Comparison Discipline Models Wong S Pragmatic Classroom Essays and Term Papers

  • Week 3 - Philosophy and Education: Comparison Chart of the Philosophical Models of Education

    Theory | Strengths | Weaknesses | Advantages | Disadvantages | Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom | * This theory has a very clear set of procedural suggestions and specifies the actions needed (what to say, goals to have in mind, expectations, etc.). * This theory is easily followed because it divides...

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  • Comparision of Discipline Model

    |Advantages |Disadvantages | |Harry Wong: the Pragmatic |Wong’s theory allows teachers|The theory does not take in|This theory promotes a |The main disadvantage is the | |Classroom. |to teach fully the roles, |account the differences in |collaborative...

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  • Student Diversity and Classroom Management

    Running head: Student Diversity and Classroom Management Student Diversity and Classroom Management Maintaining order in the classroom is the number one challenge that new teachers face. In the past few years due to children maturing faster and many coming from broken homes this problem has...

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  • Stylistic Analysis

    “Applying” conversation analysis in applied linguistics: Evaluating dialogue in English as a second language textbooks1 JEAN WONG Abstract This article examines telephone dialogues in English as a second language (ESL) textbooks against the backdrop of what is reported about real telephone interaction...

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  • Classroom Management

    My Personal Classroom Management Plan Melanie Marshall Grand Canyon University EDU 536 July 26, 2010 Abstract This paper outlines my beliefs and philosophies of education in the form of a personal classroom management plan. The purpose of developing a personal classroom management plan is to...

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  • Classroom Management Techniques

    The Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom Management Plan supports the antithesis of this belief. When teachers are not clear about their expectations then it becomes the same as never having defined expectations to students as to what their behavior should look like and be in the classroom. Harry Wong supports the...

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  • Comparing Paper

    The essay is on the comparison of discipline models that include; Wong’s pragmatic Classroom, Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's "win-win discipline, and Morrish's "real discipline." a) Wong’s pragmatic Classroom is a theory that believes that, for enviable learning and classroom behavior, there must be some...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    Running head: A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models Rachael Curry Grand Canyon University EDU 450 Erika Hopson January 13, 2011 A Comparison of Discipline Models | |Strengths |Weaknesses |Advantages ...

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  • Classroom Management

    Discipline and Management: Different Yet Related To me, discipline is a process that enables students to learn to manage their own behaviors in a classroom setting. These learned skills will then carry over as valuable assets in their future careers as students, professionals and...

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  • Comparison of Discipline Models

    Grand Canyon University: TCH-536 September 2, 2014 Discipline Models Discipline Model: Wong's "Effective Classroom" Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's "Win-Win Discipline" Morrish's "Real Discipline" Strengths ~Explaining, rehearsing and reinforcing explicit procedures will prevent...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Comparisons Wong Kagan, Kyle and Scotts Morrish Theories • His concept is a belief that the students’ accomplishments are pretentious by the procedures used. • This philosophy has a solid positions that are shared with the students • It constructive and creative...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models - Essay

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Stephen Zehnder Grand Canyon University: EDU 536 August 28, 2012 Discipline | Strengths | Weaknesses | Advantages | Disadvantages | Agree or Disagree? | Wong’s Pragmatic Classroom | -Students clearly understand what is expected from them.-It is the Wong’s belief...

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  • Module TSL 3109

    Introduction to Classroom Management 1.0 SYNOPSIS Topic 1 focuses on the concept of Classroom Management and the role of teachers and pupils in effective classroom management. It provides teachers with a brief description of classroom management, the function and nature of classrooms, the role of...

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  • Question-Order Effects in Social Network Name Generators

    Spillane Northwestern University, School of Education and Social Policy, 2120 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60201, USA a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Social network surveys are an important tool for empirical research in a variety of fields, including the study of social capital and the evaluation...

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  • Guitar

    the High Ground of Science as a School Subject? This paper explores the issue of curriculum integration, with a particular focus on science as a discipline and its relationship with other subjects. We present our exploration in the form of our research journey, one that is yet to be completed. The journey...

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  • Chinese Immigration to Western Countries - Integration Challenges

    small villages within cities, on the least valuable land, the Chinese created a safe-zone to do business and support daily life. (Kinkead, G., 1993, and Wong, A., n.d.) Today, the Chinatown communities still exist across the globe in many forms and sizes. After both North America and Europe adopted a more...

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  • The Study of Discourse

    Emergence of a New Cross-Discipline In the mid-1960s, the humanities and the social sciences witnessed a remarkably synchronous paradigm shift with the birth of several new but mutually related ‘interdisciplines’ such as semiotics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics as well as the study of...

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  • A Comparison of Discipline Models

    A Comparison of Discipline Models Compare and contrast Wong's pragmatic classroom; Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's win-win discipline; and Morrish's real discipline. Identify the respective strengths and weaknesses, and advantages and disadvantages, of each. Do you agree or disagree with each? Why? • Wong’s...

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  • Instructors'Classroom Managent in relation to students academic achievement

    manage the classroom. As described by Savage and Savage (2010) classroom management refers to the role of a teacher in creating a classroom environment where success is possible. It refers to how order is established and maintained in the classroom. Wong and Wong (2004) stated that classroom management...

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  • Comparison of Discipline Models

     EDU-450 Classroom Management A Comparison of Discipline Models A Comparison of Discipline Models In comparing Wong’s theory and Kagan, Kyle, and Scott’s theory, they both give pupils the independence to do what they think is appropriate for them, and the...

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