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Classroom Management Ni Wayan Surya Mahayanti, S.Pd., M.Pd. .



LECTURE PROGRAM
SUBJECT

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
CONTENT

SYLLABUS

SEMESTER LECTURE PLAN

LECTURE AGENDA

WORKSHEET

HANDOUT

EXAM PAPERS
BY

NI WAYAN SURYA MAHAYANTI, S.PD., M.PD.
ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

FACULTY OF LANGUAGE AND ART

GANESHA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

AUGUST, 2015



ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

FACULTY OF LANGUAGE AND ART

GANESHA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

Syllabus

SUBJECT : CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

CREDITS/HOURS : 2/2

SEMESTER : V

ACADEMIC YEAR : 2015/2016

LECTURER : NI WAYAN SURYA MAHAYANTI, S.PD., M.PD.



ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

2015

Syllabus

A. Identity

Subject : CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Credits/Hours : 2/2

Course Groups : 1 Semester : V

B. Standard Competency

After learning, students are expected to gain knowledge of:



  1. How good classroom management leads to more effective curriculum and instruction;

  2. How good teaching leads to good classroom management;

  3. Why it is important to foster an intellectually and emotionally safe environment for students;


  4. How addressing multiple intelligences impacts classroom climate, affects student behavior, and facilitates learning;

  5. What appropriate ways to handle minor and serious disruptions and behavior problems in the classroom are; and

  6. How to integrate special needs students into the classroom


C. Description

Basic Competency

Learning Material

Learning Experience

Time Allot-ment

Learning Sources

Indicator

Assessment

Type

Form

Instrument

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  1. Explain the interconnectedness of curriculum, instruction, assessment and their effect on classroom management
  • Creating an effective learning environment





  • Setting standards for classroom behavior




  • Forging home-school connections




  • Teaching to students’ strengths




  • Developing positive relationships




  • Encouraging pro-social behavior




  • Responding to disruptive behavior




  • Dealing with aggressive behavior




    1. Link research to practice when analyzing student behavior problems

    2. Summarize the connection between effective teaching and classroom

management by using examples from your own classroom

200 minutes


  1. Barnes, R. (2006). Primary Classroom Manage-ment. London: Sage Publications Inc.




  1. Evertson, C.M. and Emmer, E.T. (2009). Classroom Manage-ment for Elementary Teachers. New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.




  1. Marzano, R.J. (2003). Classroom Manage-ment that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Every Teacher. Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).




  1. McDonald, E.S., and Hershman, D.M. (2010). Classrooms that Spark!: Recharge and Revive Your Teaching. 2nd Edition. California: Jossey-Bass.




  1. O’Leary, K.D., and O’Leary S.G. Classroom Management: The Successful Use of Behavior Modification. 2nd Edition. New York: Pergamon Press Inc.

  1. To be competent in linking research to practice when analyzing student behavior problems

  2. To be competent in summarizing the connection between effective teaching and classroom management by using examples from your own classroom

Classroom test

Essay

Quizzes



  1. Create an environment conducive to learning for all students





    1. Specify issues to consider when establishing classroom rules and procedures

    2. Devise strategies for integrating students with special needs

    3. Design instruction that allows students to use their multiple intelligences

300 minutes

  1. To be competent in specifying issues to consider when establishing classroom rules and procedures

  2. To be competent in devising strategies for integrating students with special needs

  3. To be competent in designing instruction that allows students to use their multiple intelligences

Classroom test

Essay

Quizzes




  1. Analyze teaching practices and identify areas for change to improve classroom management and communication skills




    1. Adapt instruction to meet individual student needs

    2. Summarize the student’s responsibility for classroom management

    3. Describe how to increase parental involvement

300 minutes

  1. To be competent in adapting instruction to meet individual student needs

  2. To be competent in summarizing the student’s responsibility for classroom management

  3. To be competent in describing how to increase parental involvement

Classroom test

Essay

Quizzes

  1. Implement strategies to deal with discipline problems

    1. Manage inappropriate behavior

    2. Build a positive climate

200 minutes

  1. To be competent in managing inappropriate behavior

  2. To be competent in building a positive climate

Portfolio

Assignment

Paper

  1. Identify factors that influence student motivation, learning, and pro-social behavior

    1. Explain the connection between teacher-student relationships and classroom management

    2. Describe multiple strategies for fostering positive relationships

200 minutes

  1. To be competent in explaining the connection between teacher-student relationships and classroom management


  2. To be competent in describing multiple strategies for fostering positive relationship

Portfolio

Assignment

Paper

References

  1. Barnes, R. (2006). Primary Classroom Manage-ment. London: Sage Publications Inc.

  2. Evertson, C.M. and Emmer, E.T. (2009). Classroom Manage-ment for Elementary Teachers. New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.

  3. Marzano, R.J. (2003). Classroom Manage-ment that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Every Teacher. Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

  4. McDonald, E.S., and Hershman, D.M. (2010). Classrooms that Spark!: Recharge and Revive Your Teaching. 2nd Edition. California: Jossey-Bass.

  5. O’Leary, K.D., and O’Leary S.G. Classroom Management: The Successful Use of Behavior Modification. 2nd Edition. New York: Pergamon Press Inc.

