Voice Meter
Post On February 12, 2015 By admin

Voice Meter – Tell your students that when they are inside the classroom, they must be audible but use moderate voice. Outside the classroom, they are welcome to raise the volume, as long as they do not disturb anyone.

Put your hand up to answer/to ask – In their enthusiasm to answer or ask questions, students sometimes tend to answer along with other students and some have the inclination to do the same more than the others. Give your students three pointers. Hands must be raised to ask or answer questions. Every student gets three waivers for answering out of turn or asking questions without raising their hand. Once they exhaust three waivers, for every question or answer that is said out of turn, the student loses a minute of game time.

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