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ATTENTION SIGNAL Voices off. Stop what you’re doing. Eyes on teacher. Follow teacher directions.
Direct Teach Voices off. Eyes on teacher. Stay in your assigned area. Follow directions. Need help? Care to comment? Raise your hand.
Independent Work Voices off. Stay in your assigned area. Work steadily to complete your assignment. If you finish early, choose an alternative assignment. Need help? Raise your hand.
Group Work Voices quiet so only your group can hear you. Stay in your assigned area. Work steadily to complete your assignment. Need help? First, ask group members. Then, raise hand.
ENTERING Voices quiet. Walk straight to seat. Get materials ready. Begin warm-up or wait for instructions. Need help? Ask a neighbor.
Exiting Voices off. Gather necessary materials. Keep hands, feet, and objects to self. Wait for teacher dismissal. Need help? Raise your hand.
=conversation How are we going to communicate? =help How will you get your questions answered? =activity What is the activity we are working on? =movement.
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