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Use  Gestures  Effectively l  Use  gestures  to  stress  a  point. n  Use  gestures  that  are  natural  and  appropriate  to  the  lesson. Maintain   A   Positive,   Professional   Attitude n   Show   a   sincere   concern   for   student   comprehension. Never   display   cynicism,   intimidate students,   or   use   profanity   or   off-color   remarks. n   Project   professionalism   by   presenting   a   smart,   concise,   and   meaningful   presentation. Use  Time  Effectively n  Stay  on  time  throughout  the  lesson.  That  shows  you  are  well  prepared. n   Follow   the   instructional   time   allowed   in   the   approved   curriculum. Avoid   Distracting   Mannerisms ~  Avoid  distracting  behaviors,  such  as  playing  with  a  marker  or  pointer,  sticking  your  hands in   your   pockets,   or   using   gestures   excessively. Use   Communication   Skills   Effectively n  Make  sure  your  voice  is  reasonably  pleasant  (quality),  easily  understood  (intelligibility), and  expresses  differences  in  meaning  (variety).  Quality  includes  not  only  the  sound  of  the voice  but  the  feelings  projected  when  you  speak.  Intelligibility  refers  to  clear  articulation, correct   pronunciation,   and   the   use   of   correct   grammar.   Variety   includes   the   use   of variation  in  rate,  volume,  force,  and  pitch  of  your  speech. Maintain    Flexibility n  Be  open  to  discussions  that  enhance  the  lesson  but  do  not  lose  sight  of  the  lesson. n  Offer  to  meet  students  outside  the  classroom  to  discuss  their  thoughts  when  too  much  time is  being  spent  in  areas  not  related  to  the  lesson. Use  Personal  Experiences  And  Examples n  Use  personal  experiences  that  are  related  to  the  subject. n   Use   examples   throughout   the   lesson. Explain   Material   Clearly n   Explain   the   material   at   a   level   the   students   can   understand. n  If  students  appear  to  be  confused,  then  you  should  explain  the  material  in  a  different manner. 115

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