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Explain the Ways in Which You Could Establish Ground Rules with Your Learners, Which Underoin Behaviour and Respect for Others.

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Explain the ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin behaviour and respect for others. Within a learning enviroment, class and group rules are more than necessary. It is clear they enable both the students and the teacher to produce a good standard of work due to less distraction and safe learning. They also allow everyone within the class to maintain a responsible attitude and a suitable standard of behaviour which will prevent any contributions being ridiculed . Rules such as: no mobile phones/ mobile phones switched off, no eating and drinking, raising your hand before speaking, reporting an absence, time keeping and respecting the views of others etc; are some of the obvious rules in which a teacher should provide their class with before teaching. By presenting rules it shows authority from the teacher and should help promote mutual repsect between the students and the teacher but also between the learners themselves. If rules are followed through, the class and the teacher will all have the same understanding of what is expected from them. At the start of every course or new session, if possible, all rules should be stated so everyone is reminded of their expectations. When producing the rules it is a more successful strategy to allow both the teacher and the students to be involved with the setting up of these. Not only should rules be made clear but also the consequences of breaking the rules should be discussed and agreed too. The benefits of setting the rules up as a group are: it allows everyone in the class to remind each other of the rules, when broken or on the verge or being broken and everyone is in agreement to the rules rather than the teachers demanding they comply with them. If a large class is present it could be easier to ask each individual to write several rules out on some paper or be put in small groups to discuss what they feel would be suitable rules within their classroom. After this everyones...

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