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    how to control students

    I really want to know how to control students in the classroom. They make noise and they are not interested in English. How to motivate them?

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    Re: how to control students

    What are their ages and levels?

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    Re: how to control students

    Quote Originally Posted by rachid berrazzouk View Post
    I really want to know how to control students in the classroom. They make noise and they are not interested in English. How to motivate them?
    I think you asked this earlier and when I went to reply, the topic had been closed. I'm not sure but I think it's because it might have been better placed here:

    Teaching English - UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum

    That's the section of the forum specifically for teachers to talk to other teachers and get help and advice.

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    Re: how to control students

    Quote Originally Posted by rachid berrazzouk View Post
    I really want to know how to control students in the classroom. They make noise and they are not interested in English. How to motivate them?

    NOT A TEACHER


    (1) Some teachers say that the "secret" to good control is how you begin and

    end the class.

    (2) As the students enter the room, you should have a short lesson on the

    chalk- , whiteboard for them to start working on (or you could make paper

    copies). They will soon become accustomed to coming in and working on the

    mini-lesson. (Then you will have time -- and quiet -- to take the roll.)

    (3) Some teachers end the class period with a quiz. This keeps the students on

    their toes and provides a formal ending.

    P.S. Of course, the best thing for control, many teachers say, is to provide

    interesting and meaningful lessons. If they see that you really love (and know)

    your subject, they will behave accordingly.

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