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    • + Classroom Expectations Ms. York Business Education
    • Instructional Transition Activities Activities Special + Situations ACHIEVE Review
    • + Opening & Closing Activities Beginning Wrapping Class Up Class
    • + Instructional Activities
    • + Transition Moving Around the Room Activities Preparation for a Turning in Test Assignments Moving To & Receiving From Graded Cooperative Assignments Groups
    • + Special Situations Quizzes/T ests Guest Speaker Emergency Situations
    • + A – Activity What are we doing? ACHIEVE Review C – Conversation Can we talk? With whom, about what, and how long? H – Help How do we get help? I – Integrity What can we use? Can we work together? E – Effort What does being on task look and sound like? V – Value Why is this activity important to me and the class? E – Efficiency How can I do this better?
    • What is this? Students will come into the classroom from the hallway. They will look at the board/projector that Beginning will let them know what supplies they will need for Class the day. Students will gather their supplies and begin working on the bell ringer activity by the time the bell has rung. How long will this take? Categories No longer than the passing period. Opening & How am I participating? Closing Activities Students immediately get materials and head straight to their desk. Immediately begin working + on the bell ringer activity. Non-participating behaviors Moving around the room not on task. Talking loudly to other students. Failing to begin working on the bell ringer activity.
    • What is this? The teacher will cue students to put materials away and log off computers. Students will quietly put Wrapping Up materials away and return to their seats and wait to Class be dismissed by the instructor after the bell rings. How long will this take? No more than three minutes. Categories How am I participating? Students will be quietly and orderly putting away any Opening & materials used during the class period. They may ask Closing the teacher any questions or follow up on any Activities issues/assignments at this time. Students will then return quietly to their desks and can talk at a low level to + their neighbors until the instructor gives the signal for attention. Non-participating behaviors Students fail to put away materials in an orderly fashion and are talking loudly to their classmates. Students move around the room and do not return to their desks.
    • ctivity Teacher Directed Lecture and Question & Answer onversation Students may not talk during activity unless called upon. Lecture/ elp Q&A Raise your hand and wait to be called on. Ask questions about anything you don‟t understand at any time. ntegrity If you have difficulty keeping up with notes you can ask the teacher to repeat information or slow down. You may look at a classmates notes to get any information you my have missed. Categories ffort ✓Sit up in your desk and act interested! Keep your eyes on the instructor, Instructional board, or projector. Take notes when instructed or follow along with appropriate Activities materials. ✗Lack of eye contact, working on unrelated activity, talking to classmates. + alue Lecture material will help you to understand material for the lessons and/or from the textbook. Taking notes during lecture will help you in completing assignments and studying for quizzes or tests. fficiency Keep all handouts and notes organized in your computer folders or binder. Make note of important points discussed.
    • ctivity Cooperative Groups onversation Students may talk to only their group members about the task at hand. Students will use a medium voice level so that group members can hear Cooperative but not loud enough for other groups to hear. Groups elp If you have questions you should first ask your group members and then the teacher. Raise your hand and continue working to get the teacher‟s attention. ntegrity Each person should contribute to the group work. It is not fair to your group members for you not to contribute equally. Categories ffort ✓You should be sitting up, talking with group members, and working on the Instructional assigned task. You should be actively contributing to the group in some way. Activities ✗Working on unrelated activities, talking to classmates not in your group, head down, not helping the group with the assigned task, or moving around the room without purpose. + alue Working in groups will give you an opportunity to team up with classmates to work on an assigned task relating to the lesson. It will further your knowledge of the material and allow you learn from each other. fficiency Get to work quickly on the project so that you have plenty of time to finish. Assign tasks or roles to group members if necessary.
    • ctivity Class Discussion onversation Students may talk one at a time only when they have the „floor‟ about the topic under discussion. Only address the class, not your neighbors, and be Class aware of your time speaking to be respectful of classmates. Discussion elp Raise your hand to ask a question about the discussion or to get my attention if you need to get the „floor‟. ntegrity During discussion if you quote or reference any ideas that are not your own, please cite where you got the information from. Categories ffort Instructional ✓Sit up during discussion, make eye contact with the person who has the Activities floor. Join discussion by contributing or asking questions. ✗No eye contact with person who is speaking, not participating or contributing to the discussion, talking with others about things off topic, or not +listening to others. alue Discussion will help you to understand lesson material on a higher level as well as give you the opportunity to ask questions for clarification to the class. fficiency Give your full attention to the discussion at hand. Take notes if you feel that it is necessary and keep them organized with your class materials.
