The Importance of Teacher’s Part in the Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom

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The Importance of Teacher’s Part
In the Disruptive Behavior
In the Classroom

Prepared by
Aclan, Olga
Enriquez, Zarah Mae
Salazar, Aprilyn

Prepared to:
Mrs. Rose Mae Ann LUmanglas
Table of Contents I. Introduction a. Statement of the Problem b. Significance of the Study II. Body a. Conceptual Literature b. Research Literature III. Summary and Recommendation IV. Bibliography a. Books b. Journals c. Unpublished Materials d. Web Resources

I. Introduction
Disruptive behavior can be defined as any behavior that disturbs, interferes with, disrupts, or prevents any normal operations and functions. It is the most common reasons children are referred for mental health
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These are the following examples of disruptive classroom behaviors: Usage of Electronic Devices
• Using cellular phones, text messaging iPods, MP3 players, laptops, etc. while class is in session
Unexcused exits
• Leaving to retrieve a soda or other snack items
• Leaving to engage in a conversation (i.e. person-to-person or by phone)
• Leaving before class is finished for any reason without prior permission from the instructor
Non-Permitted Communication During Classroom Instruction
• Talking while the instructor is talking
• Talking before being recognized by the instructor (i.e. blurting out information)
• Talking without permission during classroom instruction (i.e. side conversations with an individual or in a group) • Mimicking and/or consistently repeating an instructor’s words
Personal Attacks
• Engaging in abusive or mean spirited criticism of another student or an instructor
• Questioning an instructor’s authority in front of the class
• Continuing to insist on speaking with an instructor during classroom instruction
• Telling an instructor to “shut-up”
Threatening Behaviors
• Verbally abusing an instructor or student (i.e. cursing or extremely loud talking directed at a particular person) • Threatening to physically harm an instructor or student through verbal or body gestures
• Intimidating through body gestures and/or posture or persistent staring at an instructor or student

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