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The problems faced by the new teacher can range from basic unfamiliarity with practical and administrative issues, to more complex and vexing problems relating to classroom adaptation, teaching techniques, as well as confidence and issues of self - esteem. This paper discusses the various problematic areas that face the new teacher including the assessment of general and practical issues which affect the novice teachers. A major part of the paper is directed to a discussion of solutions to these problems and to related techniques and methodologies, as well as theoretical solutions that have been suggested by the literature.
From the Paper:"Eison emphasizes three crucial but fundamental guidelines for new teachers based on "activity". The first is to speak actively." Become an expressive, enthusiastic speaker who captures students' attention both verbally (e.g., humor) and nonverbally (e.g., facial expressions, movement). "(ibid) He also encourages new teachers to teach actively. This means that the teacher should actively engage pupils and encourage comment and participation in the classroom. This aspect is also crucial in establishing modes of communication and reciprocity between student and teacher. Eison also emphasizes "active care" as a primary guideline for new teachers."
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New Teachers (2006, September 21) Retrieved April 19, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/new-teachers-68938/
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