A detailed classroom management plan outlines rules, consequences, and rewards for the students.
Students actively participate when they know what is expected of them in the classroom.
Students get upset when they feel rules and consequences are arbitrarily enforced.
It is best to explain the rules, consequences, and rewards on the first day of class.
If the students are mature enough, ask them to create their own rules for the classroom.
Rules should always be positively worded to encourage positive behavior.
This is an example of the rules, consequences, and rewards I used in a university ESL course in China.
These rules, consequences, and reward may or may not work for you. It is best to design your own classroom management plan according to the needs of your course and students.
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