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TEACHING ENGLISH TO ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS

UNIT 2: ASSIGNMENT 2

INGRID MARIA CASTILLO Code: 32 845 155


JULIA STEFANY CORTES Code: 1 005 584 758
MONICA LILIANA SANABRIA Code: 1 095 800 20016
YENIFER TAPIA CALVO Code: 1 047 452 972

CLAUDIA PATRICIA MUNERA MORA


Tutor

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL ABIERTA Y A DISTANCIA – UNAD


BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
APRIL 14th – 2018
Ideal Classroom Management Plan

Group: 551004_1
Student’s names: Ingrid María Castillo, Julia Stefany Cortes,
Mónica Liliana Sanabria, Yenifer Tapia Calvo
Level: Ninth grade Subject: English class

CLASS RULES AND EXPECTATIONS

Classroom rules, positively stated and posted prominently and linked to your
Guidelines for Success. Rules are observable and refer to specific behaviors.
Rules are observable behaviors teacher expects all students to exhibit (or not
exhibit) in the classroom.

1. Stimulate students who remain in their posts and in order with praise in
front of others

2. Offer a detail at the end of each period, for the 5 best students.

3. Give a good grade to those who actively participate in class.

4. Give positive points for good behavior.

Do a dynamic or relax in class when the students finish the activity quickly
5.

6. If in general all the students have good behavior, go out and give the
class in a different place to the classroom.
7. Choose monitors to students who stand out for good behavior and good
academic performance.

8. Give honorable mentions for good behavior and academic achievements in


front of the educational community.

9. To congratulate parents who have their children with good behavior

HIERARCHY OF REWARDS

Hierarchy of rewards for rule accomplishments are identified and directly taught
to students.

1. Students must be seated in the place designated by the teacher.

2. Students should wait for the teacher in the classroom

3. Please avoid eating anything during class.

4. Pay attention to the teacher's orientations


5. Students must respect each other, and also the teacher

6. Students must walk inside the classroom. Avoid running

7. Students must ask for the floor to speak, raising their hands. They must
respect when another student speaks and not interrupt

8. Students should not shout, use an appropriate tone to speak.

9. Students must have the classroom organized and clean

HIERARCHY OF CONSEQUENCES
Hierarchy of consequences for rule violations are identified and directly taught to
students. Rule violations and other misbehaviors are corrected calmly, consistently,
briefly, and immediately. Consequences will be given at the lowest level considered
necessary to change the student’s behavior.

 Each year the institutions and teachers must restructure the rules already
established because in each school year they will meet with a student group with
different characteristics. The adolescents present physical, psychological
changes, tend to be rebellious, it is difficult to pay attention to the class, this is
a difficult stage they just want to adapt to society. Rules should be established
in the classrooms and adolescents should also be involved because they will
provide order during the development of the class and will be motivated to
comply with them. It is important that students know what is expected of them
and the consequences there will be in case of non-compliance. These are
consequences that can be adapted to a group of ninth grade adolescents.
1. Before imposing sanctions the teacher should, as far as possible, ignore minor
negative attention seeking behaviors that interrupt the learning of other students
(hitting the pen against the desk, swinging or shaking the hand). Try to
remember the rules and solve the faults with the students, many of them do not
have a rule in their homes or with other courses and it is difficult to fit in, you
have to have patience, love and speak more positive than negative to the
students.
2. When the student breaks with a rule the teacher should immediately remind the
rules that both proposed and make the call for attention in case it is a minor
fault. This is called level one.
3. If the adolescent fails again and does not pay attention to the attention call the
teacher must act immediately and establish the punishment according to the
infraction that the student has made. Adolescents have more difficulty
understanding the relationship between an action and a punishment if it is
postponed. This is called level two and these can be the consequences:
 The student must apologize to classmates for violating the rules or lack of
respect.
 The student will be deprived of recess and will carry out a community activity.
 The student will do an academic work.
 If you destroyed a material or implement of the institution the student must
repair it..
 Rotate from position to student in case of generating disorder in the classroom.
 Discount 10 points of the accumulated note.
 If the teacher allows the student 15 minutes of free time on the computer the
teacher will take 5 minutes of his free time as a sanction
4. When the faults belong to level three, the following sanctions can be
implemented:
 Reinforcement activity for the day.
 Discount 20 points of the accumulated note.
 You will be deprived of doing complementary activities for example: a
football match, field trip, cultural activities during two months.
 When there are physical aggressions with other classmates, the student
will be calmly talked to in private to express the reason for their behavior,
will be taken to academic coordination and the parent will be called to
know the behavior of their child and will have psychological help. if his
behavior persists.

