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Salome Tshabangu
Quiz by Salome Tshabangu, updated more than 1 year ago
Salome Tshabangu
Created by Salome Tshabangu about 6 years ago
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Effective discipline is important for maintaining a positive atmosphere in the classroom and supporting students’ learning.

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Question 1

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To help prevent discipline problems, teachers should
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  • Never smile.
  • Be tough.
  • Plan thoroughly.
  • Establish sound management policies.
  • c and d

Question 2

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When preparing classroom space, teachers need to think about organizing to
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  • Communicate behavioural expectations.
  • Make desks align neatly in rows.
  • Place the teacher's desk in the front and centre of the room.
  • Put students so that their backs are to wall displays or windows.
  • Make sure students do not daydream out the windows.

Question 3

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Wall displays
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  • Should be left for the entire year so that routines won't be disrupted.
  • Can be changed to gain learner interest.
  • Are hazardous.
  • Are distracting for students.
  • Must match the unit being discussed.

Question 4

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In education, time management includes
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  • Taking care of non-instructional routines.
  • Lesson pacing.
  • Beginning and ending class on time.
  • Lesson planning.
  • All of the above.

Question 5

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The constructivist approach to learning incorporates
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  • Firm classroom rules set by the teacher.
  • Negotiated rules set by the teacher and the students.
  • Unequal application of classroom rules.
  • Top-down management.
  • Learner obedience training.

Question 6

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If a teacher uses stickers to encourage students to use good behaviour, the power the teacher has is known as
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  • Expert power.
  • Referent power.
  • Legitimate power.
  • Reward power.
  • Coercive power.

Question 7

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To have effective classroom discipline, the teacher must remember to incorporate all of these, except
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  • Addressing the causes of the misbehaviour.
  • Preserving the dignity of the learner.
  • Providing private direction.
  • Making sure the correction is public.
  • Being consistent.

Question 8

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____ is not considered an appropriate response to misbehaviour.
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  • Respecting the student
  • Implementing consequences
  • Dealing with the problem quietly
  • Highlighting acceptable and unacceptable behaviours
  • Making sure that the student loses face

Question 9

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Minor and major problems
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  • Are never related to one another.
  • Should result in the same type of consequences.
  • Must be distinguished between.
  • Should never be ignored.
  • None of these.

Question 10

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If a teacher compliments a student or class on how well they behaved, this teacher is
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  • Providing situational assistance.
  • Redirecting learner attention.
  • Using proximity control.
  • Using nonverbal signals.
  • Reinforcing productive behaviour.
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