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Group 2

 Yuganeshri Ambalagan
 Nurul Nazhatul Iqfa
 Nurain Izni
 Subashini Arumugam
Classroom physical condition

1. The spatial structure which is the


seating arrangement

- For example, students are seated in a


position where it is comfortable
2. The traffic flow

- the teacher and students must be able


to move in and out of the classroom easily
- it has to convenient to teacher to move
around the class
3. Basic itineraries
- cleanliness, lighting and temperature
should be considered for effective
classroom management.

4. Safety
- the electrical appliances/functions
5. Clear floor plan
- room dividers
- areas such as reading corner, art center
Teacher factor

- Knowledge
- Attitude
- Skills
KNOWLEGDE
Knowledge  comprehension 
application  analysis 
evaluation

Knowledge about
1)WHAT to teach
-To master our field
2) Nature of teachers belief and
thinking
-influence their teaching and learning
process

3) How children learn Psychology


theories – Piaget , Vygotsky ,
Bandura
Attitude

 Reflect the teacher himself


 Self-confidence
 Self awareness – words used
in class
 Treat students fairly – walk
around the class to give
attention to every student
 Providenon-verbal feedback (smiles,
frowns, nods, move closer to
students, etc.) for acceptable and
unacceptable behaviour.

 Reflectiveteaching – to improve
teaching and learning process (does
the t&l process achieve its
objective?)
Skills
 Exposure acquisition  applicatiion 
automatic use

 HOW to teach ?
 FIRST THING TO DO : LESSON PLAN with
Objective
 Referring to model of effective teaching –
e.g Social learning theory (Bandura)
 Integrate all skills – as suggested by
KSSR
 Exploiting the topic chosen into a variety
of activities (fun learning)
 Teaching materials and methods
 Use technology
 Set the tone (voice projection)
 Provide relaxation time - simon says /
singing
 Gesture to accent points – this may
trigger understanding
 Accommodate with students’ differences -
VAK