Reflection: High Expectations First Day of School: It is Great to be Kings and Queens of the Classroom! - Section 4: Expectations

 

Focusing on character traits rather than rules has worked really well for me. I have the character traits displayed where all the students can easily see them and if a student needs a little reminder, I refer them to the character traits. This brings them back to where they need to be to be an active learner and participant without focusing on the negative, but rather developing a positive.  

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First Day of School: It is Great to be Kings and Queens of the Classroom!

Unit 1: First Week of School-Procedures, Writing, and iPad App Debate
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: Students will get to know each other and the teacher. Students will learn classroom expectations and procedures.

Big Idea: Getting to know the new students and setting the classroom climate, expectations, and procedures.

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English / Language Arts, First Days of School, Getting to Know You Activities, Coat of Arms, technology, apps, Ipads
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