Presenting the Plan

Presenting the Plan
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  • FIRST BELL RINGS
  • Good morning John. Good morning Sally. Good morning Jim. Good morning Sam.
  • CHOOSE KIND.
  • MORNING MEETING
  • CHOOSE KIND.
  • Okay, boys and girls who can tell me what they think about the quote, "Choose Kind"?
  • SET THE PROCEDURES
  • I think we should have a rule about trying our best!
  • Rules: 1. Respect our classmates 2. Listen when others are talking 3. Play safely and quietly 4.
  • Great start! Does anyone have another rule? Yes, Sally?
  • Boys and girls. This is not how we solve a problem. We will talk during our meeting.
  • It is so important to establish relationships with your students early. I make sure I am at my door and greeting each student with a smile and by name as they enter my classroom.
  • RECESS
  • NO I DIDN'T
  • He didn't. I SWEAR!
  • I begin morning meeting with an inspiring, fun, or random quote to get conversation flowing. It is a great way to start the day in a positive manner and get those ideas out.
  • CLASS MEETING AFTER RECESS
  • Thank you for being honest Johnny. Boys and girls how can we solve this next time?
  • Rules: 1. Respect our classmates 2. Listen when others are talking 3. Play safely and quietly 4. Try your best
  • Ms. Bo, I think it could have been an accident?
  • Once the morning routine is set, it is a great idea to set classroom rules and expectations. I usually have the students contribute and we decide on rules together.
  • END OF THE DAY
  • Goodbye Johnny. Goodbye Sally. Goodbye Jim. Goodbye Sam. Remember, Choose Kind.
  • YEAH!!!!
  • CHOOSE KIND.
  • To me, this is a classic example of behavior that can happen on the playground. Instead of the students arguing, I remind them that we will talk about it as a class after recess. Often times they are too emotional to talk right after the situation so this gives cool down time.
  • Ms. Bo! Johnny pushed me!
  • Well I saw, and he did!
  • After recess, students come inside and are reminded of our classroom rules before we begin our class meeting. Then, each student gets a chance to express their feelings and thoughts. We talk as a class how we can prevent this behavior in the future.
  • She was taking too long! I didn't mean to push her so hard...
  • It felt like he pushed me down the slide.
  • Next time, someone could say excuse me if they are take too long.
  • Just like at the beginning of the day, I say bye to each student by name and remind them of the quote of the day.
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