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Classroom Management Skills of Physics Student Intern in SMK Negeri 5 Jember | Handayani | Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education 7653 16133 1 SM

Classroom Management Skills of Physics Student Intern in SMK Negeri 5 Jember | Handayani | Proceeding of International Conference on Teacher Training and Education 7653 16133 1 SM

to become a teacher, where they must be able to teach and educate students, manage the classroom, and applying the theory or concept in the class. Classroom management is one of the skills that teachers need to have for effective teaching. (Sadik & Akbulut: 2014). Classroom management is an ongoing process requiring teachers to make decisions about variable situations such as where and with whom the students should sit down; which teaching methods should be followed; how to ensure motivation and student participation; which materials to use; how to deal with misbehaviors, etc. (Emmer & Gerwels, 2005; Jones & Jones, 2004). Therefore, classroom management behaviors of teachers in high schools are important not only for adolescents’ academic but also psycho-social development (Wentzel, 1999). In terms of classroom management skills, students who are teaching practice in high school still need to be improved because of the fact is not in accordance with the theory acquired during the course. Organizing classes according to the constructivist approach, teachers should skilfully rearrange the classrooms again and again in accordance with the occasions. The aim of classroom management is helping students get benefits and reinforce them by changing the learning environment (Kaya & Dommez. 2009)
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S ING 1105321 Chapter5

S ING 1105321 Chapter5

The result of the research provided that classroom management has been an im portant area in education. It represents a significant aspect of the teacher’s pedagogical knowledge. As a preservice teacher, may need to reach a minimum level of competency in management skills before they are able to develop in other areas of instruction. From the result of the research it was discovered that preservice teacher struggled with classroom management in teaching English speaking. Firstly, the challenges faced by preservice teacher in managing classroom in teaching English speaking relate to the students’ low participation, students’ speaking English skill, students’ disrespectful attitude, the limited amount of time, students’ motivation, and teacher’s expectation and motivation itself.
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Student teacher`s classroom management in micro teaching class.

Student teacher`s classroom management in micro teaching class.

According to Ary, Jacobs, and Sorensen (2010), in purposive sampling- also referred to as judgment sampling- sample elements judged to be typical, or representative, are chosen from the population (p. 156). In this research, the researcher took eight students who were conducting the teaching practice in Reading Class, Speaking Class, Listening Class, and Writing Class. While from each class, the researcher observed two students as the representative of each class. Since there were four classes to be taught by the student teachers, therefore, eight students were required. The respondents were purposively chosen based on the subject of the course at Sanata Dharma University that involved the productive and receptive skills. They were reading and listening as receptive skills and speaking and writing as productive skills.
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GOOD ENGLISH TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS AS PERCEIVED BY THE SEVENTH SEMESTER STUDENTS  Good English Teacher Characteristics As Perceived By The Seventh Semester Students Of English Education Departement, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

GOOD ENGLISH TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS AS PERCEIVED BY THE SEVENTH SEMESTER STUDENTS Good English Teacher Characteristics As Perceived By The Seventh Semester Students Of English Education Departement, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

The result of good English teacher characteristics related to pedagogy skills are managing classroom, motivating students, using interesting and variety media, applying appropriate and variety technique, giving optimal feedback, stimulating students active and work in team. The characteristics are suitable with Brown’s theory (2004:340). He states that good language teacher characteristics related to pedagogy skills are uses wide variety of techniques, gives optimal feedback, stimulates interaction and teamwork in the classroom, uses appropriate management classroom principle, creative adapt textbook and other mechanical aids, uses intrinsically motivating techniques. The characteristic of evaluate students’ academic ability is suitable with Brown’s theory of good language teacher’s interpersonal skills.
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CULTIVATING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SKILLS THROUGH TEACHING PRACTICUM: A REFLECTIVE PRACTICE.

CULTIVATING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SKILLS THROUGH TEACHING PRACTICUM: A REFLECTIVE PRACTICE.

Teaching practicum, often used interchangeably with teaching practice, is aimed at providing opportunities to the trainee [in this case the pre-service teacher] to build up and to advance her/his professional practice in the context of a real classroom, usually under some kinds of guidance or supervision (Wallace, 1991). More clearly, Kennedy (1996) explains that the opportunities allow such pre-service teachers to experience and ‘experiment’ their knowledge and skills in a real world of teaching and learning (as cited by Goh and Matthews, 2011).