DESKS/ROOM ARRANGEMENT

Desks/ room arranged so that all students are easily accessible by the teacher and
necessary materials and supplies are accessible to students in an orderly fashion.
1- The teacher must locate the desk in a place where he has visual contact with all
the students and thus be able to control the activities and academic behaviors..
2- Each student must have a chair, the classroom must be spacious, with good
ventilation especially in warm areas should have the classrooms fans to refresh
the environment and not cause nuisance to students.
3- The classroom must be clean, it must be a safe place where the resources or
didactic materials are protected and the integrity of the adolescents who are inside
the classroom is taken care of.
4- The teacher must frequently restructure the position of the chairs and support
materials to generalize a different environment.
5- The teacher should organize the students' chairs so that they can walk in the
classroom and interact with their students and there can be empathy with the
students.
6- The English classroom must have tools or support materials for classes such as:
• A small library where students can access English dictionaries, magazines or
books to consult and perform activities in the class section.
• Audiovisual and technological resources such as video, computer, speakers,
videos, recorder or DVD, internet.
• Images that facilitate the understanding of the topic to be studied.
With the aforementioned elements you can develop successful classes that promote
student learning.

POLICY AND PROCEDURE FOR TARDIES /ABSENCES:

State the policies and procedures for students arriving late or not attending classes.
Punctuality is an obligation of every human being who respects another human
being.
It should not be chosen. It is a matter of attitude and must always be followed.
If the child arrives late to the educational establishment, he / she is allowed
to enter the institution, but it is outside the class that is being given at the
time so that it is not interrupted.
The policies and procedures for tardies are that while the student is out of the
classroom they are asked to do various activities that help them improve their
habits and enjoy their time at school, so that they decide to arrive earlier.
Activities defined, planned and organized, in a room or library specially
designed to develop reading or reading comprehension skills that have it
occupied.
These can be: read a story, the newspaper, the textbook that you have to see
in that class and the reading that your classmates were going to do, write a
story, draw a story cartoon read, order a story that is by parts, answer open
or closed questions about the reading made, keep a diary, prepare a possible
exhibition for your next class. Or simply designate a place where you can watch
a movie, documentary, or make math games on the computer while you wait;
with defined activities that make him feel that he did not waste time and that
allow him to learn to take care of self-management of his knowledge.
However, in case the student is absent, he / she must always carry a
justification signed by his / her parents, in addition he / she must get up to
date with everything done on the day that he / she was not able to attend the
educational establishment.

POLICY AND PROCEDURE FOR TURNING IN ASSIGNMENTS:

State the policies and procedures for students handing in assignments and the
penalties for handing in assignments after the deadline.
For those students who deliver their activities on time, positive comments are made
and possible errors are indicated. There is nothing more frustrating for the child than
trying to do a task and not being checked by the teacher.
Each time the student submits his activities on time, a message is left in his
notebook: Your effort is important, and a star is given, which can be accumulated
for an award at the end of the cycle.
Regarding those students who do not turn in their activities on time:
- A wake-up call is made.
- They are written in the notebook that the student failed to complete an
activity.
- The student must do the activity in the classroom after completing what they
are doing at the time of the class.
If the student continues to fail frequently in their school activities, a citation is sent
to the parents in order to dialogue with them and know what is happening with the
young person in case.

GRADING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ARE ESTABLISHED AND


COMMUNICATED:

State the policies, procedures and/or percentages of tasks grades.

- The grading scheme is stipulated in the PEI.

- The grades will be expressed in one unit and one tenth.


- The grades will have an evaluative value of 0 to 5, the passing grade will be
3.6.

- The grades include written and oral exams, group or individual work,
homework, exhibitions and other activities carried out according to academic
planning.

- The qualification exams can only be applied to students whose final grade is
between 3.4 and 3.5.

- The teacher must disclose the partial and final grades to the students
before their final submission.

- When a student does not present an evaluation, the teacher must report
the grade 0.0 (zero, zero) until the student presents the corresponding excuse.

- The grades will be taught as follows: work in class, homework, and


exhibitions 50% quiz 25% exam 25% to complete 100% of the final grade.

ENCOURAGING ALL STUDENTS


How would the teacher motivate students?

Plans for class-wide motivation systems are:

The teacher must be innovative in their teaching - learning strategies, must


carry out activities that call the student 's attention, invite them and
encourage them to be part of the learning process, for this it is necessary
that the teacher knows the learning needs of their students. students, the
level at which it is and create from there their academic planning.
Discuss the options of possible activities with students, create situations that
allow them to strengthen their confidence, as debates where they can
express their opinions, make use of technological tools, create recreational
activities, the teacher must maintain the enthusiasm to seek improvements
in their teaching methods.

MATERIALS/ RESOURCES

Include any materials/ resources you might use for your classroom management
plan. (for presenting rules, rewards, etc)

For the development of the class to be successful it is necessary to use materials


that attract the student's attention and promote their motivation, such as printed,
audiovisual or computer resources. Among the first ones, we can highlight the
textbooks that students can use if the teacher deems it appropriate. The reference
books that are normally provided by teachers or that are in the centers for
consultation by the students.
Another material or environment for the development of a class is the school
library, since it is one of the places most visited by students because it is a
fantastic place where many didactic resources are found for its use.
You can also count on the press, every day I think it is a most important didactic
resource for all, because through it is very easy to show the reality of the world,
the problems we have each day and those we face.
Together with them, we now focus on audiovisual resources, such as a DVD,
movies, video, music, video beams

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