Presenting the Plan

Presenting the Plan

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Creating a Classroom Management Plan for Module2

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  • Creating Rules & Procedures: On the first day, I will facilitate a conversation about the student's needs as well as my needs and create some classroom rules with thier input. This helps them own the ruls and build the foundation of a community. I will use a consequence & rewards chart (move up with good behavior, down if not, etc.)
  • Today, we're going to talk about rules and I want you to help me create them.
  • Communication: I will communicate with the parents the rules and procedures we create. I will like to have the parents involved as much as possible to partner with them and have them be part of our community as well. I also plan a weekly newsletter explaining homework and assignments and classroom on-goings.
  • Dear Parents, Today, your child and I created rules and procedures for our classroom. I plan to communicate and involve parents as much as possible. Below you will find a description of the rules and our procedures. Please read and sign that you have reviewed these rules and return to me by Monday.
  • Routines & Responsibilities: I will also build a routine that can be flexible but still have set activities we do every day like a morning meeting. During this morning meeting, I will select student helpers everyday to give them responsibilities.
  • Our Daily Routine Monday: .....
  • Today's Helpers
  • Transitions & Time Managment: I will create planned-out, as smooth as possible, transitions from one activity to another. I will incorporate music to help with time management and also keep the students engaged.
  • 1. Take out your Reading Folder. 2. Read the story, "Cinderella". 3. Put your head down on the desk when you are done.
  • Engaging Lessons: I will vary my teaching styles and methods to ensure the lessons are up to date and engaging. If students are engaged, they do not think about misbehaving.
  • We will all have a turn to be: 1) Store Clerks: count and give change 2) Customers buy $___ (I will give you an amount) worth of groceries. 3) Observers: use your math journal to write down how the money was calculated (remember your math skills!)
  • WELCOME TO OUR STORE Today's Math Lesson: Review of Counting Money
  • Classroom: in the end, my classroom will be a safe place for learning. My bullintin boards will be created for learning and/or creating a community. My students will feel it is a safe place to learn and to communicate with me when they need to.
  • Johnny Jan. 4
  • Mary Feb. 10
  • Susan Mar. 21
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