Presentation on theme: "Class 2: Rules. 1.ROLCC: respect, obey, listen, care, Christ-like 2.5 Up Rules 3.Red/Yellow/Green 4.Balloons/Smiley Faces 5.Personal Rewards Set the Rules."— Presentation transcript:
Class 2: Rules
1.ROLCC: respect, obey, listen, care, Christ-like 2.5 Up Rules 3.Red/Yellow/Green 4.Balloons/Smiley Faces 5.Personal Rewards Set the Rules
1. Sit Up
2. Look Up
3. Listen Up
4. Hand Up
5. Zip Up
The Room Students should be able to… 1.See 2.Hear 3.Speak 4.Move
Tips and Helps 1.Use their names 2.Use participation 1.Questions 2.Hand motions 3.Repeat phrases 4.Volunteers 3.Use good eye contact 4.Walk into the audience 5.Light tap on shoulder 6.Move students’ seats 7.Remove distractions 8.Give set choices 9.Praise good character 10. Shepherds 11.Clapping Game 12.Wrap it up
Character- Based Correction WRONG 1.No correction at all 2.Embarrassing a child/ Bad humor 3.Empty threats 4.Changing boundaries/ Favoritism 5.Comparing to other students 6.Using words like Never/ Always 7.Out of anger
GOD Umbrella of Authority Parents Teachers Child
Character- Based Correction RIGHT 1.Pray 2.Don’t take it personally, but… 3.Be personal! 4.Keep calm—don’t argue 5.Highlight the character problem 6.Keep focused on their choices 7.Allow them a chance to make it right
BAD roots = BAD fruitGOOD roots = GOOD fruit What You See The Reason Why
Teacher Shepherd Kid FrontBack
Object Lesson I’m bored. I’m too tired… I can’t see!
Examples A. “ You never stop talking.” B. “If you like to talk so much, why don’t you come up here and talk?” C. “Do you remember our five Up Rules? What is the last rule?” (Zip Up) D. Ignore the child Child will not stop talking to her friends.
Examples A.“God, who created you, put your parents in charge of you, and your parents have put you under our care. We are responsible for you.” B. “Your little sister would never behave this way in church!” C. “Change seats NOW because I said so!” D. “Are you disrespecting me?” Child argues that you have no right to tell him to change seats.
Examples A.“Stop that.” B. “(child’s name), you have a choice—sit in the back with me, or stop being a distraction to others.” C. “Why are you doing that?” D. Child begins to blame other students for “starting it first” Child is bothering other students with his feet, kicking their chairs.
Examples Child refuses to participate in fun group activities/games. A.“Fine, do what you want.” B. “Do you know how much time and energy your teachers have spent coming up with fun things for you to do? Now you’re just being ungrateful!” C. “Hi, my name is _____. So, why don’t you like this game?” (Get to know her) D. “But everyone else is playing and having fun!”
Examples Child is confrontational in the middle of class and claims that the lesson is “boring.” A.“I would like to see you do better!” B. “That doesn’t matter because I am talking right now and you shouldn’t be.” C. “Sorry this is boring.” D. “I will talk to you later after class, and we can talk about it further.”
Challenge Write down 2 common problems in the (younger) pre-K – 2 nd grades. And write down one solution to fix each one. Write down 2 common problems in the (older) 3 rd – 6 nd grades. And write down one solution to fix each one.