Keep quiet!

Besley, Laura
March 2013
English Teaching Professional;Mar2013, Issue 85, p24
The article offers tips for teachers who handle young learners on how to achieve a calmer classroom environment. The ineffectiveness of too much shouting in a classroom is highlighted. The importance of having a safe classroom for very young learners is noted. To get children to be quiet, teachers are advised to get the kids to focus on them.


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