A Study of Effective Classroom Management in English Teaching

Yuanhua CHEN, Chuanlan TANG

Abstract


Classroom management is one of the most important factors for effective teaching. In China, along with the new curriculum standard, research on classroom management in recent years has received the widespread attention. English, as a foreign language in China, is an important subject from primary school to university, and primary school children access to the root of the basic skills of English stage. Therefore, based on the Bloomfield’s theory of teaching, this article emphatically from: a) the interaction between teachers and students in the classroom, b) effective classroom organization, c) the primary school English classroom discipline classroom management from these three to do the research. In the field of history and the current literature on the various research results, with the help of according to close the classroom observations, this article points out the common problems in the English classroom, and in the final summed up the effective classroom management skills.

Keywords


Classroom management; The relationship between teachers and students; Classroom organization; Discipline

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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