Interaction in the Teaching-Learning Process: Reasons for the MIsbehaviour of Students and Teachers and Principles of Proper Behaviour for Teachers and Students

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Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

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Bonnie Mennell


This paper examines the problems of teachers' and students' ineffective, wrong interaction, reason of teachers' and students' misbehaviour in the class, ways for solution of behaviour problems in the class, advices for the teachers willing to construct collaborative cooperation relations with their students. A title is included. The body of this IPP is outlined in a Table of Contents. There are included the results of the experiments and survey on reasons of teachers' and students' misbehaviour and principles of proper behaviour of both teachers and students held among the teachers and students of different Universities in Azerbaijan. Implications for the use of this document are considered in terms of advantages for MAT students teaching foreign languages and the teachers teaching other subjects at different educational institutions.


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