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First Day And Beyond
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First Day And Beyond

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Entry Plan presentation by Renee Prillaman for the SAIS New Teacher Institute 2009.

Entry Plan presentation by Renee Prillaman for the SAIS New Teacher Institute 2009.

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  • 1. The First Day and Beyond How To Make Sure You Survive The Year.
  • 2. Major Elements of Instruction The Child The Physical Environment The Curriculum The Teacher
  • 3. Focus On The Child
    • Read Student Records/Reports – Talk to Previous Teachers
    • Consider Connecting To Children Before They Arrive - Send A Post Card.
    • Prepare Your Grade Book And Attendance Records
    • Prepare Get To Know You Activities Including Process For Class Agreements
    • Create Rituals, Routines, and Traditions
    • Send Letter Of Welcome To Families
  • 4. Nesting:Preparing Your Space
    • Create Clear Distinctions of Child Space and Teacher Space
    • Put Comfort Items You Need in Your Space
    • Consider the Activities And Plan Space Accordingly
    • Create Visual Displays That Communicate Your Anticipation Of Your Students’ Arrivals
    • Plan Clear Arrangements For Organization
  • 5. Curriculum And Getting Started
    • Think Of The First Month As A Time For Diagnostic Assessments, Review, and Establishing A Foundation For The Year
    • Be Familiar With The Year’s Curriculum Map
    • Plan The First Unit Of Study
    • Send A Parent Letter For First Unit Of Study
    • Keep Detailed Lesson Plans A Week Ahead
    • Choose A Lesson Plan Format And Work With It At Least Two Months
  • 6. Pay Attention To You
    • Know What You Must Have To Be Fully Supported - Eat Well, Exercise, Sleep!
    • Prioritize Areas Of Focus For The Year
    • Ask For Support
    • Plan Ahead For Reflection

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