Creating Class Rules

Creating Class Rules
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  • Creating Class Rules
  • CLASSROOM RULES SHOULD BE 1. Simple 2. Definable 3. Enforceable 4. Expansive 5. Prominant 6. Behavior rules 
  • Based on How to Create The Perfect Set Of Classroom Rules by Michael Linsin
  • - calling out - hitting  - throwing  - sitting on students -name calling - destroying supplies -refusing to work ...
  • www.smartclassroommanagement.com
  • 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • - calling out - hitting  -throwing  - sitting on students
  • Important Criteria for Classroom Rules
  • Adapted by Rabbi Shira Shazeer
  • 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • Step 1: Brainstorm every misbehavior you've seen or can imagine 
  • For Positive Behavioral Support in the Inclusive Classroom
  • CLASS RULES 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your body to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • CLASS RULES 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your body to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • Step 2: Draft a few straightforward rules that might cover any possible misbehavior
  • Hebrew College, Fall 2018
  • Remember our rules, Lily. Keep your body to yourself.
  • CLASS RULES 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your body to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • CLASS RULES 1. Listen and follow directions.  2. Raise your hand before speaking and leaving your seat. 3. Keep your body to yourself. 4. Respect your classmates and your teacher.
  • Step 3: Check your brainstorm to see if any misbehaviors remain unaddressed and add or edit rules
  • - calling out - hitting  -throwing  - sitting on students
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  • Step 4: Explain rules to class and display prominently in classroom
  • Step 5: Enforce rules consistently
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