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Students’ Misbehavior 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 1 Rajeev Ranjan

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Key 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 2

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Minor in Nature Seriousness in Nature 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 5 Types of Misbehaviour

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Students' Masti Student’s Masti 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 6 Types of Misbehaviour

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Minor in nature 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 7

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Serious Misbehaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 8

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??????Emotional disorder or Behavioral disorder????????? 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 9

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Why ??????? 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 10

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Why ????? 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 11

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Marsh’s(1978) study reveals four types of teacher behaviour ------ provoked pupils to misbehave 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 12

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Apart from these– many more reasons can be counted 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 13

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“Prevention is better than cure” Pre-empting misbehaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 14

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“Prevention is better than cure” 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 15 Action: Teachers’ activity to sustain students’ interest and promptness Academic help to needy pupil Moving one to another task, asking question Exerting Discipline and Control Moving nearer to pupil indulged in non-task related talking Establishing eye contact Reprimand

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Establish clear rules and expectations in regard to classroom behaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 16 Orderly and punctual entry into the classroom No talking when teacher talks( when pupil answers question) Work sensibly No chewing gum or wearing unauthorized clothing No unauthorized movement or making unacceptable noise Put hand up for attention Orderly exist and entry into the classroom

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Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 17

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Equipped yourself with various strategies 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 18

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Reprimand 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 19

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Punishment 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 20

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Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 21

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Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 22

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Adoption of a set of actions to check discipline --- 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 23

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Lewis and Lovegrove(1984) from Australia analyzed secondary school pupils’ preferences in teachers’ classroom control procedures. 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 24 Pupils favored the following five qualities: Calmness: Teachers remain calm when reprimanding pupils and do not shout Rule clarity and reasonableness: Rules are made clear Appropriate punishment: Fair Warning and correctly identify the misbehaving pupil Acceptance of responsibility: Responsibility to maintain a sound atmosphere

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Conclusion 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 25 Teaching is an art. Art needs caring, cutting, setting , polishing to become the beautiful objects of the world. Pupils are innocent, humble, brilliant, ignorant more over a child heart. They may commit hundreds of mistakes, mischievous actions but we are teacher , a potter who can make them a beautiful art to be loved by everyone, to be excelled in every walk of life. “Rajeev Ranjan”

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7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 26 Presented by Rajeev Ranjan

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Presented by 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 27 Rajeev Ranjan English Language Teacher B.ED(ENG)& PGDTE English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Email. Id:- rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com

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References 7/25/2011 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan 28 http://www.clker.com/clipart-12206.html Chris Kyriacou(2006) Effective Teaching in Schools, Theory and Practice , 2nd Edition, CUP Schloss, P. J., & Smith, M. A. (1994). Applied Behaviour Analysis in the Classroom. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Alberto, P. A., & Troutman, A. C. (1995). Applied Behaviour Analysis for Teachers. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Charles, C. M. (1996). Building Classroom Discipline (5th ed.). New York: Longman. Cuenin, L. H., & Harris, K. R. (1986). Planning, implementing, and evaluating timeout interventions with exceptional students. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 18(4), 272-276 George, D.(1992). The Challenge of the Able Child. London: David Fulton Robertson, J.(1996). Effective Classroom Control(3rd edition). London: Hodder and Stoughton Varma , V (ed) (1993) Management of Behaviour in Schools. London : Longman

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