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DESCRIPTIONClassroom Expectations. Live, Learn, and Be All About It. 8/28. Please be seated and pick up a copy of Mrs. Anzalduas Procedures and read it over by yourself. Be prepared to discuss. Attention Signal. This is what it looks & sounds like. 100% compliance in 5 seconds or less. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Classroom ExpectationsLive, Learn, and Be All About It.8/28Please be seated and pick up a copy of Mrs. Anzalduas Procedures and read it over by yourself. Be prepared to discuss.
Attention SignalThis is what it looks & sounds like.
100% compliance in 5 seconds or less.Procedures Lets visit the Procedures Handout.ProceduresYou should have read the Rules and Procedures on your desk.Please sign and take it home for your parents to sign.Return it tomorrow.NON-NEGOTIABLE CLASS RULES and CONSEQUENCESNon-negotiable means these rules are not open for discussion.You violate the rule, you will have a consequence.ConsequencesOffenses accumulate over the course of the year. Depending on the individual situation, the teacher may choose any level for an appropriate consequence.First Offense: Verbal WarningSecond Offense: Private Student /Teacher ConferenceThird Offense: Detention, Parent Teacher ConferenceFourth Offense (including missing an assigned detention): Double Detention, Parent/Teacher Conference Fifth Offense or Severe Disruption: Office ReferralCHAMPsConversation: Can we talk to each other during this activity/transition?Help: How can we ask questions during this activity/transition? How do we get your attention?Activity: What is the task/objective of this activity/transition? What is the expected end product?Movement: Can we move about during this activity/transition? Can we sharpen their pencil, etc.?Participation: What is our appropriate work behavior for this activity/transition look/sound like? Conversation LevelsLevel 0= Absolutely NO talking. Privacy Partition up.Level 1= Work quietly alone. You may whisper briefly (30 seconds) to ask questions about the task not to get answers. Level 2= Stay quiet and really listen to the instruction, unless directed to do so by the teacher (active participation) Level 3= Listen to others completely before responding. Be respectful and accepting of differing opinions.
Arrival and Warm UpC-Level 1H-Ask a neighborA-Be in your seat when the bell rings. Complete Warm-up before Attention Signal given. Warm-ups collected weekly for a grade.M-May get up to sharpen pencil, turn in homework, check absent work, or get any needed supplies.P-Students entering class in an orderly manner, complete any housekeeping procedures, and complete Warm-up all before attention signal given.Rules vs. CHAMPsRuleexpectation all day longCHAMPprocedure specific to an activity