Classroom Procedures. Mrs. Hardison 7 th Grade Math 2011-2012. Procedure for… Entering the Classroom. Wait in line by lockers outside of door. Enter room quietly Find seat Take out materials and pencils Begin Power Work. Procedure for… Being Tardy to Class. BE ON TIME!!!.
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Classroom Procedures Mrs. Hardison 7th Grade Math 2011-2012
Procedure for…Entering the Classroom • Wait in line by lockers outside of door. • Enter room quietly • Find seat • Take out materials and pencils • Begin Power Work
Procedure for…Being Tardy to Class • BE ON TIME!!!
Procedures for…Getting Your Attention I will… Stand Raise my hand Wait for you to Freeze/Quiet Begin speaking
Procedures for…Heading your Paper • What I would like on ALL papers turned in: • Name • Date • Assignment Title (Extremely important for make up work and redo work) • EXAMPLE Kelly Hardison August 22, 2011 Page 200, #14-22 PAPERS SUBMITTED WITHOUT A NAME (on a regular basis) WILL BE THROWN AWAY, AND MUST BE COMPLETED AGAIN BY THE STUDENT TO RECEIVE CREDIT!!!!!!!!
Procedure for…Turning in Homework • Homework should be submitted in the appropriate black drawer located near the door. OR • I will collect it as a class. • Listen for instructions!
Procedure for…“After” Excused Absences • Assignment missed will be posted on the “classroom agenda”. • YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR MISSED WORK!!
Procedure for…Classroom Discussion • PLEASE participate • I want to hear what you have to say • Make all questions and comments relevant to current discussion • If your question is off topic, write it down and ask it later
Procedure for…Dismissing Class • I dismiss you, not the bell or clock • Do not start packing up early • Wait for my signal for dismissal
Procedure for…Getting My Attention • Raise your hand • Then “post” your help sign • I will address you ASAP. • Please remember that there is only one of me and I will get to you as soon as I possibly can.
Procedure for…RANGER marks Ranger marks are used as a discipline program in middle school. I have high expectations for you academically and behaviorally. It works like this: • You are given a RANGER chart for your agenda. • Students are asked to follow these guidelines: • Respect others, my teacher and myself • Arrive to class prepared with all necessary materials and on time. • Noise level appropriate for activity. • Great attitude! • Engaged in class work or discussions. • Responsible behavior…you are 7th grade students, show it! • Supplies and Materials…supplies, homework, etc. • 0-2 Marks = Weekly Reward • 3-4 Marks = No Reward, Call Home, Teacher Meeting • 5+ Marks = Automatic Office Referral
“CHAMPS” • C = Conversation • H = Help • A = Activity • M = Movement • P = Participation • S = Success • You will receive RANGER marks if CHAMPS guidelines are not followed! • You may also lose PAT points for minor problems.
“PAT” Points • PAT Points is a reward system for the whole class. • You can “gain” or “lose” points for behavior in class. • After you earn a predetermined number of PAT points, the whole class will receive a reward (determined by me). • Examples of PAT points: • Being helpful to one another (+) • yelling out the answer without being called on (-) • All PAT points are at the “teacher’s discretion”. It’s best NOT to ask for PAT points.
Procedure for…Restroom Breaks and Behavior • Restroom Misbehavior is UNACCEPTABLE! • Possible Consequences: • Loss of PAT points • RANGER Marks • Discipline Referral • Loss of restroom privileges • Contact parents
Procedure for…Cafeteria Behavior • Cafeteria will be highly monitored this year to eliminate foul language, cell phone abuse, food fights, etc.! • Possible Consequences: • Loss of PAT points • RANGER Marks • Discipline Referral • Loss of restroom privileges • Contact parents
Procedure for…Dress Code and Cell Phones • I will post these in the room. • Dress Code • Cell Phone Policy
Create Slides • Bloom’s Taxonomy (Content PP) • Discuss Constructed Response Questions (Content PP) • ORQ versus Short Answers