Teach English in Longtan Zhen - Huaihua Shi

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Paying attention to big classroom is quite challenging but can be acheived. During my high school days, we were more than 50 in class. Orderliness was almost impossible considering the number of students that didn't receive proper attention. The approach used by my teachers then was effective to a certain extent. The Teacher would call on random individuals to answer questions, especially those that sits at the back( in other to avoid being picked on). The random approach had its disadvantages also, as it created fear in student struggling in his/her studies. Establishing rapport is an essential part of the class at the initial stage. The foundation layed will be built on. Student with particular weakness can be easily identify and given proper attention. At a point in time, the teacher might be forced to have favourite. Keeping an open mind will help the teacher pay attention to all students, irrespective of their Language level. Moving around during study phase activities is a must. Students at this stage are focused on getting things done, which gives more time for the teacher to move around and check on the students. Classroom arrangements should be done in a way that allows easy movements for both teachers and students. Less time should be spent facing the board. During my high school days, Students would writes on the board for teachers, which created more time for the teachers to move around. In a large classroom like that of my high school, the teacher involved all the students in the class activities. High percentage of students were eager to participate and help each other. In a large classroom, teachers might come across students that avoid attention or being picked on by the teachers. In a case/senario where a particular student avoid attention, teacher should create more time to know more about the student. It maybe fear or unwillingness to learn. Personally, i love teachers who pays attention to detail - especially in general perspective, as the students might be going through a lot outside of the school environment. It only takes a teacher who pay attention to detail to discover the students' fear or unwillingness to learn. Debates and presentation were another activities that helped teachers during my high school days. Each students were given opportunity to speak in front of the class. During the presentation, all attention were on individual students. 90% of students improved with the approach. In some part of the world, teachers do arrange for afterschool lesson at extra cost to help the students lacking behind in class. The afterschool lesson students are more familiar and well known to the teachers. The few afterschool hours creates more time to pay more attention to the students 1-1. Having students' interest in mind is really important. Teachers with students' interest in mind tend to pay more attention to students. It produces a fun and successful class irrespective of the size. Some teachers are money oriented while others are motivated by the response they get from the class. Money oriented teachers might be frustrated with large class due to low salary structure or other factors. In conclusion, teachers can pay attention to all students in a big class with the right approach.