Behaviour Scenarios. Scenario 1: Starting a Lesson in an Orderly Way. Behaviour Scenario 1. Starting a lesson in an orderly way You arrive late to a lesson after a wet lunch break. The class are excitable and rowdy. How do you settle them and get the lesson underway?. What do you do?.
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Scenario 1: Starting a Lesson in an Orderly Way
Starting a lesson in an orderly way
You arrive late to a lesson after a wet lunch break.
The class are excitable and rowdy.
How do you settle them and get the lesson underway?
4.Raise your hand and wait for the class to respond by raising their hands. Apologise for being late
This is one of a number of techniques for gaining the attention of a class.
You need first to establish a rule with the class that, if you raise your hand, they do so too and that is a signal to stop and pay attention to you.
By apologising, you are modelling the behaviour that all members of the group should expect from one another.
Work with someone in your school to:
Arrange to discuss the outcomes:
“What went well?” “Even better if…………”
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