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Premium member Presentation Transcript CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT of DIFFERENT PERSONALITY STYLES: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT of DIFFERENT PERSONALITY STYLESTHE AGGRESSIVE CHILD: THE AGGRESSIVE CHILDSYMPTOMS: SYMPTOMSPowerPoint Presentation: Looks for trouble Wants his or her own way Blames others for inappropriate behavior Is always on the defensive Is quarrelsome Destroys property Disrupts class and routine proceduresPossible Reason for Behavior: Possible Reason for BehaviorPowerPoint Presentation: Domineering, over strict parent Weak overindulgent parents who give into the child’s every whim Fear of expressing feelings to his or her parents – takes it out on other children Lack of parent’s affection Unhappiness in his or her relation with others Masking intense feelings of vulnerabilitySome Teaching /Management Suggestions: Some Teaching /Management SuggestionsPowerPoint Presentation: Direct child’s energy to keep him or her busy Give child large-muscle activities to do Give child leadership responsibilities Reprimand child in private Meet with child more often privately on a one-on-one basis Hold conferences with modeling clay to release frustrations Shape positive behavior with success-oriented tasksThings to Keep in Mind: Things to Keep in MindPowerPoint Presentation: Improvement will usually be slow, especially if symptoms have been historic Parents may not recognize or may deny the problem There will be relapses even with improvement Arguing will not solve the problem Review your own feelings and actions toward the child’s Be sure the child’s action are not just “normal” misbehavingPowerPoint Presentation: THE WITHDRAWN CHILDPowerPoint Presentation: SYMPTOMSPowerPoint Presentation: Talks in a very soft voice Sits quietly most of the time Has difficulty in carrying on a conversation Withdraws and hangs back Has difficulty in making decisions May be fearful of adults Tires without apparent reason Avoids contact to peoplePossible Reason for Behavior: Possible Reason for BehaviorPowerPoint Presentation: Parents may be perfectionists Low-energy-level resulting from depression Extremely overprotected Learning helplessness Family may be the same way Fear of failure; child may come from overly critical home and does not want try anything newSome Teaching /Management Suggestions: Some Teaching /Management SuggestionsPowerPoint Presentation: Praise, notice, and talk with the child Find occasion for errands-first with no oral message and later with very simple message Always call on child when volunteering Have a smile ready for child any time you catch his or her eyes Use puppets and have child talk for the puppetPowerPoint Presentation: Encourage child’s interest in collecting things such as baseball cards or coins Assign routine tasks with automatic rotation such as leading the pledge or talking the lunch count Try to involve the child in a group with other shy children in school Consult with parents and professionals if a parent existsThings to Keep in Mind: Things to Keep in MindPowerPoint Presentation: The child will need to know exactly what to do in each situation Pushing the child into the limelight may make the situation worse Make sure other students don’t always do thing for the child or always come to the rescuePowerPoint Presentation: Determine if the child may be have some health problem or hidden physical abnormality Recognize that courage follows success Improvement will be slow and growth may gradualTHE UNDERACHIEVING CHILD: THE UNDERACHIEVING CHILDSYMPTOMS: SYMPTOMSPowerPoint Presentation: Avoids effort-dawdles over writing assignments Does messy, incomplete work Waits for help and does not try to solve problems Tends to be listless and careless Seldom volunteersPowerPoint Presentation: Gives many excuses for failure to complete work Is slow in starting a task or assignment-can’t find pencil or papers; is slow in doing or finishing anything Daydreams Fails to concentrate on workPossible Reason for Behavior: Possible Reason for BehaviorPowerPoint Presentation: Frustration-work is too difficult Inappropriate parental expectations Too many failures and too few successes Little praise and much criticisms Lack of challenging school work Health or physical deficiencies Cover-up for lack of ability Lack of adequate sleepSome Teaching /Management Suggestions: Some Teaching /Management SuggestionsPowerPoint Presentation: Praise child for each effort Study child’s home life; talk to parents Help develop a skill or hobby at which child might succeed Overlook minor failures Study results of diagnostic tests for cluesPowerPoint Presentation: Adjust work to child’s ability level Time child’s assignments and try to have student beat his or her record See that child’s starts work more promptly by helping him or her through transitions Use shorter but more frequent assignmentThings to Keep in Mind: Things to Keep in MindPowerPoint Presentation: Underachievement is not normal – It is a symptom A child who appears lazy has some sort of problem Praise for good work promotes activity Apparent signs of laziness my disappear in later stages of development Underachievement is not necessarily an indication of intelligence A capable student’s work should certain standards before acceptanceTHE FRIGHTENED CHILD: THE FRIGHTENED CHILDSYMPTOMS: SYMPTOMSPowerPoint Presentation: Panics easily or gets frustrated Shows anxiety Withdraws May tremble at the slightest provocation May be moody May be overly afraid of being hurt Rarely takes chances May be extremely emotional Fear criticism Requires constant reassurancePossible Reason for Behavior: Possible Reason for BehaviorPowerPoint Presentation: Parents who also have fears and openly express them Death or injury to someone too close to them Overly protective parents A history of unfortunate or traumatic experience Constant and harsh punishment Slow physical development Bullying playmateSome Teaching /Management Suggestions: Some Teaching /Management SuggestionsPowerPoint Presentation: Try variety of creative activities to release child’s fears Have child write an article on “Things That Makes Me Afraid” Reassure child whenever he or she shows fear Give child work at which he or she can succeedPowerPoint Presentation: Build up child’s confidence by using a variety of success-oriented tasks Praise child for his or her accomplishments Explain that others also have fears Check child’s health record Organize a group of other children with the same conditionThings to Keep in Mind: Things to Keep in MindPowerPoint Presentation: Fears may be imaginary The teacher’s own reactions are important since they affect the child Fears melt with affection Fears diminish with maturity It is natural for most people to fear somethingTHE SLOW LEARNING CHILD: THE SLOW LEARNING CHILDSYMPTOMS: SYMPTOMSPowerPoint Presentation: May have a short attention span May not be able to generalize May feel insecure Consistently achieves below grade level Has low intellectual ability Withdraws and does not participate Seldom volunteers in class Has trouble getting started Has trouble finishing assignmentPossible Reason for Behavior: Possible Reason for BehaviorPowerPoint Presentation: Familiar pattern of slow learners Lack of environmental stimulation Possible learning disabilities especially if greater potential is indicated in spite of a low intellectual quotient Frequent illness causing gaps in critical stages of learning Low nutrition Severe emotionally interfering in cognitive functioningSome Teaching /Management Suggestions: Some Teaching /Management SuggestionsPowerPoint Presentation: Provide many learning material at child’s level of ability Ask for an intellectual or academic evaluation using individual tests Give child many opportunities for success and a feeling of achievement Try to get child interest in hobbies and extracurricular activitiesPowerPoint Presentation: Provide a place to work where distractions are minimum Investigate child’s physical and health condition Praise child whenever possible and build up his or her good qualities Have child work with peer tutor Make the parents aware of the child’s limitations so that they do not add to the problem with inappropriate demandsThings to Keep in Mind: Things to Keep in MindPowerPoint Presentation: Requiring more than he or she can do will cause frustration Improvement in academic achievement will always be slow Parents often reject the idea that their child is a true slow learner Expect child to achieve only up to his or her ability Be careful child doesn’t get “lost in the crowd”PowerPoint Presentation: THE END You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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