Classroom management techniques that improve on-task behaviors in high school world language classrooms
The research question addressed in this project was, Which classroom management techniques can I use in my high school World Language classroom to improve on-task behaviors? . The literature review discusses definitions and importance of classroom management, interventions, systems of interventions, classroom rules, consequences, classroom procedures, seating arrangements, lesson planning, lesson flow, and building relationships with students. The research includes a survey and a focus group. Experienced World Language teachers participated in the research and provide insights that a teacher can use in the classroom. Topics in the research include critical elements successful, unsuccessful and frequent interventions classroom rules preventing misbehaviors overcoming difficulties recommended resources classroom management issues specific to World Language classes target language use successful strategies important lessons and advice to other teachers. Techniques listed in the literature review and research results are practical and able to be used by teachers in high school classes.
Wenzel, Monica Dee Hansmann, "Classroom management techniques that improve on-task behaviors in high school world language classrooms" (2011). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 2401.
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