Students will have individual water bottles that will be filled during morning activities.
Students will wash hands before and after eating after the restroom and other necessary times.
Teacher will monitor the behavior of students at the sink and in the restroom.
Students will be required to carry a hall pass to the restroom sink (if out of room) and fountain.
Students may use pencil sharpener as needed. Should have at least two pencils at desk that are always sharpened.
10 Procedures In other School AreasBathroom water fountain office library
During class time students will need an individual hall pass to use bathroom water fountain office and library and no more than two students may be gone at the same time.
Group outings to bathroom and water fountain are scheduled during transition periods.
Group periods will be scheduled for entire class to use library.
Students can earn a pass to the library.
11 Procedures In other School AreasLining up
Students will be called by tables and/or good behavior. Make sure to vary the order by which tables are called.
Single file line.
Right side of hall.
Teacher will place finger over mouth to motion students need to be more quiet. Students should mimic teachers behavior.
12 Procedures In other School AreasPlayground
Follow line procedures.
Minor discipline problems stand next to teacher for certain amount of time.
More severe discipline problems sit out for entire recess period sent to another room or to office.
13 Procedures In other School AreasLunchroom
Follow line procedures.
Those who brought their lunches will line up in the front of the line proceed to lunch table.
Those who buy their lunches will line up in the back of the line and proceed to lunch line. Must stand quietly and orderly when waiting for the food.
At table be kind be courteous practice social skills and table manners.
Keep lunch table clean no throwing food and no sharing.
Color coded signs for talking Green everyone can talk Yellow getting to loud need to talk a little softer Red no talking must eat in silence.
End of lunch Do not leave table until everyone is finished line up with trash in hand and throw it away as you exit lunchroom in a line.
Follow line procedures back to classroom.
14 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Stu dent Participation
Portion of grade is determined by student participation.
Must raise hands.
Make eye contact with the person who is speaking.
Do not talk while someone else is talking.
Restrict allotted amount of time each person is allowed to speak.
15 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Sig nals for students attention
Teacher raises hand.
Flip lights on and off.
Use Green Yellow and Red signals as used in talking at the lunch table.
Song to indicate instructions.
Use overhead projector with instructions.
16 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Tal k among students
Use Green Yellow and Red signals.
Encouraged to build a sense of community among the students but should not be abused.
Have students arranged in groups where a child struggling can ask a partner for assistance.
Encourage students to communicate but provide rules. If students abuse talk time they will lose privileges.
17 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Mak ing Assignments
Have bulletin board next to calendar with assignments.
Instruct students on the location of assignments at the beginning of the year and then students will know where to find assignments on their own.
Major assignments will be discussed several times and then also placed on the bulletin board.
18 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Pas sing out books and supplies
Students will be assigned this duty weekly. It will be part of the daily tasks and will be rotated.
Some assignments will be at their desks and others may be at a work station/table where students will be instructed to gather materials of their own or for their group.
Teacher will always initiate passing of supplies or books.
Students that are elected for task can lose responsibility if misbehaving.
19 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Tur ning in work
Have specific notebooks/folders for turning in work.
Notebooks/folders will be placed on a specific table designated for turning in work.
Inform students of their responsibility of keeping folders and encourage students that follow directions.
20 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork
Handing back assignments
Place assignments in folders and students pick up folders as part of their morning routine from their mailboxes.
Folders can be distributed before the lesson or as they are needed.
Students may complete during downtime or at the beginning of the recess period
21 Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork Out -of-seat policy
Students should remain in seats unless otherwise instructed.
Students are allowed to sharpen pencils get a tissue throw trash away as needed. May not disturb others in the process.
Procedures for Whole-Class Activities/Seatwork
Activities after work is finished
Have worksheets that relate to current assignments.
Educational games puzzles flashcards.
Quietly read at reading center or at own desks.
Write in journals.
Work on computer.
Write a short story.
Draw a picture.
Go to center.
23 Procedures for Small-Group Activities Student movement into and out of groups
Instructions should be clearly stated and understood.
