Before beginning his work Kounin felt that most people thought that instruction and disciple were two separate entities. Instruction, the skills presented for. Kounin found that teachers who use effective instructional management keep their students focused on learning tasks and minimize behavior. According to Kounin, good classroom management depends on of the teacher moving the class from one instructional activity to the next.

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We need your help to maintenance this website. Please help us to share our service with your friends. The teacher reprimands and warns the students to stop using other languages besides English. While Kounin only manabement this one student to get on task, other students who were not on task suddenly put away what they were doing and started listening to the lecture.


The other students who are not using English will also get the impact from that particular student and start to use English. Keep a folder to fill-in activities if a lesson takes less time than planned. Be sure to include activities of various lengths and for a variety of ability levels. For example, a teacher switch from one topic to another topic without sufficiently notifying the students. The teacher distracted from the lesson in the class and making the students to realize that the teacher is being distracted.

So students started to move from their seats to see what is going on outside.

Theory of Instructional Management by Jacob Kounin

Dangles The students had just completed reading a story in their reading circle. As the teacher got up and walked toward the board, she said something like, “Let’s look at these arithmetic problems on the board.

Does anyone know why Suzanne is absent today? For example, the teacher tells each member of group to do something individually that could be performed by the group as a whole.

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In this instance, students have to wait for their turn and, while waiting, might begin to talk and engage in other misbehaviours. Shuffle the card frequently. Pull the card from the stack to decide which student will answer the question.


Kounin, Advantages Teacher attempts to involve all learners in learning tasks Helps teachers handle discipline problems in the classroom. This model does not address the issue of teaching learners to discipline themselves.

If teachers are able to demonstrate appropriate teaching behaviours, maintain appropriate instructional momentum, work toward group focus and plan a learning environment that is conducive to learning. Retrieved January 21,from http: Discipline and group management in instructioal.

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