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LATEST: Course Last Updated 10th June 2016
Learn how to manage your ESL classroom without any more stress!
About this course:
With the knowledge that you will get from this course, you will be able to go into your next ESL English Classroom and teach with confidence. Learn how to keep your class in check in a variety of situations.
Classroom management is about being able to think on your feet. However, with this course you'll get the tried and tested methods that other professionals have used before you to manage their own classes.
The course covers the following topics:
The knowledge that you are going to get from this course will be invaluable the next time that you step into a classroom. After following the information given in this course, you can say goodbye to teaching long and boring classrooms that feel that are never ending.
The course is presented in a number of videos which are usually a few minutes each, intended to keep you focused and able to take in the information as it is being presented. It is also given in easy to understand terminology and allows both rookie and veteran teachers to take their knowledge of classroom management to the next level.
To watch the course videos, you will need roughly a little more than two hours. However, students (or should I say, teachers) are encouraged to take an active role throughout the course, by taking down notes and most importantly being active in this course by trying what they learn.
If you believe that you are ready to take your English teaching to the next level, then this is the course for you. The content covered in this course will ensure that you are able to communicate better with your students and will allow you to successfully get your message across to your students.
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|Section 1: Classroom Management - What is this course about?|
How to get the most out of this coursePreview
|Section 2: Boring and fun lessons|
Are you boring your students? How to turn a snore fest into a barrel of funPreview
8 tips to encourage student participation during discussionsPreview
Are we having fun yet? Addressing the entertain me attitude
Teacher tested ways to keep a class interesting
|Section 3: Dealing with different class sizes|
I can't hear myself think in here - managing the very large class
How to teach large groups - the more the merrier
Where is everyone? Managing the very small classroom
|Section 4: Problematic students and dealing with them|
Top 10 tips to deal with indiscipline in the classroom
When things go awry - problem solving on your feet
When things go wrong - how to turn a disaster ESL lesson into a triumph
Aren't ESL students well-mannered? Classroom management for the adult student
4 types of problem students and strategies to manage them
Keep 'em under control - how to handle disruptive and disrespectful students
Therapy For Dysfunctional Classrooms - Advising and teaching troubled student
|Section 5: Teaching|
Top 10 survival tactics every teacher should know
How to provide quality feedback in the ESL classroom
How to teach using gestures and mimes
ESL Activities to teach the seven different learning styles
Teacher I'm bored, Teacher I'm lost - Teaching multi level classes
7 Best ways to end a lesson
How to correct mistakes
|Section 6: Miscellaneous|
Excuse me, can I go to the bathroom? Managing interruptions
Encouraging Students to be close - but not too close - to their peers
Respect - how to build a classroom environment in a multilingual classroom
Fairly addressing dead grandmothers, sick uncles and other family emergencies
|Section 7: The final words|
Kevin Farrugia has been an EFL English Teacher for the last 5 years. He takes great pride in providing students with the latest and best teaching method to ensure that their English level increases drastically during their English courses.
During this time, he has taught a number of different levels of English students and he considers this to be an asset since this enable him to cater for the different learning needs of the students at different levels.
When he's not teaching, Kevin enjoys taking part in a number of different sports such as playing football and cycling. He believes that a healthy body leads to a healthy mind and it is this union that helps one to function at his or her peak.