Module 4 DQ 1.docx - How are classroom procedures different than classroom rules Explain what it means to teach model and practice your procedures along

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How are classroom procedures different than classroom rules? Explain what it means to teach, model, and practice your procedures along with your beliefs on when procedures should be taught. Please include detailed examples on how procedures and rules might affect a student’s level of achievement in your future classroom. Classroom procedures are more of expectations that the students are trained on and should act upon each day they walk into the class. For example, one procedure might be that when the student walks in the door, they do it quietly, grab the daily class activity sheet by the door, and sit down ready to learn. Classroom rules are a set of behavioral guidelines that come with consequences if not followed. Some rules that a teacher might have posted on their wall would be “Treat others with respect” and/or “Only
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  • Spring '19
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