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Title: Controlling Disruptive Students and Getting Students’ Attention
Authors: Peralta, Luis Andrés
Keywords: Children
Issue Date: Dec-2019
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Educación
Description: Teaching small children poses tough challenges for EFL teachers who frequently need to deal with students that are not accustomed to having English classes. As Copland et. al (2014) state, it can be difficult to motivate children who may struggle to understand the relevance of learning English. This results in lack of enthusiasm and indifference that are subsequently transformed in talking. Thus, the Quiet Sprinkle strategy can bring effective results at controlling students’ noise aiming to quiet disruptive students and regain control of the class, encourage students’ self-regulation, and foster their imagination through fantasy elements.
ISBN: 978-9942-783-40-0 Impreso
ISSN: 978-9942-783-41-7 Digital
Appears in Collections:Promoting Engaged Teaching and Developing Active Learning: Effective Strategies

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