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Learning Environment Plan - Phase IIEDF3251: Hannah BrownDeveloping Rules and ProceduresProcedures for Developing Classroom RulesWhen trying to create a list of rules for my classroom I will first provide the students witha list of rules I “think” we should have. We will review them and discuss whether the class thinks they are important and why. We will discuss each rule individually and I will allow students to offer their opinions and thoughts about the rules. Then, after we have decided on the rules, we will word them in our own creative ways that are fitting for the age group in the classroom. Students are more likely to adhere to these rules knowing they had a part in not only creating them but have an understanding of the rules’ importance.Classroom Rules1.Keep your desk clean2.Be respectful to the school grounds3.Walk quietly in the classroom4.Keep hands to yourself 5.Walk quietly in the halls6.No running in the classroomProcedures for Teaching Rule FollowingI will make the rules part of my morning routine. This means that as the students are settled in for the day, we will review the rules as a class. We will also discuss any previous behaviors not being followed and areas we can work on for following the rules. This will allow