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Classroom Routines

Programa Ingls Abre Puertas


Unidad de Currculum y Evaluacin
Ministerio de Educacin

Student Engagement

A classroom
A lesson plan
Some resources

Classroom management ,which includes routines and systems,


is like the stucture and support of the umbrella.
Without it, the purpose of the lesson (or the content) is lost.

Starting the School Year


Classroom routines
o Teach
o Model
o Practice
o Review

Warm-Up
Make notes individually - 2 min
1. What routines or procedures do you

establish the first week of classes?

(example: teaching students to raise


their hands to ask a question.)

Gaining Your Attention

Warm-Up
Make notes individually - 2 min
1. What routines or procedures do you

establish the first week of classes?

example:
Teaching students to:
o raise their hands to ask a question;
o keep in silence when other student talks;
o ask permission in English

One good example:


Raise Your Hand
When you see my hand
1. Please stop talking.
2. Raise your hand.
3. Keep your hand up
until the room is silent.

Raise Your Hand


Pairwork - 2 min.
Lets practice!
1. Greet your neighbor.
2. Explain the classroom
routines you establish
the first week of
school.

Rules & Consequences

You should establish


certain rules and
consequences.
Everybody should know the rules.
You should practice the rules and the
consequences too.

Establishing Rule
Pair-work - 2 min
1. This is our rule for the workshop:
Volunteers should participate
actively with comments and
questions.
2. With your partner, create three more
rules. You will have two minutes.

3. Choose one rule to share with the


group. You have one minute.

Establishing Rule for your classroom


Pair-work - 5 min
1. With your partners, write five rules for
your students in your English class.
2. Choose one rule to share with the
group and give the reasons.
3. Copy the rules on the board.
4. Select 3 rules for the classes.

System of Consequences
1st time

Verbal warning

2nd time

Visual warning

3rd time

Consequence

Discussion Questions
Pairwork 2 min

1. Why is it important to introduce both


rules and consequences at the beginning
of the year?
2. Why is it important to review them
frequently?

Discussion Questions
Pairwork 2 min

3. What are the advantages to having


students create some of the rules and
consequences?
4. How might consequences affect your
students' motivation in your classes?

The 3-Step Lesson Methodology

Programa Ingls Abre Puertas


Unidad de Curriculum y Evaluacin
Ministerio de Educacin

Workshop Warm Up
Pair work (5 minutes)
Talk to your partner
Write all the steps
Share the information

What steps you


would go through to
teach a child how to
ride a bike?

Discussing the Do Now


Share Your Responses:
What steps would you go through
to teach a child how to ride a
bike?

Workshop Learning Outcome and Agenda


Learning Outcome: Volunteers will be able to compare and
contrast the steps of listening and speaking lesson plans.

Workshop Agenda

The 3
Steps
Were
Learning
Today

1. Introduction

Learning Outcome and Agenda


The Importance of the Steps of a Lesson

2. Core

An Explanation of the Similarities and Differences Between


Listening and Speaking Lesson Plans
Volunteer Activities to Practice Identifying the Steps of Each
Lesson Type

3. Closing

Evaluating the Learning Outcome

The Learning Outcome and Assessment

All lessons, whether you are working on listening or


speaking (or science, or math, or reading, or any subject)
must begin with the end in mind!
Good lessons begin with a learning outcome and
assessment.

1. The Learning Outcome


The learning outcome is what students will be able to
do by the end of class
2. The Assessment
The assessment is how the teacher will observe and
record students performance of the learning outcome
at the end of class

The Learning Outcome and Assessment


Example:

Learning
Outcome

Assessment

The students will be able toask and answer questions


about their hobbies.
Students will interview each other about what they like to
do in their free time and teacher will listen and record their
performance on a checklist.

The 3 Main Steps of a Lesson

Introduction
Core
Closing

All lessons have an


Introduction and
Closing.

Within the Core of the


lesson, there are 3 substeps
As we will see, these substeps differ for listening
and speaking lessons.

Core Differences Between Listening and


Speaking
Introduction
Core
Closing

Core

Listening

1. Pre

2. While

Speaking

3. Post

1. Modeling

2. Guided

3.
Independent

Introduction

Before jumping into the core of the


lesson, teachers must start the
class quickly and efficiently. This
can be a challenge, so being well
organized and following this routine
is key.
Strategies:
Take Attendance on your Seating
Chart
Weekly Routine
Present the Learning Outcome
and Agenda
Motivation ! (Prior Knowledge)

The Core of the Speaking Lesson


Modeling (I DO)
Teacher introduces vocabulary and structures
I DO
Teacher models learning outcome in a chosen
sentence or dialogue
Teacher engages students

WE
DO

Guided Practice (WE DO)


Students practice learning outcome as a class
and/or in pairs
Teacher provides help and feedback

Independent Practice (YOU DO)


Students demonstate learning outcome
YOU
individually or in pairs
DO
Teacher assesses learning outcome

The Core of the Listening Lesson

Pre

Pre-Listening
Motivation
Vocabulary and Structures
Context and Prediction

While-Listening
Confirm Prediction
While
Additional Listening Tasks

Teacher helps build


context first,
then students do
listening tasks that
move from easier to
harder.

Post-Listening
Comprehension or Speaking Activities
Grammar or Vocabulary Activities
Post
This happens in the next class as a
follow up lesson!

Closing

Be sure to stop independent practice 5 minutes before the end of


class to give time for closing. Many teachers skip this step, but
research shows that reflecting on the lesson is very beneficial for
student learning.

Key Strategies:

Reflect on the learning outcome:

Ask: What did you learn today? (students discuss in pairs first)

Recap main points


Review any errors
Relate to future learning

Closing
Reflect on the Learning
Outcome:

What did you learn today?

How could you apply bike riding to


the 3 step format?

What would you during the:

introduction,
core, and
closing?

Great Job!!!!

Thank You.