking the behaviour for small improvements ; Nothing is good enough ; Look at me ; A ray of light ; Aggression turned on you ; Temporary suspension of the lesson ; Ganging up on you ; Outright defiance ; The bottom line -- 10. A few 'off the wall' strategies : Maybe I was partly to blame ; The individual private track record ; Bonus point to the quietest side ; How do you describe things? ; The wind up book ; The little one to one sessions ; The secret code ; The music cue ; Eccentric little parables ; The something completely different spot.
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