Unwanted talking is near the top of the list of teacher frustrations.
Although not considered severe misbehavior, it can nonetheless severely disrupt learning.
It can hijack listening, shatter concentration, and cause other students to join in as well.
It’s a thorny issue—because it’s hard to know why it’s happening, what you’re doing wrong, and why none of the strategies you try seem to work.
It can make you question whether stopping it is even possible.
“Maybe I just have to accept that I have a talkative class.”
The truth is, you can fix excessive and impermissible talking and expect silence whenever you need…
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