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Before the bell rings


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Our classroom has several procedures that help us move productively through class. These are the main procedures that will be used on a daily basis.

Our classroom has several procedures that help us move productively through class. These are the main procedures that will be used on a daily basis.

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  • 1. Before the Bell Rings1.Get your Interactive Notebook2.Sharpen pencils3.Borrow pencils, paper, erasers from one of your classmates or Mr. Peters.4.Get a textbook (If needed for the day5.Make your way to your assigned
  • 2. Start of the Hour1.Move to your assigned seat.2. Review the daily schedule and copy the information into your planner.3.Begin working on the posed Bell Ringer questions.4.Select an Anchor Activity if you finish the Bellringer.5.Wait patiently for Mr. Peters to begin class.
  • 3. End of the Hour1.Put your Interactive Notebook away.2.Return any borrowed pencils & erasers.3.Return to your assigned seat.4.Wait for Mr. Peters to release you.
  • 4. Class Discussions1.Raise your hand.2.Wait to be called on.3.Share your idea, feelings, or opinions in a positive way without attacking the ideas of your peers.4.Allow everyone to have a turn in the discussion.
  • 5. Collecting “In Class” Worka. Starting with the student on the far left of the room.b. Hand your paper to the person to your right.c. Continue until the student on the far right of the row has all papers for their row.
  • 6. Working in Support Groupsa. You are responsible for your group job and the results of the whole group.b. If you have a question, ask your Support Buddies.c. You must be willing to help if a support buddy asks you for help.d. You may ask for help from the teacher after the entire group agrees on a question.
  • 7. Checking Out a Textbooka. Come to the classroom after school.b. Get a textbook from the “Books to Checkout” area.c. Bring the book to the teacher.d. The teacher will record that you have the book and you may take it home.e. Return the book directly to the teacher.
  • 8. Moving About the RoomRemain seated at your desk unless:a. The teacher gives you permission to get up.b. The activity requires you to move about
  • 9. Bathroom BreaksYour human need to use the bathroom will not be denied.a.Raise your hand and wait for the teacher to acknowledge you or come to you.b.Fill out the “Bathroom Break” form.c.Take the “Bathroom Break” pass and wear around neck.d.One student out at a time.
  • 10. School Announcement / Phone Calla. The teacher will stop instruction if directly involved.b. The teacher will answer the phone unless a student is told to instead.c. Continue working on your assignment or review the notes you have been given.
  • 11. Turning in Worka. There are trays located next to the teacher’s desk.b. Each one is labeled with a different hour.c. Place your homework or assignment in your hour’s tray.
  • 12. Monitoring Classroom Noisea. A traffic signal is used to remind students of the noise level.b. RED = Silent or No Talkingc. YELLOW = Whisper or “6 Inch Voice”d. GREEN = Indoor Voice
  • 13. Absent From Classa. Go to the “Weekly Assignment Box” located by the classroom door.b. Hanging Files: Monday – Fridayc. Locate the file for the day you were absent from class and take copies of the assignment.d. Check with the teacher if you are unsure how to complete it.