Flashcard maker : Lily Taylor
Classrooms contain many different people with differing values, attitudes, and goals. This is why classrooms are said by Doyle to be
Based on Doyle’s analysis of classroom characteristics and management needs, the main task for teachers is viewed as
gaining students’ cooperation for learning tasks
According to Woolfolk, one of the best ways to avoid discipline problems is to
keep the group focused on productive learning
Approximately what percentage of a student’s time in school is devoted to meaningful, appropriate learning tasks?
33 percent
Sherry’s class knows that different behaviors are expected (and tolerated) during different kinds of activities. It is likely that her class has a good understanding of
participation structures
Mr. Marshall’s first two science classes were devoted to demonstrating and explaining rules and procedures in the laboratory. Based on research involving effective management, this procedure will probably result in
time gained over the course of the school year for learning activities
The essential difference between rules and procedures is that rules are
what and what not to do; procedures involve how to do activities
Although specific consequences may be established for specific misbehavior, Woolfolk suggests a general consequence for many problems. This general consequence is
redoing the procedure or activity correctly
Kenneth frequently misbehaves in Ms. Lindquist’s biology class. Which one of the following penalties for his misbehavior is based on Weinstein and Mignano’s categories of negative consequences?
Having Kenneth write an essay about his misbehavior and its effects
Weinstein and Mignano found that expert teachers primarily used detention to
talk privately with the student about why the particular misbehavior occurred
What term did Adams and Biddle use to designate the area in a classroom where the greatest number of verbal exchanges takes place?
Action zone
In regards to personal territories and action zones, researchers recently have recommended that teachers
“spread the action around” by moving around the room when possible and asking direct questions of students who are seated far away.
Time when students are actually succeeding at the learning task is referred to as
academic learning time
Greg was trying to pass Bill a note, but Bill kept his eyes on his own work and thought, “Why does Greg do this to me? Mrs. Pepper will spot him for sure. She never misses anything. You’d think she could read minds.” Mrs. Pepper could be described as exhibiting what characteristic?
According to Kounin’s strategy for effective management, the key goal is
preventing misbehavior from occurring
Jeremiah throws his book at Sally, but Mrs. Fox mistakenly reprimands Sally for the disruption. Mrs. Fox has made what kind of error?
Kathy’s student teacher works well with small groups, but she finds it difficult to keep track of the rest of the class during small group sessions. Kathy should work with her student teacher to develop
The purpose of using choral responses is to establish
group focus
In movement management, a major problem is to
avoid abrupt and slowdown transitions.
Woolfolk suggests that, as a first step toward dealing with a discipline problem, teachers should
give the student a nonverbal signal to stop.
Mr. Crain experiences a discipline problem with Joe. In imposing penalties, Mr. Crain should
re-establish a positive relationship with Joe as quickly as possible.
Wendy, a ninth grader, is very bright and energetic in class. She always knows the right answer and pays close attention. Her only problem is that she rarely hands in homework. Her teacher should
enforce the established consequences for incomplete work.
What is the best way to deal first with a defiant, hostile student?
Give the student a chance to cool down and save face.
Thomas Gordon stresses that the first step in solving a problem is to determine
who owns the problem.
In determining who owns a problem, what basic question should the teacher ask?
“Does the problem tangibly affect me and disrupt my role?”
An adolescent student approaches a teacher and says, “I can’t sleep very well at night and worry about all the mess in my life.” Gordon would identify this situation as a(n)
student-owned problem.
If you use empathetic, or active, listening in a discussion with a student, there is likely to be an increase in what type of behavior?
Problem solving
Which one of the following teachers is sending an “I” message to a student?
“I feel a little upset right now because I am the only one who disagrees with this position.”
Mr. Blake was unhappy. “Sam, I’ve told you time and time again. Please try to behave.” Mr. Blake’s response style can be described as
Which one of the following behaviors would be considered an “assertive response” to a discipline problem?
“Stop talking and return to your seats.”
Gordon’s “no lose” method of dealing with conflicts involves
having both the teacher and the students participate in the solution.
Effective teachers who practice culturally responsive classroom management usually have high expectations of their students and demonstrate great care for their students. In observing these effective teachers it can be seen they often use
warm demanders.

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