Lining Up Procedures Hallway Procedures Bathroom and Water Break Procedures

Lining up procedures hallway procedures bathroom and

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Lining Up Procedures Hallway Procedures Bathroom and Water Break Procedures
Lunch Procedures Recess Procedures Entering the Classroom Procedures Morning Procedures Dismissal Procedures Attention Getters Most of the procedures would come up naturally during the day, and I would make sure I taught my expectations explicitly before students were expected to do anything. For example, I would begin to teach students the routine for taking a bathroom break about 10 minutes before we left for the bathroom. Then, the class would have a chance to practice that routine while we went to the bathroom. Also, since dismissal is usually the craziest part of the day, I would always leave plenty of time before we actually dismissed for the day, to practice our routine. 5.) Enforce Rules Next the students would be introduced to the classroom rules. I would ask the class as a group to come up with what they think are some good rules for a positive and productive classroom. I would have a large white poster board and I would write down their ideas. I would also have them come up with consequences should be enforced when their rules are broken. I would then go round the room and point out and read outloud the colorful and numbered posters that are also the classroom rules. I would explain to them that the rules begin today and will be enforced everyday. I would stress to them the warnings and consequences if the rules are not followed. 6). Administrative Activities Take attendance, classroom prep time, organize handouts, work with para on expectations, and get extra curricular activities calendar to share with class later. 7.) Question and Answer Time This is a great opportunity for the teacher to make connections with the students and begin building relationships with them. I will hand out 3x5 index cards to the students and ask them to write down any questions they have so far. I will let them know that they can even ask questions about me. Not all students will have questions, and that’s okay and I will let them know that as well. I will collect the cards and answer the questions on the cards. Next, I share with my students some artifacts from my childhood, such as my report cards, subjects that I may have struggled with like math!, my handwriting and even some pictures from when I was in elementary school. I think that students need to hear about your childhood and who you are outside the classroom. It helps them see that you also made mistakes and are human, too! 8.) Sensory Poem As a class we will choose holiday, seasons, or any other area that deals with your senses. Then they must list the five senses that go along with their choice, sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. . Tell them that they must address one sense in each line of the poem. The first line should include a color, and the last may include touch or emotion. This activity can be used as a short
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