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During the students time in school, the students will be an observer of classroom practices and
interactions in the Malaysian primary school context.

The students assignment will be based on the following topic:

= Conducive Classroom Environment

The students are required to write a critical reflection in about 1,500 words on the following:

= Physical layout of the classroom


= Teacher's classroom routine
= Teacher -learner roles
= Classroom organisation and management.
= Communication Skills (teachers instructional language)
= Monitoring and maintaining productive student behaviour
= Classroom techniques

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In your report, you are required to:

= Analyse the situation above


= Select any relevant classroom management theories/models explored in Weeks 2 and 3
to respond to the above situation
= Support your argument with references sourced from internet websites, reference books
and journal articles. Accurate APA referencing must be included.
ou are encouraged to devise a time-line for completion of the various assignments in this unit.
ou are also advised to contact the lecturers for feedback/comments on your draft assignments.

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Many teachers will attempt to explain the rationale behind a rule when the student is breaking it. Students who have
chosen to break a rule or be otherwise disruptive often do not care that they are being childish and no amount of
convincing will get them to understand why following the rule was important in the first place.

Teachers need to reinforce rule following with consistent consequences. Explaining the importance of a rule is as
useless as asking why a student broke a rule. It does not matter why a student broke the rule and the student does
not care how important the rule is. The bottom line is a consequence is a must.