Resetting Expectations

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  • Resetting Expectations   
  • Boker Tov! I'd like you to line up and come into the room together today.
  • Based on "How to Recover from a No Good, Unruly, Disorderly Teaching Day" by Michael Linsin
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  • Today in Tanakh we're going to work some more on our pasuk. Then we have two activities to help us understand our parsha better. ...
  • 1. Noah Pasuk 2. Group Drawing Activity 3. Partner Drawing Activity 4. Review Pasuk
  • Meet students in the hallway and make sure they enter the room in an orderly manner. This sends the message that the bar is being raised on behavioral expectations
  • Adapted by Rabbi Shira Shazeer 
  • Lets review the expectations in this class. Number one: One person talks at a time.  Number two:...
  • It also helps them shift gears into focussed, productive classroom mode. 
  • For Positive Behavior Management in the Inclusive Classroom
  • We'll chant our pasuk in Hebrew, English and Sign Language.  For now, you'll repeat after me. Do the motion and chant the words, just the way I do. Remember to stay seated, school listening look. The only thing I should hear is the words of the pasuk. ...
  • Start by reviewing the plan for the day so students know what to expect. This way you can relieve worry about how long less preferred activities will last, and give them something to look forward to.
  • Hebrew College Fall 2018
  • "My rainbow" 
  • Then review the class rules so students know you expect an environment of learning and respect today and moving forward.
  • 1. Noah Pasuk 2. Group Drawing Activity 3. Partner Drawing Activity 4. Review Pasuk
  • Then review the first routine in detail so expectations are totally clear.
  • 1. Noah Pasuk 2. Group Drawing Activity 3. Partner Drawing Activity 4. Review Pasuk
  • Make sure expectations are followed exactly in the first routine. This sets the tone for the day. Do not allow students to push limits here. 
  • My brain blows!
  • Remember, Sammy, say only the words in the pasuk.
  • 1. Noah Pasuk 2. Group Drawing Activity 3. Partner Drawing Activity 4. Review Pasuk
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