Art and Science of Teaching and Learning, The by E. C. Wragg

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Usually Mr Abel’s jokes were shared, but three of the girls took a different view as exemplified by the following statement from one of them: He likes to play tricks on people, especially the girls. He dropped a model of a bird-eating spider in front of me. I shrieked. He does this kind of thing mostly to the girls because he says they need toughening up. They’re too soft. (Elizabeth) Mr Abel recognised that his unpredictable style might be a little frightening occasionally, and had described in interview how he would diminish this effect with humour, support and mild flirtation.

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91 The questionnaire data provided interesting information about pupils’ views of teaching. There is a degree of congruence between the pupils’ expressed preference for teachers who are understanding, friendly and firm, and both the teachers’ views in interview and their behaviour in the lessons observed and described elsewhere in our research, which showed that they tended, on the whole, to establish a climate of businesslike firmness at the beginning of the school year, but with a tempering of warmth and humour.

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