    • ctivity Independent Work onversation Students may talk to their neighbors about the assigned work only. Talk should be at a whisper or quiet level, should involve less than 3 people, Independent and only last a few minutes. Work elp Ask your neighbor for help or raise your hand to get the teacher‟s attention. ntegrity You are expected to do your own work at all times during independent work. Although you may ask your neighbors for some help, copying work is not acceptable. Categories ffort Instructional ✓Reading, writing, asking or answering a question about the task. If you Activities finish early you may work on other assignments from this class or others. ✗Not working on task, sleeping, working on something else before the task is complete, or talking about unrelated items. + alue Using class time to do work will reduce the amount of work you have as homework. It also allows you to get questions answered by your classmates and the teacher. Assignments will also contribute to your grade for the class. fficiency Stay on task! You will complete the task much faster if you avoid thinking of or doing other things while trying to complete the task. Ask questions as they come up so you can move through the assignment smoother.
    • ctivity Student Presentations onversation Students may not talk during activity unless called upon. Student elp Presentations Raise your hand and wait to be called on by the student presenting. ntegrity Be respectful of the student presenting to the class. Listen and take notes if necessary but above all treat the student as you would treat the teacher. Categories ffort ✓Sit up in your desk and act interested! Keep your eyes on the student Instructional presenting, board, or projector. Follow along with the student if necessary. Activities ✗Lack of eye contact, working on unrelated activity, talking to classmates. + alue Material that students present will be helpful to you in understanding the content of the lesson. Presentations will contribute to your grade for the class so remember to be respectful and attentive. fficiency Your main goal when another student is presenting is listening! If you feel that you need to take notes, do so in the appropriate area of your notebook.
    • ctivity Peer Tutoring onversation Students may talk to their partner or group members about the assigned tasks. No more than 3 students should be involved. Peer elp Tutoring If you need help ask first the your partner(s), then you may ask another group of students, or you may raise your hand to get the teacher‟s attention. ntegrity When helping one another remember to not copy work from another student or do the other student‟s work for them. Use your partner(s) as a guide/teacher but not for all of the answers. Categories ffort ✓Reading, writing, talking about the task, teaching one another about the Instructional task, or using the computer to look up information. Activities ✗Talking about things unrelated to the task at hand, sleeping, or moving around the room without purpose. + alue Peer tutoring will allow you to help or be helped by another student(s) in the class. It is a chance for you to complete assignments and get help on them from your classmates. If you are helping another student the act of “teaching” them will help you to master the concepts. fficiency Work only on the task at hand and avoid getting off topic and off task. Move quickly through the areas you have specific questions with so you have more time to complete the task.
    • ctivity Computer Work onversation Students may talk to their neighbors, depending on the activity, about the task at hand. Computer elp Work You may ask your neighbor for help, depending on the activity, or raise your hand to get the teacher‟s attention. ntegrity When working on the computers you should only be working on the task at hand. Only use the resources or programs you are instructed to use. Also, use only approved websites and be sure when researching to cite any sources that Categories you use. ffort Instructional ✓Sit up at the computer and be typing or working on the task at hand. Stay Activities on the correct websites or programs you are instructed to use at all times. ✗ Talking to classmates about things off topic, on websites not relating to + assignment, moving around the room, or working on other assignments. alue You will need to use the computer/internet to complete many tasks in the class. It will also help you to research, finish assignments, and make work easier. fficiency Work on only the assigned tasks and use all the resources provided to you! Take good notes when we are learning about using computer programs so that you can use them to help you later.
    • ctivity Researching onversation Students may talk to their classmates depending on the activity. elp Researching Ask your classmates if you need help while researching or ask the teacher for help. ntegrity It is extremely important that while researching that you make note of where you get your information and be sure to correctly quote and cite sources. Use only reputable sources provided to you or if you are unsure check with the teacher. Categories ffort ✓Whether using the computer or other resources you should be reading, Instructional taking notes, or writing about the assignment at hand. Activities ✗ Not looking at material for the assignment, talking to classmates about other things, or failing to use good resources. + alue Researching will be necessary for many assignments and the techniques and resources that you will use will help you in many other classes. Good research will also provide you with support and alternate views for your work. fficiency Stay on task and use a variety of resources. Take good notes and keep them organized so that you can use them effectively. Be sure to follow cues and tips given to you to help you find good material faster.
