1. From what I have observed, the reacting techniques that encouraged teacher-student interaction are repeating the answer, explaining the answer and giving appropriate praise. The teacher is repeating the answer for the students to better know what is it all about. The teacher is explaining the answer so that the students can understand and of think of ideas relating with the ...view middle of the document...
This will get them motivated to be attentive in the class.
2. This statement means the role of teacher in helping his/her students in gaining and absorbing whatever he/she teach. Students go to school because they want to learn more that's why teachers are teaching them so when they come home, there is something that the students gained in the school.
For me, to encourage teacher-student interaction, the teacher must check his/her questioning and reacting techniques. First, the teacher should make the questions appropriate to the level of students he/she has. Then, know the strengths and weaknesses of the students. The teacher must provide interesting questions that can really set the minds of the students to what topic or lesson you have. The questions to be asked must be from simple to complex and help the students to analyze and think of the answer. Make sure that the set of questions you have are answerable and clear to your students. Lastly, let your students to relate their answers in their life experiences and share it in the class.