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Advice on pace and behaviour

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by teachsci1, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. Pace can be achieved by planning lots of short snappy activities. By keeping each activity to a maximum of 10 minutes (and sticking to this) the students have less chance to get board, which is likely to end up in behaviour issues.

    Obviously there are times when activities need to take much longer, maybe for research tasks or practicals but for an average lesson most of the activities I do take between 5 and 10 minutes, usually closer to 5 minutes.
     
  2. " the students have less chance to get board"

    Bored.
     

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