    • What is this? When the class is preparing for a quiz or test there will be some time in class given specifically to Preparation students to look over notes and assignments. for a Test Sometimes there may be study guides or practice provided to use that will help you review and recall information. How long will this take? Depending on the quiz or test this could be a quick Categories 5 minute review session or a larger portion of class. Transition How am I participating? Activities Reading or studying material pertaining to the quiz or test. Studying silently, asking your classmates + or teaching for clarification, or looking over notes and assignments. Non-participating behaviors Moving around the room, talking about items off task, or talking loudly disturbing other students.
    • What is this? Throughout the class we will move into different Moving groups, move to use different resources, or to Around the different areas of the classroom for various activities and tasks. Students will be given specific Room instructions by the teacher about where to move, what to take, and who to move with. How long will this take? Categories Under two minutes. Transition How am I participating? Activities Listening to and following directions from the teacher, moving silently and quickly, and taking + needed materials. Non-participating behaviors Talking to other students, not moving to the correct spots or groups, or
    • What is this? When students have work or assignments to turn in, they will turn them in to the appropriate class Turning in folder on the wall. Homework from the previous Assignments night will be turned in when coming into class and work done in class will be turned in at the end of class. How long will this take? Categories No longer than the time it takes to come in and prepare for class or when preparing to leave class. Transition Activities How am I participating? Putting work in the correct class folder as soon as + you enter class, before the bell rings, or as you are preparing to leave class. Non-participating behaviors Turning in homework after class has begun, not turning in work, or putting work in the wrong folder.
    • What is this? Moving to For specific tasks and activities where cooperative groups or pairs are used, students will stay seated and quiet to and from receive directions and group assignments before moving Cooperative around the room. When moving students will move Groups quietly to their groups taking only the materials needed. How long will this take? Categories No longer than 2 minutes to move into groups. Transition How am I participating? Activities Listening quietly in your seat for directions and group assignments, then moving quietly to groups taking only + materials needed for the task. Non-participating behaviors Gathering materials, moving, or talking before instructed to do so. While moving; talking loudly, taking unneeded materials, not moving, or moving slowly.
    • What is this? After student work has been graded, students will Receiving receive the work back either at the beginning or end of class during the preparation period to start or end class. Graded The teacher will handout student work at this time to Assignments students in their seats depending on if the work will be used during the class period. How long will this take? At the beginning of class, no longer than the passing Categories period and time for bellringer. At the end of class, no longer than the 3-5 minutes of prep time to leave. Transition How am I participating? Activities During the beginning of class, continue to prepare for class and work on the bell ringer at your desk to receive + your work. At the end, you will receive work at your desk while you are preparing to leave. Non-participating behaviors Not sitting at your desk, not working on assigned tasks, or asking the teacher for work during class.
    • ctivity Quizzes & Tests onversation Students should not talk aloud or to classmates. Quizzes & elp Raise your hand to signal the teacher and continue working on the task. Tests ntegrity A quiz or a test is an independent activity. Do not look towards or at your neighbors paper or computer screen at any time during the task. Also, there should be no materials on or around your desk/seat during the quiz or test. Categories ffort ✓Sitting up and focusing on quiz or test. Looking at paper or screen, Special reading, or writing. When finished turn paper upside down and sit quietly. Situations ✗ Sleeping, laying down, not focusing on test, looking at your neighbors paper, + alue Researching will be necessary for many assignments and the techniques and resources that you will use will help you in many other classes. Good research will also provide you with support and alternate views for your work. fficiency Stay on task and use a variety of resources. Take good notes and keep them organized so that you can use them effectively. Be sure to follow cues and tips given to you to help you find good material faster.
    • ctivity Guest Speaker onversation Students may not talk unless given permission by the guest speaker. Guest elp Speaker If you have any questions to ask the guest speaker raise your hand and wait to be called on. ntegrity It is expected when someone is visiting our classroom that you show them respect by paying attention and participating. Your behavior and actions will Categories reflect on you, the class, and our school. Be professional! ffort Special ✓Sit up, look at the speaker or board, ask questions, and take notes. Situations ✗ Head down, working on other work, talking to classmates, or moving around the room without purpose. + alue A guest speaker will bring into the classroom experience and real world application. They can answer some of the „tough‟ questions about their field or work and can become great resources/contacts for you to use in the future. fficiency Stay focused on the speaker and take notes if necessary. Before the speaker arrives think of any possible questions you may have to be prepared.
    • ire Drill Emergency ornado Drill Situations arthquake ode Blue Categories ehavior during practice drills Special Situations + These titles would be links to other slides with the school’s policies on emergency situations.