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CLASSROOM

MANAGEMENT
AND
MATERIALS
Teacher in the Classroom

Physical Voice
Presence
Awareness
Giving
Instructions Teacher
Talking to Talk
Students and
Student
Talk
Creating Lesson
Stages
Using L1
Different Setting Arrangements

Orderly Rows
Circles and Horseshoes
Separate Tables
Different Students Groupings

Whole Class
Groupwork and Pairwork
Solowork
Class-to-class
Lesson Plan
3. Materials
2. Objectives and 4. Procedures
Equipment

5. Evaluation

1. Goals
6. Extra
Class Work
Guidelines for Lesson Planning
How to begin planning

Variety, Sequencing, Pacing, and Timing

Gauging Difficulty

Individual Differences

Student Talk and Teacher Talk

Adapting to an Established Curriculum

Classroom Lesson “Notes”


Coursebook

Course book is
a textbook that student
s and teachers use as
the basis of a course,
but in the real in
classroom
4 alternatives to consider that some parts of
a textbook are not appropriate

omitting replace the


the teacher
lessons lesson in the
can add adapt what is
course books
from activities and in the book
with what our
textbooks own
exercises
Reasons for (and against) Coursebook Use

• Positive Comment
• Negative Comment
Possible Areas for Consideration
Coursebooks
• Price and availability
• Add-ons and extras
• Layout and design
• Instructions
• Methodology
• Syllabus
• Language skills
• Topics
• Cultural appropriacy
• Teachers’ guide
Commercial Materials and Authentic Materials
Commercial Materials Authentic Materials

Materials which are Authentic materials are


created to fulfil the additional materials used to
curriculum demand, but overcome the lack of
implicitly have economic information of the main
material used (commercial
value (commercial) for materials) to develop
marketing purposes students’ knowledge
Problem of ideological
conflict in teaching
Saving time beliefs

Well organized Students experience


ignorance

Culturally diverse and


geographically dissimilar
More communicative Taking too much time and
effort
Various language Students’ neglection of
input valuable learning sources
1
How do EFL/ESL teachers use
authentic materials and
media?

2
What kind of technology do
EFL/ESL teachers use?

3
What problems do some
EFL/ESL teachers have with
materials, media and
technology.
A Technology Continuum
Low High
Technology Technology

Sticks Chalk Overhead Projector


Earth Blackboard Slide Projector
Air Crayons Filmstrip Projector
Clouds Paint Audiocassette Recorder
Kazoo Radio
Scissors Telephone
Paper VCR
Video Camera
35 mm Camera Digital Video Camera
Computer/Internet
Cell Phone
Digital Audio Recorder
Digital Satellite
What problems do some EFL/ESL teachers have with
materials, media and technology.

Problem 01 Problem 02 Problem 03

The “I Am The “Let the The “How Do I


Forced to Textbook Do Locate Useful
Teach from the Websites for
the Book” Teaching” My
Problem. Problem. Students?”
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