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The Ron Clark Story

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Lukas Gorn

on 11 May 2014

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Transcript of The Ron Clark Story

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Plot
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Synopsis:
It premiered on January 13th, 2006 on TNT. The movie is based on teacher who worked with disadvantage students in North Carolina and in Harlem.
The movie is about an inspiring tale of an energetic, creative and idealistic young teacher who leaves his small North Carolina hometown to teach in a New York City public school. Through his passionate use of special rules for his classroom, highly innovative teaching techniques and an undying devotion to his students and helping them cope with their problems, Clark is able to make a remarkable difference in the lives of his students.
Mr. Clark develops a relationship with his students by...
Commenting on the student's interests outside of school
By:
The Ron Clark Story
Lukas Gorn, Kayla Stanley, and Haley Ruzek
Teacher-Student Relationship
Theories
Rules
Mr. Clark presents the rules on the first day of class and continues to go over them whenever it is needed.
His rules (all 55) are presented on the walls bordering his classroom for easy referral.
His book of classroom rules, The Essential 55, spent 13 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller List, and has been published in over 25 countries.
Motivational Strategies
Chugging milk to gain the students' attention and keep them engaged during a lesson
Positive reinforcement with candy
Behavior Prevention
Having engaged students will result in low amounts of misbehavior
Creating a Community
Using Classroom Resources
Correcting Behavior
Parental Involvement
Having the students light a candle to promise them they will learn more then they ever imagined if they stick with him.
Home visits
"You Just Learned Something"
"The President Rap"
"Give Yourself Another Chance"
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