Singaraja, August 2015

Ni Wayan Surya Mahayanti, S.Pd., M.Pd.



ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

FACULTY OF LANGUAGE AND ART

GANESHA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

Semester Lecture Plan

SUBJECT : CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

CREDITS/HOURS : 2/2

SEMESTER : V

ACADEMIC YEAR : 2015/2016

LECTURER : NI WAYAN SURYA MAHAYANTI, S.PD., M.PD.

ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

2015


SEMESTER LECTURE PLAN
A. Identity

Subject : CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Credits/Hours : 2/2

Course Groups : 1 Semester : V

B. Competency Standard

After learning, students are expected to gain knowledge of:



  1. How good classroom management leads to more effective curriculum and instruction;

  2. How good teaching leads to good classroom management;

  3. Why it is important to foster an intellectually and emotionally safe environment for students;

  4. How addressing multiple intelligences impacts classroom climate, affects student behavior, and facilitates learning;

  5. What appropriate ways to handle minor and serious disruptions and behavior problems in the classroom are; and

  6. How to integrate special needs students into the classroom

C. Description

Week

Topic

Reference

Required Instruction

Note

1

COURSE CONTRACT/INTRODUCTION


2

From Theory to Practice

  1. An Educator’s Guide to Effective Classroom Management

  • Chapter 1: Self Management for the Educators

  1. Effective Classroom Management


  • Four Rules of Classroom Management

Lecturing & Group Discussion

  1. The teacher examine the basic theories of classroom management in general

  2. Students are required to discuss in group about the classroom management that had been implemented by their teacher in high school

Connecting Effective Teaching and Classroom Management

  1. An Educator’s Guide to Effective Classroom Management

  • Chapter 2: Introduction to Classroom Management Tasks

  1. Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers

  • Chapter 1: Organizing your classroom and supplies

Lecturing & Quiz

  1. The teacher explains the interconnectedness of curriculum, instruction, assessment and their effect on classroom management.

  2. Students are required to answer some questions related with the topic being discussed

3


Issues to Establish Classroom Rules and Procedures

  1. The Key Elements of Classroom Management

  • Chapter 6: Establishing Standards, Rules, and Procedures

  • Chapter 7: Teaching Standards, Rules, and Procedures

  1. Classroom Management that Works
  • Chapter 2: Rules and Procedures


Students Presentation & Class Discussion

  1. The teacher explains issues to consider when establishing classroom rules and procedures.

  2. Students are required to write a one-page summary of the lecture just delivered.

Time and Classroom Space Management

  1. The Key Elements of Classroom Management

  • Chapter 1: Setting Up the Classroom

  • Chapter 2: Managing Instructional Time

  • Chapter 3: Managing Administrative Tasks, Transition, and Interruption

  • Chapter 4: Managing Teacher Time

Students Presentation & Class Discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about how to manage time and classroom space

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

4


Student Behavior

  1. The Key Elements of Classroom Management

Students Presentation & Class Discussion
  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about students behavior


  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

Mediation in Class

  1. Effective Classroom Management

  • Chapter 4: Counseling and discussions with disruptive pupils

  • Chapter 5: Confrontation in the Classroom: Pupils with problems

  • Chapter 6: Confrontation in the Classroom: Teacher Strategies

  • Imperturbable, resilient, and disruptive Teachers

Students Presentation & Class Discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about how to handle students with problems

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

5

Modification in Class

  1. Effective Classroom Management

  • Chapter 8: Rewards and Punishment




Students Presentation & Class Discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about Rewards and punishment

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

Teacher-Students Relationship

  1. Classroom Management that Works
  • Chapter 4: Teacher-Students Relationship


  • Chapter 8: Management at the school level

  1. Classroom Management that Works

  • Chapter 6: The Students’ Responsibility for Management

  1. An Educator’s Guide to Effective Classroom Management

Chapter 6: Managing Learner Participation in the Classroom

Student presentation and class discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about Teacher-Students Relationship

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

6

Parental Involvement

  1. An Educator’s Guide to Effective Classroom Management

  • Chapter 7: Managing Parental Involvement

Student presentation and class discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about the involvement of parents in managing the class

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.




Instructional Strategies

  1. The Key Elements of Classroom Management

  • Chapter 10: Whole-Class Strategies

  • Chapter 11: Small-Group Strategies
  • Chapter 12: Working in Pairs


  • Chapter 13: Working As an Individual

Student presentation and class discussion

  1. Students are required to do individual/group presentations discussing about instructional strategies

  2. Audience is demanded to get involved in class discussions and to individually write a brief report summing up the talk.

7

MIDDLE TEST


8

Using Songs 1

  • Language Learning Songs

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




9

Using Songs 2

  • Songs for Ice Breaker

Simulation

  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




10

Using Games 1

  • Grammar Games

Simulation

  1. Students are required to do simulation
  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation





11

Using Games 2

  • Vocabulary Games

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




12

Instructional Strategies

  • Group Work

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




13

Instructional Strategies

  • Pair Work

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




14

Instructional Strategies

  • Individual Learning Activity

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation



15


Using story books

  • Story books

Simulation


  1. Students are required to do simulation

  2. The audience is demanded to get involved in the simulation as students and give comments related to the simulation




16

FINAL PROJECT



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