One principle of managing the class well could be just to be more engaged into activities. We can have our students busy, and we’ll have fewer problems.
A “pacifier”? Dictation.
As well let’s respect our students exquisitely. If we respect them and not shout at them, tentatively they will respect us.
How so? For example by listening to them when they address us: stop speaking and listen to someone that wants to let us know something, or tell us something. Obviously using this teaching strategy is pretty good as long as we do not overdo it.
The point is respecting and working, both students and teacher.
At the rest of the class-period we’ll always respect them, as the most natural thing in the world.
I’ve seen that when you’re serious for long, they adhere and stick to that principle, and so they alike get serious and respectful. / Photo from: lighthouse. heymudak viewy ru