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By Sue Cowley

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Pastoral care --
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Although the students may feel that they work really hard at school, it is the teacher who makes the majority of the effort in most classroom situations. Give yourself a break when you need it. 24 | HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR FIRST YEAR IN TEACHING Short-term planning Short-term planning is daily and weekly, and perhaps also half-termly, planning. These are the plans that you refer to for each lesson, which give you an outline of what you are going to teach. For some teachers these short-term plans will be very detailed, while for others they will only act as a brief reminder of what is to be covered.

It stamps a considerable amount of authority on you for very little effort. It sends a message — I refuse to allow you to be disrespectful to me. If you do choose to talk over the students, you are effectively saying 'go ahead and talk, I don't mind'. At first, they may only chat quietly, but this is the first step on the slippery slope to a 'lost' class. It can seem scary at first, but if you wait the vast majority of classes will come to you, especially in your very first lesson. If you start to panic and feel you must intervene, you might try: + + + + Using tips (2) and (6) — the deadly stare and praise one, encourage all.

If a student misses a detention and you do not follow it up, you may as well not have bothered giving the punishment in the first place. Chasing recalcitrant students can take up a lot of time, but once the students realize that they cannot get away with avoiding the sanctions you give, your sanction-related workload will start to decrease. What rewards are available: In addition to finding out about the sanctions that are available, ensure that you discover what rewards you might use. Giving a reward is almost always a more effective path to good behaviour than giving a punishment.

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