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Class Control

July 9, 2008

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I had to take a movie of this, even though it’s not that exciting. I have a class of students who are rowdy as all hell. Sorry, I meant to say I have 22 classes of students who are rowdy as all hell. And so this is a video of my crowning achievement as a teacher in Korea: getting everyone to sit down and shut up. Here’s how I did it. It’s much easier than you probably expected.

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  1. I know this is late, and you have probably already looked, and not seen this so i do not know if you will ever see this.

    I have a friend whose aunt was an English teacher in Japan. She did not tell her students she could speak and understand Japanese until the very end.

    I think it is a very crafty way of teaching.

    5 years ago
  2. Most of the time it's for the winner of the game, or – in situations like this – to anyone who can finish within the allotted time.

    7 years ago
  3. Thanks! We usually act as moderators. It's kind of like refereeing: just let them play the game, and make sure they stick by the rules. That's all :D

    7 years ago
  4. Sorry! Video's up now. Not sure what went wrong there….

    7 years ago