Problems in middle and high school teaching: a handbook for student teachers and beginning teachers

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Allyn and Bacon, 1979 - Education - 248 pages

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Contents

Chapter J Common Mistakes of Beginning Teachers
1
Chapter f Problems of Discipline
27
Class discussions bring an unruly class to order
37
A student teachers sense of humor solves a disciplinary problem
39
A ringleader is won over by a private talk
41
Corporal punishment is used to quiet a boy
42
Special problems in the biology laboratory
43
The student teacher uses questionable disciplinary procedures
45
A private talk stimulates a girl to do better work
83
An entire class is motivated to work
84
An English teacher capitalizes on a troublesome students art ability
85
A bowl contest generates interest in English grammar
87
A class clown turns into a source of motivation
89
The student teachers persistence finally motivates a boy
90
Making use of televisio programs watched by pupils
92
A disinterested student is shown the value of education
93

Classroom fisticuffs
46
A girl fears her teachers
47
A student with ability is hampered by being in a problem group
49
A student teacher changes from meanness to firmness
51
Cheating on a test
53
A student is prejudged by teachers
54
A belligerent boy is overprotected by his mother
55
A ninth grade student dislikes student teachers
57
A teacher realizes his mistake
58
An unruly boy refuses to be helped
59
A delinquent girl breaks down
61
A language laboratory creates special problems for the teacher
62
A senior causes trouble in a sophomore class
63
The student teacher is unsuccessful with a disruptive pupil
64
Chapter Q Problems of Motivation
67
Vocational students dislike English grammar
75
A potential dropout is saved
77
A sense of pride is restored to an economically deprived student
79
Student participation in experiments arouses a previously uninterested student
81
Encouragement and outside interests help motivate an unruly boy
82
A history class makes use of relatives war experiences
95
Consideration helps to motivate an unruly pupil
97
A slow student feels cheated on a test
99
A superior student with failing grades needs motivation
100
Use of improper sources of motivation causes trouble
101
Problems of Emotional Adjustment
103
A girl tries to escape from poor home conditions
112
A stutterer is helped to relax
113
A boys desire for attention is channeled in the proper direction
115
A bright student worries about his parents
117
Unexplained illnesses are developed by a student
118
An only child creates disturbances
120
Unfavorable home conditions affect a boys work
121
A withdrawn boy comes out of his shell
122
A shy girl is helped to recite
124
A change of home environment helps a girl
126
Problems Related to Individual Differences
139
Problems of Evaluation
179
Problems of Adjustment to School Personnel
211
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