Ask questions, without knowing the answers
Mr. Tell has not retired yet, but is close to it. The teacher is relying on (and still enjoying) his Guru Role.
His body language says that he's in charge of the room. You can hear him telling the students stuff from the teacher’s book, and from his university education.
He is telling stories from his personal experience connected to the stuff in the teacher's book. The teacher’s deep-rooted attitudes and opinons are apparent even when they are not politically correct, nor shared by the students.
You get a sense that this teacher has treated his students like this for a long time. Certainly he has all this lesson, probably all last term and indeed it seems so natural to him that it’s likely to have been going on for many years.
You get the impression that this teacher knows what was right, and he knows that he is right.
However, the students are doing whatever they can to stop the teacher from telling them what's right all the time.
You notice that the students attitude is less than productive, they are disrespectful and their behaviour is occasionally disruptive. The teacher deals with these disruptions through an authoritarian approach, which includes threats and punishments.
"Change is inevitable, especially in an educational environment", Martin Richards
Some of the reasons why a coaching approach to education is necessary:
CAtE book, available on Amazon (click the picture)
Coaching Tools, available for download (click the picture)
Teacher, facilitator and coach; Martin Richards trains educators to use a coaching approach all the work they do.