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Student teacher`s classroom management in micro teaching class - USD Repository

Student teacher`s classroom management in micro teaching class - USD Repository

According to Ary, Jacobs, and Sorensen (2010), in purposive sampling- also referred to as judgment sampling- sample elements judged to be typical, or representative, are chosen from the population (p. 156). In this research, the researcher took eight students who were conducting the teaching practice in Reading Class, Speaking Class, Listening Class, and Writing Class. While from each class, the researcher observed two students as the representative of each class. Since there were four classes to be taught by the student teachers, therefore, eight students were required. The respondents were purposively chosen based on the subject of the course at Sanata Dharma University that involved the productive and receptive skills. They were reading and listening as receptive skills and speaking and writing as productive skills.
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S ING 1201951 Chapter3

S ING 1201951 Chapter3

After the data were analyzed and calculated, interpreting the data become the next thing to do. The researcher interpreted the data attempted to answer the research questions proposed in Chapter 1. The result of the answers of research questions were displayed in some tables which revealed the appearance of each teacher talk category in each meeting and the appearance of Students talk category as well. By using tables, ideas and interpretation of the researcher can be clearer and permanent because it helps in reducing the complex data into the simple ones, concluding researcher’s interpretation towards t he data, and serving the data as a whole (Alwasilah, 2002). The researcher made the description of phenomenon occurred based on the table. This description were considered as the findings of this research. Furthermore, the findings of this research are connected to each other in order to obtain phenomenon and present them into deep discussion.
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INTRODUCTION  Teacher’s Strategies To Cope With The Problems Faced By The Students In Writing Descriptive Text At Sma Negeri 1 Gemuh In 2014/2015 Academic Year.

INTRODUCTION Teacher’s Strategies To Cope With The Problems Faced By The Students In Writing Descriptive Text At Sma Negeri 1 Gemuh In 2014/2015 Academic Year.

Based on the four language skills, writing is believed to be more difficult than others. It makes students so lazy to make it. They should open their mind to develop the title, and then develop main idea to form the phrases, sentences and paragraph. Students also should have enough vocabulary if they want to make good writing. Nunan (1993:8) said that writing emerged in societies as a result of cultural change which creates new communicative need. Writing skill is very complex activity because it needs many aspects to be mastered, for example vocabulary, grammar and idea.
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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Classroom Management Styles for Single-Gender Classes

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Classroom Management Styles for Single-Gender Classes

Classroom management styles are important in teaching and learning processes. Styles that are used by teachers usually adjusted to the class condition. Thus, teachers may have different styles to manage single-gender classes. This makes the researcher curious about classroom management styles that are suitable to teach single-gender classes. The curiosity arises because there are many schools which are single-gendered in Indonesia. These schools are usually vocational schools and religious schools, and there are some of these schools in Salatiga. The study uses observation to gather the data from some single-gender classes into schools in Salatiga. The schools are SMK Saraswati, school for male students and SMK Negri 1, school for female students. The participants observed were three teachers from each school. The study reveals the teachers use Authoritarian and Authoritative styles for teaching boys, then Democratic style for teaching girls. It is expected that result of the study will be beneficial for teachers who teach in single-gender classes, like Vocational schools and Religious schools.
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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Teachers? Classroom Management Strategies for Adolescent Learners in Senior High School

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Teachers? Classroom Management Strategies for Adolescent Learners in Senior High School

This study investigated the English teachers’ classroom management strategies used for adolescent learners in senior high schools. The participants of the study were two English teachers in a private senior high school. The data were collected using observations and semi- structured interview. The data were analyzed and described qualitatively. In this study, the writer found that one teacher used four classroom management strategies, i.e. Organizing Strategy, Teaching Management Strategy, Teacher-student Relationship Strategy and Teacher Sanction or Reward Strategy. The other one used all of the four strategies except Teacher Sanction or Reward Strategy. From the four strategies, Teacher- student relationship strategy‘s frequency was the highest among the other strategies. Interestingly, this strategy was mostly used by one teacher in order to establish a good relationship and atmosphere between teacher and students. Another finding was that the Teacher sanction or reward strategy was only used by one teacher in order to motivate students to participate in classroom activities. The writer concluded that the use of classroom management strategies helped teacher to make the classroom more lively.
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Welcome to Repositori Universitas Muria Kudus - Repositori Universitas Muria Kudus

Welcome to Repositori Universitas Muria Kudus - Repositori Universitas Muria Kudus

Graf, S., Kinshuk, & Liu, T.-C. (2009). Supporting Teachers in Identifying Students' Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems: An Automatic Student Modelling Approach . Educational Technology & Society, 12 (4), 3 – 14

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The Art of Interview Skills

The Art of Interview Skills

Working in Staff development: designing training, coaching, mentoring opportunities for people, helping people to enjoy their work enables me to make a contribution in a different way from when I was a nurse. During my working life, I have been interviewed many times for a variety of jobs, I have also sat on Interview panels, run training courses on Interview skills for staff involved with Interviewing and currently one of the most rewarding aspects of my work is inspiring people with confidence, so that they shine at interviews and are successful getting the jobs that they really want!
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INTRODUCTION  Classroom Techniques Used By The Teacher To Develop Students’ English Reading Skills At Smp Muhammadiyah 10 Surakarta In 2015/2016 Academic Year: A Naturalistic Study.

INTRODUCTION Classroom Techniques Used By The Teacher To Develop Students’ English Reading Skills At Smp Muhammadiyah 10 Surakarta In 2015/2016 Academic Year: A Naturalistic Study.

