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Title: Top tips for behaviour management in Secondary P.E


1
Top Tips for Behaviour Management in Secondary
P.E Contributed Ben Richardson
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delegates on our Taking Care of Behaviour Online
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aviour-online/
2
Self Presentation
  • Dress appropriately
  • E.g. polo shirt, tennis shorts and running shoes
  • The first part of being a pro is looking like a
    pro
  • Positive body language
  • Be enthusiastic about the lesson content

3
Rules Routines
  • Make class aware of routines
  • E.g. rackets on floor when addressing class in
    badminton
  • Be consistent with rules
  • Dont punish whole class for one or a groups
    behaviour

4
Rewards Sanctions
  • Rewards work far better than sanctions
  • E.g. allow a pupil to demonstrate who has done
    very well
  • If giving out sanctions make sure they are
    individual
  • Give warnings
  • Be fair and consistent

5
Grouping Positioning
  • Know your groups
  • Who work well together who dont?
  • Try and position yourself around the perimeter of
    the playing area
  • When talking to a group/ individual keep the rest
    of the group in your eyesight

6
Know Your Students
  • The most important factor!
  • Get to know your pupils (names personalities)
  • How do they respond to praise/criticism
  • Develop a rapport with them
  • Say hello to them around school

7
However
  • Remember you are their teacher not their friend
  • Keep that boundary there
  • If you become to friendly they may not take you
    seriously when you need to exercise your authority

8
Differentiate
  • Make sure task caters for everyone
  • If they find it too hard or easy they are more
    likely to go off task
  • E.g. short handed rackets and low compression
    balls in tennis for low ability
  • Higher success more engaged more positive
    behaviour
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