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Objective: Students and teachers will be able to identify the three basic types of behavior in school settings in order to better implement the Viking.

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1 Objective: Students and teachers will be able to identify the three basic types of behavior in school settings in order to better implement the Viking Code of Conduct. PBIS AND THE 4R’S Everyone gets a folder and notebook paper. Write your drill. DRILL: 1. What do you think about when you hear… RESPECT- RESPECT- RESPONSIBILITY- RESPONSIBILITY- RELATIONSHIPS- RELATIONSHIPS- READINESS- READINESS- 2. List ways that you can be: Respectful~Responsible~Ready~

2 HOW ARE APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORS ACKNOWLEDGED? V-Bucks V-Bucks - Awarded by teachers to students to exemplify positive behaviors in the classroom, hallways, cafeteria, and other areas in the building Viking Cards (awarded only to grades 10, 11, and 12) Viking Cards (awarded only to grades 10, 11, and 12) - Awarded to students who have supported the Viking Code of respect, responsibility, and readiness. - Awarded to students who have supported the Viking Code of respect, responsibility, and readiness.

3 HOW DO I EARN A VIKING CARD? At least a “C” average with no D’s or E’s At least a “C” average with no D’s or E’s 94% attendance for a semester 94% attendance for a semester No more than 3 days late a semester No more than 3 days late a semester No significant behavior issues No significant behavior issues

4 Why do I want a Viking card? Gift Cards Gift Cards Homework Passes Homework Passes End of the year picnic End of the year picnic Pizza and a movie Pizza and a movie And MORE …. And MORE ….

5 Closure: What are the 4 R’s? What are the 4 R’s? What is a V-Buck? What is a V-Buck? What is an SIR? What is an SIR? How do you earn a Viking Card? How do you earn a Viking Card? Closure Ideas: 1. Have the students take out their sketchbooks and write an entry on the 3 R's and how they can incorporate them into their daily activities. 2. Have students write about the Viking Card and if they believe they can achieve this status. Why/why not? 3. Students create an SIR, V-buck, or office referral for a friend.

6 ADVISORY BELL SCHEDULE REVISED 8/09 A Lunch B LunchC Lunch HR and Period 1 MOD 1 7:30 – 8:13HR and Period 1 MOD1 7:30 – 8:13HR and Period 1 MOD 1 7:30 – 8:13 Period 2 MOD 2 8:18 – 9:00 Period 2 MOD 2 8:18 – 9:00 Period 2 MOD 2 8:18 – 9:00 Advisory9:05 – 9:37Advisory9:05 – 9:37Advisory9:05 – 9:37 Period 3 MOD 3 9:42 – 10:24 Period 3 MOD 3 9:42 – 10:24 Period 3 MOD 3 9:42 – 10:24 Lunch MOD 4 10:24 – 10:54 Period 4 MOD 4/5 10:29 – 11:11 Period 4 MOD 4/5 10:29 – 11:11 Period 4 MOD 5/6 10:59 – 11:41 Lunch MOD 6 11:11 – 11:41 Period 5 MOD 6/7 11: :58 Period 5 MOD 7/8 11:46 – 12:28 Period 5 MOD 7/8 11:46 – 12:28 Lunch11:58 – 12:28 Period 6 MOD 9 12:33 – 1:15 Period 6 MOD 9 12:33 – 1:15 Period 6 MOD 9 12:33 – 1:15 Period 7 MOD 10 1:20 – 2:00 Period 7 MOD 10 1:20 – 2:00 Period 7 MOD 10 1:

7 Get to know each other: Pass out the Bingo Sheets. Pass out the Bingo Sheets. Everyone needs a writing utensil. Everyone needs a writing utensil. Write your name on your sheet. Write your name on your sheet. Read the directions on the Bingo sheet together. Read the directions on the Bingo sheet together.

8 BF Skinner We need two volunteers. We need two volunteers. We will pick a pose for them to create. We will pick a pose for them to create. They will figure it out without the class talking. They will figure it out without the class talking. The class will clap if they get closer to the correct pose. The class will clap if they get closer to the correct pose. If they are further away, class will sit silent. If they are further away, class will sit silent.

9 Why did we do the game called BF Skinner? Why did we do the game called BF Skinner? Positive Reinforcement Positive Reinforcement GOOD JOB! GOOD JOB!

10 Document your life: Write the date. Write the date. What’s going on in your life? What’s going on in your life? Who are your friends? Who are your friends? What did you do over the weekend? What did you do over the weekend? How are you feeling? How are you feeling? How is school going? How is school going? What are you making in Art? What are you making in Art? What are you looking forward to? What are you looking forward to?


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