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Classroom managementIn order to manage classrooms effectively, a teacher must be able to handle a range of variables. These will be discussed individually. • The teacher in the classroom All teachers, like all people, have their own physical characteristics and habits which they take in to the class with them. But there are a number of issues to consider which can have a direct bearing on the student’s perception of us. 1. Proximity: Teachers need to be conscious of the distance between them and their students as this distance can tell a student whether the teacher is monitoring, modifying behavior, or being cold. 2. Appropriacy: Deciding how close to the students the teacher wishes to be while working is a matter of appropriacy. So is the general way in which teachers sit or stand in classrooms. 3. Movement: Some teachers spend most of their time in the classroom standing in one place which can be very boring for the students and then there are those who walk the entire time again making the students nervous. Though movement depends on personal style, a teacher must find a comfortable balance. 4. Awareness: In order to manage a class successfully, the teacher has to be aware of what students are doing and how they are feeling. This means watching and listening as carefully