字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello and welcome to Teachers Room. Shown it by teachers. Four teachers. I'm done and I'm Sean. This represents topic. No teacher is perfect. Not even there? No. Even then, all teachers have a bad habit. But being a good teacher means reflecting on your teaching practice and trying to improve it. So here are three bad habits that many teachers do that Make sure you don't. That's right. Please note that all the examples in this program are bad. Example. Don't copyists first. Bad habit is too much t t t. That's teacher talking. For example. You set a task, and then you go on and on giving more and more examples or you ramble off into another conversation and forget the task entirely. Stop! Stop it! That rule classes have a minimal teacher talking time in something around 78 students. That's right. Now an example would be I used to be fat. Actually, you know, I did used to be fair. You know what happened? It was in secondary school because she told me an ice cream. Oh, guys, that's break time. Our next bad habit is echoing. Go in there. This is a repeat. Exactly what the students have set. Now, this might be done to clarify what they've said. Yeah, Or to make sure the rest of the class have heard or to reassure the student themselves that you understood what they just said. But whatever reason you have for doing this, don't do it. You are undermining. Yeah. It's showing the class that only the teacher has value on that. We have to listen to the teacher know each other. Exactly. So if you didn't understand the student, tell them and ask him to repeat. Yeah, And if you think they spoke to quietly and the rest of the class didn't hear just they speak up, say it again. If you did understand what they said, why aren't you responding normally anyway? That's how conversation works, right? That's the conversation with Yeah, so but Okay, Shawn, tell me something you used to do. I used So you used to play rugby. I used to play rugby. I felt bad. Habit is not admitting when you've made a mistake. Now, this may surprise you, but teachers are human and we make mistakes to make. So maybe you've written a word incorrectly on the boards. Maybe you've explained the grammar or completely wrong. Maybe Issuance asked you a question and you don't know the answer. Whatever it is, don't bluff. No, don't pretend you know the answer. Don't tell them it wasn't a mistake. It's only gonna make your students lose confidence in you. You tell them when they make a mistake, do them the same respect. Exactly. So if you don't know the answer, go find out. Pull back later or you can make a joke out and say, I was just checking your attention on You've done that and those of the forms of used to Yes, sure. But I think in negative and question There's no de no there. There is a deep because in the affirmative form, we have a d on. So in the negative on my first adverbs don't change form when they're in the negative. Don't worry about that. But that's enough about what not to do. We want to hear what we should do in the classroom, so send us a video tip by going to our website BBC learning english dot com To find out how to get to us and you make a T shirt. Okay.