The crucial elements of classroom management

Authors

  • Renata Kenanga Rinda Politeknik Negeri Jember
  • Nodistya Septian Indrastana Politeknik Negeri Jember

Keywords:

teacher talk, teacher talking time, voice management, physical presence, and seating arrangement

Abstract

The urgency of classroom management in the English classroom is indisputable. It is said so since classroom management is the fundamental component of the successful teaching and learning processes. However, many teachers are still confused about how to practice good classroom management. Coping with the previous dilemma, this paper aimed at describing the five crucial elements of practicing good classroom management. Those elements are listed as follows: teacher talk, teacher talking time, voice management, physical presence, and seating arrangement through a literature review. It is expected that this paper can give a clear explanation related to the five crucial elements. With that in mind, classroom management can be well-practiced.

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Published

15-11-2020