Avoiding power struggles and strategies for students who lack of participation

Avoiding  power struggles and strategies for students who lack of participation
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When students disrupt the rules in the classroom, firstly, teacher gaze at their misbehavior, then move toward students, and the action is quietly and privately talk to offending students. Teacher ensures that students in question are not embarrassed in the front of rest class.

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  • 1、Respect your classmates in your words and actions 2、Listen when someone else is talking 3、Class time is for class activities
  • Tom grabed my pen.
  • Peter, in this situation, you may raise hand and tell me what happened, you should consider our rules. 
  • Teacher should avoid dragged into conficit.When they calm down, take them from situation, then talk with each other.
  • I also like his pen, but I still wait after class to have a look. You should  solve private problem after class too. In this situation, you may see our rules on the bulletin board
  • Try keeping a list of rules and expectations on the bulletin board,when a student attmps to engage in the conflict, simply point to the rules on the list.
  • I just like his pen 
  • I am not pleased to participate their activity.
  • Who want to answer my question?
  • Er....I think....
  • Call on student frequently. Increase student's attention and help student attend better.  Boost student's confidence  and reduce them unwanted distraction.
  • Lucy, please answer my question.
  • Praise when involvement occur. Some students need outward motivators. It can increase student's desire to drive to succeed, and help student push through difficulty and barrier. 
  • Good job Lucy. Your answer is very throughtful, and provide new idea for me.
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