Poucas palavras:

Blog criado por Bruno Coriolano de Almeida Costa, professor de Língua Inglesa desde 2002. Esse espaço surgiu em 2007 com o objetivo de unir alguns estudiosos e professores desse idioma. Abordamos, de forma rápida e simples, vários aspectos da Língua Inglesa e suas culturas. Agradeço a sua visita.

"Se tivesse perguntado ao cliente o que ele queria, ele teria dito: 'Um cavalo mais rápido!"

quarta-feira, 17 de agosto de 2011


Teacher Instructions

Create a general list of classroom rules. After brainstorming your expectations, look for ways that you can combine ideas into a general rule. Check each rule for clarity. Delete any unnecessary words.

Make sure your list of rules reflects your philosophy of education. For example, research on student learning supports the benefits of students explaining their work to peers, so you might decide that you want students to be allowed to talk to each other under specific conditions. On the other hand, you determine that you want full attention when speaking to the class. You also want students to be quiet and in their seats during class discussions. You might decide on the following general rule: Listen and stay seated when someone is speaking

Phrase rules in the positive. For example:
YES – This is a beverage-free classroom.
NO – Do not bring beverages to class.

Prepare your rules before the first day of school. Make a poster-sized list of the rules, numbering each rule for easy reference. Post the rules prominently in the front of the classroom.

Give a copy of the rules to each student. Have students place the rules in their notebooks for easy reference.

Communicate rules to families. Send a list of the rules to families either before or on the first day of school.

Rules- classroom – suggestions – students – English lesson.

Source: Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Nenhum comentário: