Presentation on theme: "Class Policies/Rules There are only four basic classroom policies or rules. Following these policies will help keep our class environment peaceful and."— Presentation transcript:
1 Class Policies/RulesThere are only four basic classroom policies or rules.Following these policies will help keep our class environment peaceful and productive.If you choose not to adhere to the policies, there will be logical consequences.
2 Classroom Policies/Rules Bring your materials to class every dayBe in your seat working on bell work when the bell ringsRespect your teacherRespect your classmatesWhat is respect?
3 Possible Behavioral Consequences WarningConference with studentYou call home and explain to parentsI make formal parent contactAfter or before school detentionDetention will include tutoringReferral to Administration
4 Class ProceduresWe will only be reviewing the most commonly used procedures at this time.Procedures may be changed or added to if the need arises.
5 Procedure: ENTRANCEMake sure you have all necessary materials for the class.Enter the classroom quietly.Pick up any handouts and do any housekeeping (sharpening pencil etc.) items quickly and quietly.Go directly to your assigned seat.Store your backpack under your deskBegin bell work.
6 Right After the Bell Rings Immediately start your Bell Work in your composition notebook.Bell Work will be on the screen. Follow the directions.When you finish, wait quietly or read in your individual book/novel.
7 During Teacher Instruction Listen to the teacher/speaker with full attention.No pencil sharpening, talking, moving about the classroom, or whispering. Stay seated.No talking to others even if you feel it is about the topic.Write down any questions you may have.After instruction, make sure you understand the concept.If not, ask questions by mentioning which part you didn’t understand.Do NOT ask to use the restroom.
8 During Group WorkTalk at a voice level that contains your voice to your group.Coaching and praising by group members is a requirement.Time limits are strictly enforced.Group work still requires individual accountability.During group work, you do not need to ask to sharpen pencil, use the restroom etc.
9 While You Are Working Independently Make sure you read or listen to the directions about your work and understand the directions.If you didn’t understand, quietly ask for help from other students sitting around you.If you are asked to help, be polite and help.Talking to each other should be no louder than a whisper.Respect each other and be friendly.Use your time wisely. Put forth your best effort to finish your work on time.
10 “High Five” Stop whatever you are doing at that moment. Face the teacher and wait silently.Quietly, notify any classmates who haven’t noticed that the teacher has raised her hand.No talking or whispering. All of your attention should be given to the teacher.
11 Classroom ManagementOnly one student out of seat at a time in student area.Bathroom pass/hallway pass is hanging by the door. You will not be allowed to go to restroom in my class more than 2x per week.Respect teacher, school and your classmates’ property at all times.
12 Outside the classroom: SSS CafeteriaNo runningNo cuttingPep Rally/AssemblyWalk Single file, Straight and SilentListen respectfully to presenter(s)Computer LabRespect all equipmentMust have ear buds or earphonesAssigned seatingWork quietly without disturbing others
13 After You Are FinishedCheck your work and the directions one more time to see if you missed anything or did something incorrectly.Check to see if the heading is written correctly on the top right your paper.NameDateClass/ BlockAssignment TitleIf the assignment is to be turned in, do so.Do sponge activity; if none you may read quietly in your seat.What are Sponge Activities?
14 Maintaining the Classroom Pick up any garbage.Class Textbooks should be stacked neatly in basket under desk before you leave.Recycle papersDo not intentionally deface school, personal, or other’s personal property.
15 Dismissal Clean your work area and take all garbage to the trash can. Wait in your seat for the teacher to dismiss you. You may not leave the classroom until the teacher is at the door.Ticket out the door: Post-it note placed on parking lot on your way out the door.Leave quietly, ONLY after you have been given permission to do so.
16 When You Are AbsentDO NOT FORGET TO TURN IN A NOTE WHEN YOU ARE ABSENT. You only have 3 days, you will not be reminded by ANYONE.Find your “We Missed You” packet in the “If you were absent” pocket.If you have questions about assignments, check with the teacher at an appropriate time. Do the work at home.If you missed a test because of an excused absence, inform the teacher and arrange a time to make up the test after school.You will have one day to make-up work for every day you are absent.
17 When You Have an Excused Tardy Report to attendance office to get tardy slip.Enter the classroom quietly and go to your seat.You will not be excused from any work you missed. Quietly, get the assignment and do the work at home.
18 When There Is a Substitute We treat guests in our room as courteously or better than we treat Mrs. StephensSit in your assigned seat ONLY.Maintain proper voice levels.Remain on task.Be helpful and courteous.Subs will report behaviors (good & bad) and proper consequences will be applied.
19 B.Y.O.D. Charging your device When we leave the classroom (library, computer lab, assemblies)Apps to devices that we will be using in the classroomEarly FinishersSignal Word: “Devices out”When not using our devicesSharing devicesP – Purpose is always educational!R – Responsible use is always expected!I – Instructions for use will always be followed!D – devices must always use school network!E – Everyone will always conduct him or herself responsibly online!