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Welcome to Mrs. Taylor’s 4 th grade class!. What you should expect:. To learn an amazing amount of information To build on all of the skills and knowledge you all ready have To participate in a supportive, dynamic, and interesting community of learners

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Welcome to mrs taylor s 4 th grade class

Welcome to Mrs. Taylor’s 4th grade class!


What you should expect

What you should expect:

  • To learn an amazing amount of information

  • To build on all of the skills and knowledge you all ready have

  • To participate in a supportive, dynamic, and interesting community of learners

  • A teacher who will give you the best education possible

  • SUCCESS!


My expectations

My Expectations

  • Students in this classroom will:

    • Be respectful of their teacher and their fellow classmates

    • Share their ideas and thoughts in an appropriate manner

    • Be open to try new things and different approaches

    • Put your personal best into each assignment

    • Follow the classroom rules and procedures

    • Be a role-model class for the rest of the school


Beginning the day

Beginning the Day

  • When you arrive to class there are four things you should immediately do:

    • Greet your teacher(handshake, hug, or high-five)

    • Put away belongings

    • Copy assignments from the board(in the agenda section of the Mustang notebook)

    • Begin journaling

  • Every single day you will need to have your Mustang notebook, a sharpened pencil, an eraser, and your spiral notebooks


Tardy or absent

Tardy or Absent?

  • When you are absent, you miss out on

    • Important info

    • Exciting projects and class discussions

    • Helping your team

  • When you are tardy

    • Mrs. Taylor panics thinking about how much she is going to miss you and that you are going to miss out on all we are doing that day

    • You have to catch up with everyone else

      We need you here!


Classroom procedures

Classroom Procedures

  • During class:

    • Raise your hand to share your thoughts or ask a question

    • Listen when you should be listening, and wait to talk or do anything else until there is a more appropriate time


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Classroom Procedures

  • Do you like group work, hands-on activities, and fun projects?

  • We’ll do these as long as when I need your complete and total attention you immediately give it to me.

  • I’ll give you a signal when I need your complete attention


Give me five

Give Me Five!

  • When I raise my hand and/or say “Give me five” you will:

    Stop what you are doing

    Stop talking

    Raise your hand as well

    Look at me

    Listen

    Let’s Practice…


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Classroom Procedures

  • Hallway, restroom, assembly procedures:

    • Keep your hands to yourself

    • Stay Silent—absolutely

      no talking

    • Do not turn into a pack of wild animals

    • Be role-models for the rest of the school


Class rules

Class Rules

  • Be Respectful

  • Treat the books and supplies in this classroom with great care

  • Treat the people in this classroom with great care

  • Be prepared and organized

  • Work Hard


Being respectful

Being Respectful

  • Make eye contact.When someone is speaking, keep your eyes on him or her at all times. If someone else makes a comment, turn and face that person.

  • During discussions,respect other students’ comments, opinions, and ideas. When possible, make statements like, “I agree with John, and I also feel that…” or “I disagree with Victor. He made a good point, but I feel that…” or “I think Sarah made an excellent observation, and it made me realize…”


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Being Respectful

  • If you are asked a question in conversation, you should ask a question in return.

    • For example,

      • Mrs. Taylor: “Did you have a good weekend?”

      • You: “Yes, I had a great time. My family and I went sky diving. What about you? Did you have a nice weekend?”

    • It is only polite to show others that you are just as interested in them as they are in you.


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Being Respectful

  • Do not smack your lips, tsk, roll your eyes, or show disrespect with gestures.

  • Say, “Please,” “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry” when appropriate.


Treating others with care

Treating Others with Care

  • If someone bumps into you, even if it was not your fault, say, “Excuse me.”

  • Hold the door for people rather than letting it close on them

  • If someone drops something, and you are close to it, pick it up

  • Do not save seats in the lunchroom


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Treating Others with Care

  • Do not stare at a student who is being reprimanded. You wouldn’t want others looking at you if you were in trouble, so don’t look at others in that situation.

  • Surprise others by performing random acts of kindness


Consequences

Consequences

  • I do not expect to have many behavior problems in this class. However, here are the general consequences you may expect when you choose to break a rule.

    • First: Verbal Warning

    • Second: Note, email, or phone call home

    • Third: After school meeting with student and parents and time-out in team teacher’s room

    • Fourth: Principal’s office

  • In the case of serious offences, such as fighting, cheating, or serious disrespect, the student can expect to go immediately to the Principal’s office


We work together

We work together

In this classroom

  • We help each other learn

  • We know it is okay to make mistakes

  • We celebrate each other’s success

  • We are kind—we do not use put-downs, we compliment each other


Together we can make a difference

Together, we can make a difference!


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