Reflection: Implementing Classroom Rules and Procedures - Section 2: Lesson


I spend an entire class working on rules and procedures.  I believe in front loading and prewriting. This is the same concept.  Spending time on these matters now will eliminate time lost on them later.

To liven things up, I have made a game of this day before and also have used the material for a quiz. You can make the judgement call as to how much your students need as you introduce and work to implement your rules and procedures.


  Time Spent on Rules and Procedures
  Time Spent on Rules and Procedures
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Implementing Classroom Rules and Procedures

Unit 1: Routines and Rituals
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use classroom rules and procedures appropriately.

Big Idea: "Good fences make good neighbors."

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