Based on the observation before, in English class, teacher finds many problems in teaching reading. For understand the text is very difficult for students because their vocabularies is limited. For understanding the meaning when reading the text, the students must diligently to open the dictionary. If the students want comprehend the text easily, the student have to a lot of vocabularies. In addition, the teacher must have a good classroom technique for teaching reading skill to improve students’ reading skill s in order to make students easier comprehend the text.
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STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE USE OF ENGLISH AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION: A Case Study at One of Public Senior High Schools in Tanjungpandan Belitung.

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE USE OF ENGLISH AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION: A Case Study at One of Public Senior High Schools in Tanjungpandan Belitung.

To complete the data from interviews and observation, students’ journals were used as another instrument in this study. Genesee et al. (1996: 34) mention that journal has a number of important benefits. First, each student can write anything about his or her learning experiences. Second, students can openly express feeling about their teachers, classmates, and classroom activities. Third, writing a journal gives students opportunities to express themselves personally about their interests, goals, and desires using the second or foreign language. Based on those three benefits mentioned, the researcher concluded that writing journal is an appropriate technique to collect research data. As it was done to the interview questions, the guided questions that were used in journal writing were also tried out. These questions were given to other students from the same class level who were not taken as the respondents of this research. This activity was done to get the validity of the instrument. Then, the results from the try out were analyzed and developed to get the complete one.
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08832323.2015.1087370

08832323.2015.1087370

This criticism appears especially valid considering the economic crises and corporate scandals of the recent deca- des. It is further supported by empirical studies, for exam- ple by Wang et al. (2011), who found that economics education is associated with positive attitudes toward, and increases the moral acceptability of greed. Similarly, Giac- alone (2004) criticized business education for being unable to instill the right virtues in students and help them think beyond profits and self-interest. These findings and obser- vations lead us to pause and reflect upon the educational philosophy of management schools, and the contributions that they have so far made to management practice. Man- agement schools have long stagnated in their current educa- tional system; however, as advocated by Howell in an interview years after his influential report, they must con- tinuously renew themselves in order to respond to the changing needs of the society (Schmotter, 1984). Not only the educational content, but also the structure and process must be revisited (Leavitt, 2000). With the times changing, there is an opportunity for management scholars to step up
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T1 112012037 Full text

T1 112012037 Full text

However, being unfamiliar with technology and unstable internet connection could not be the reason why Schoology could make students anxious, because if students are not familiar with technology, they will feel anxious not only to use Schoology but also for using other technologies. It is also same with internet connection problem. If they have unstable internet connection, they will not be able to use any technology well not only when they use Schoology. Therefore, in order to reduce students’ anxiety for using Schoology in Pronunciation learning, teacher may be able to tell the students first about how to use it and makesure that they have a stable internet connection to use Schoology as their teaching tool. Discussion
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S ING 1002657 Bibliography

S ING 1002657 Bibliography

Hall, J.K. and Walsh, M. (2002). Teacher-Student Interaction and Language Learning. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 22, 186-203. [Online].Retrieved from: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=1359 03. [Dec, 2 nd 2013].

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The Implementation of English Teaching and Learning Process to Students with Visual Impairment.

The Implementation of English Teaching and Learning Process to Students with Visual Impairment.

Achieving the objectives of the study, the teacher follows the process of teaching and learning included three main steps activity in lesson plan: opening, main activity, and closing. The teacher used traditional learning approach in which the learning process is teacher-centered rather than student- centered. It means that the learners act as the listeners without doing any other activities as the effort to construct their own knowledge about the materials which delivered by the teacher. This is done because adapt to the conditions of the learners which categorized in auditory learners that learnt by what they heard.
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T1 112010037 Full text

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increase motivation, and minimize negative behaviors ( Brandly & Pauley, 2005). Teacher-student relationship strategies helps teacher to establish a good relationship with students. Creating a good relationship can be done if the teacher keeps calm, takes the heat of the situation, do not argue with students, calling students by their name, has a sense of humor and constructive criticism. A teacher, as a good classroom manager does not, use verbal reprimand, threats, embarrassing and taunting comments and they do not suspend, or expel students (Geiger,2000) . This is very important because adult learners, senior high school students are more conscious about their prestige. Moreover, the boys and the girls remain conscious about their own position in front of the opposite sex. Victor (2005) said that the teacher should act in a professional manner and always remember that he/she is not a teenager. Even though in reality they are teenagers they like to be treated as adults.
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t bing 0907767 chapter5

t bing 0907767 chapter5

there was a significant difference in the amount of Bahasa Indonesia used by both teachers. In average, the teacher in RSBI classroom used 5.8% of Bahasa Indonesia and 94.2% of English, while the teacher in regular classroom used 23.29% of Bahasa Indonesia and 76.71% of English. Thus, it can be concluded that both of the teachers believe that using L1 did not hinder learning, and in the same time both of the teachers did not overuse the L1 in the English classroom. The judicious use of L1 could avoid an over reliance to L1 and a failure to maximize target language. This finding supports previous studies concerning with the use of L1 in the EFL classroom similar with those conducted by Medgyes (1994), Atkinson (1987), and Tang (2002) as mentioned in Chapter Two.
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