Young Learners: Zoom Class Rules

15th July 2021

Should Students Have the Option to Turn Their Cameras Off During Zoom? –  The Rampage
A familiar scene from my ADULT IELTS class – no one switching on their camera. THIS IS FROM GOOGLE IMAGES

Hello everyone

Please have pens, pencils and paper ready.

If you have a project, you will need crayons and colour pencils, an eraser, a ruler.

Furthermore, please have your Student Book and Work Book ready.

SCHOOL RULES:

Listen to teachers

Answer when we call your name

No shouting // No noise // Sit in a quiet place

Do not play with Zoom // White background

Listen when your friends are speaking

Tell Daddy to put a shirt on if he is going to be on camera

Say ‘please,’ and ‘thank you’

5 words: Dear teacher, I am finished

REWARDS

Good work will get you a sticker. Collect stickers for a special prize.

However

If you break the rules and disturb my class, you will get a …

David Bowie - Blackstar - mxdwn Music

Three black stars and you will not get any stickers.

Furthermore, Student Care will phone your parents.

Now let’s go to work and learn some English

6 thoughts on “Young Learners: Zoom Class Rules

  1. Are zoom classes harder than regular classes? I’ve been wondering about that. I mean the effectiveness of teaching, the classroom dynamic must be different in zoom classes. LOL. There must be pros and cons.

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  2. You are absolutely right, a Zoom class has a totally different dynamic, not to mention challenges. Always depends on the class, the motivation and standards of behaviour. I shall write two blogs exploring your question in more detail, the pros & cons. Have a great day 🙂

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