Intro to Horticulture Coach Dukes Room 329. Classroom Procedures. Why Should We Have Procedures in Our Classroom?. Procedures are a part of life. They allow complex operations to run smoothly with minimal confusion, low stress, and less wasted time . Airports Driving Restaurants
I. Bellwork assignment time
A. Students work on bellwork
B. Teacher takes attendance,
returns papers and checks on
individual students as needed.
II. After the bell work assignment
A. Teacher announces daily/weekly agenda (Mondays).
B. Bell work follow up.
C. Daily lesson begins.
The teacher will say, “May I have your attention please”, “I need your attention” or I will just start talking and you will have to keep up.
When you hear the teacher speaking.
1) stop what you are doing.
2) look at the teacher and listen.
Note: You should not be “suddenly ill” very often.
“an emergency on your part does not constitute an emergency for me.”
• This will allow us to have a wonderful, creative, and productive year in Horticulture/Landscape Design with minimal stress and wasted time.
List 3 things that interested you from yesterdays discussion about the course
Find your seat and begin bellwork-in their objectives notebook
Teacher will check roll while students are writing
II. LESSON PRESENTATION
Consists of quizzes, charting the progression of plants and projects, and participation grades
Random checks of the objectives notebook
Plant Identification Tests