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1. Golden Rule

2. Teaching the Rules summary

3. Student Self-Evaluation

4. Break

5. Assessment for Assignment#1



Teaching the Rules

a revisit

By consciously teaching the rules

We affirm that rules need to be

What we do, not just what we say


Teaching the Rules

Strategies:

1. Discussion

2. Modeling

3. Role-play

4. Written Response


Teaching the Rules

Consistency in approach

Refer and revisit often

- use incidents as a teaching

point


Student Self Evaluation

“Critical Contracts”

no single right way…

3 perspectives

Child, parent, teacher


  • Another way to know

  • your students

  • Begins with a leading question

  • that demands a reflection….

    • Forces students to reflect

    • Make a personal investment

    • Take responsibilty



Involve parents in the process and discussion

Demands student-teacher communication


Break and comment:

Going to recess:

Suggestions for Ms Picky?


  • Process: (p 127)

  • Involve parents early (you initiate and provide positive model)

  • 2. Student drafts (October)

  • 3. Conference (students, too?)

  • 4. Parent-student communication

  • 5. Teacher-student communication

  • 6. Preparation of contract

  • 7. Contract is sent home for confirmation

  • 8. Review (your choice of timing…)


3 good examples of process:

Primary

Early intermediate

Upper Intermediate



Evaluate and share progress

revisit, review, revise

A reference point



Audo

  • 1. Year end awards

  • 2. FSA with Susan Lambert and Margaret McDiarmond


  • Journal Reflection

  • (for Sunday, by email)

  • We hear a great deal about “respect”.

  • Explain your definition of respect, as if your were talking to your (primary/intermediate) class.


  • For Monday:

  • Read Chapter 5

  • Role play and making rules:

  • How would you use it?


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