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Classroom Management Skills
Running a ClassRunning a Club
Running a Class
Establish RolesTutor’s RoleChess !Keeping the children enthusedKeeping the teacher on sideTeacher’s RoleDisciplineJoining in !Helping with difficult children
Running a Class
2. Learn NamesTeacher !Teaching AssistantsHead Teacher / Receptionist / othersChildrendisruptive childrenuncooperative childrenshychildrenkeen children
Running a Class
3. Plan each lessonDecide on your structureTalkKeep children and pieces apart !ExercisePaper based / books / with piecesPlay
Running a Class
4. Attracting the Children’s AttentionClapping / Hand in the airWhat you expect when you have their attentionStop talkingStop touching the piecesLook at the chess coachGiving them a time limit by counting
Running a Class
Dividing the Class into different groupsTo start – strong player with weaker playersChange to – strong players together and weaker players togetherChess Groups
Running a Class
Vary your teaching materials and methodsCSC Exercise SheetsPhotocopiesIndividual wipe boardsCSC Exercise BooksIndividual Exercises / Group ActivitiesWriting moves down
Running a Class
Explain how each lesson fits into the greater scheme of thingsIntroduction at the beginning of each lessonSum up at the end
Running a Club
Establish RulesNo eating at the boardShaking hands at the beginning and end of each gameSetting up the pieces before leaving the boardLeaving the roomMethod of attracting attention . . . and what you expect when you have their attention
Running a Club
2. Learn NamesRegisterSwiss Pairing CardsLabels
Running a Club
3. Divide into groupsIdeally each group has a tutor
Running a Club
4. Run CompetitionsAll Play AllUse 0 – 10 scoring system - rewardsGood behaviourGood openingTrying hardWriting moves downSwissUse 0 – 3Use 0 – 5
Running a Club
Watch out for intimidating behaviourQuiet shy players can be bamboozled by more vocal seemingly confident players.If there is a dispute insist you are calledNever allow the word “Cheat” to be used. Explain that everyone is learning and we all made mistakesAgree protocolsegtouch piece move pieceNever allow fist pumping / gloatingetcCongratulate the winner but try to find some aspect about the loser’s game that you can praise, and some aspect that they could improve on so that they move from being a loser to a learner
Running a Club
Stay positiveChildren have chosen to attend the club in their own time and you want them to returnChildren teach each other so relax !
Running a Club
FeedbackTell children and parents where and when they can play more chessLocal chess clubExternal competitionsOnline

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