Discourage behavior problems at the onset of activities.
Be clear about what is expected in the small-group.
24 Procedures for Small-Group Activities Bringing materials into and out of groups
Teacher should already be prepared with materials.
Materials should be placed accessible to where group is located.
If materials are at students desks they will be clearly instructed to bring materials.
25 Procedures for Small-Group Activities Expected behavior of students in group/out of group
Golden Rule Do unto others as you would have others do unto to you.
26 Other ProceduresBeginning of day
Place folders in mailbox.
Pledge of Allegiance.
Circle time (calendar and assign jobs).
Complete morning review of yesterdays lesson.
Place all belongings in cubbies or on hooks.
Fill water bottles.
Be seated quietly at desk when bell rings.
Prepare to start lesson.
27 Other ProceduresEnd of day
Make sure all assignments have been completed and turned in.
Make sure that all of your unfinished work is in your folder to take home. Make sure you have the materials you need to complete the assignment.
Clean up your area.
Circle time (daily recap).
Line up students according to transportation.
If time permits have activities such as reading video etc.
Say goodbye to each student.
28 Other ProceduresStudent conduct during delays interruptions
When an interruption occurs the main goal is to keep it as brief as possible.
If interrupted by a telephone call be brief. If you see that the conversation will take too long offer to call the person back at a more convenient time.
If a visitor drops by your classroom try to meet them at the door so that you can speak with the visitor and watch your class at the same time.
At the beginning of the year teach students the appropriate routines to handle interruptions.
29 Other ProceduresFire drill
Evacuation routes will be posted on walls at every exit in classroom.
Students will be informed about fire safety in both English and Spanish prior to any fire drills.
Children will learn about fire safety and how to follow the teachers instructions during a drill.
Children will learn how to
1. Stop what they are doing follow instructions and quickly leave the building.
2. Congregate at the safe meeting place (established ahead of time)
3. How to stop drop and roll if they are on fire.
4. How to crawl on their bellies if the smoke is too thick for them to see or breathe in.
5. How fires start what causes fires and what to avoid playing with in order to prevent a fire.
The drill begins when the fire alarms sound. The teacher in the front of the line will instruct students to come to the safe meeting place while the teacher in the rear of the line conducts a head count to make sure everyone is accounted for they also yell into the room to make sure no one is left.
While outside teachers and students will discuss the drill and any concerns they might have.
After the drill a transition period should be added to calm children such as singing a song or reading an appropriate book.
30 Other ProceduresHousekeeping/student helpers
Assign each child a job
Student responsibilities will rotate weekly
Jobs could include
Library Monitor- keeps the books in order
Line Leaders (2)- encourage students to get ready in line and walk at the front of the lines when they are ready.
Art Monitors- help pass out and collect art supplies
Supply or Paper Monitors- pass out supplies from the supply tubs or teacher.
Blackboard Monitor- erases the chalkboard and cleans erasers at the end of each day.
Attendance Monitor- helps the teacher record who is absent and gathers books or materials that absent students may need.
Pencil Monitor- sharpens extra pencils
Door Monitor- checks that the door is locked or unlocked and helps the teacher get it open and shut at the appropriate times
Light Monitor- turns the lights on when students are working in the classroom and turns them off when students leave the room
Ball or P.E. Equipment Monitor- keeps track of who gets to have the balls or other gym equipment and passes them out at the next recess or lunch.
Center Monitor- checks and straightens out the centers before leaving each day.
31 Other ProceduresSubstitute folder/procedures
For Expected Absences
Have a clear plan for the substitute.
Since substitutes skill varies greatly it is better to have review lessons planned.
Have a sub folder. This should include schedules fire/emergency plans a teacher to ask if there are any questions names of responsible students rainy day plans or other pertinent information.
For Unexpected Absences
Have a box in plain view that is marked Substitute.
The box should include The basic days schedule and lesson plans the sub folder copies for every subject for 2 days directions on how to determine text pages master copies for a weeks work that can be run it you will be absent for more than one or two days and suggestions for unit studies.
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