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Y9 Behaviour Issues.

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by violet64, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. violet64

    violet64 New commenter

    I am in my third decade of teaching and am struggling with a Y9 group. Getting them all quiet at once is a major achievement. A significant number of them do the absolute bare minimum work-wise and despite the fact that I have used a mixture of praise on the good ones combined with 'punishment' for those disrupting they are as difficult as ever. Dice and counter games are thrown around and as they have started the GCSE syllabus- despite the fact that few are doing it next year- I still need to do 'proper work' with them. Any one can save my sanity? Thanks
     
  2. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    You should post this on the behaviour forum where you can find lots of help. Try to give some specific examples of what you've been encountering if you can so that other posters are better able to give you the right advice.
     

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