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  1. 1. B E T H J O Y N E R E D U C A T I O N 3 5 7 9 / 8 / 2 0 0 9 Classroom and School Rules
  2. 2. Social Studies Standard 2 Civics and Government  Indicator K.2.3  Give examples of classroom and school rules and explain how each helps us.  Taken from:  http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/AcademicStandards/StandardSearch.aspx  Link to Activity:  http://www.indianastandardsresources.org/files/soc/ss_k_2_2.pdf
  3. 3. Definitions  Rule - A law or direction that guides behavior or action.  Law - The set of rules that people in a society must follow.  Safety – The condition of being safe from danger.  Respect – The honor that someone gives to another person.  Order - The condition in which the rules and laws of a society are obeyed.  Taken from: http://new.wordsmyth.net/
  4. 4. Background Information  Class Rules Set #1  No interfering with the teaching and learning of others.  Respect personal space, rights and property of others.  Follow directions of all your teachers.  Come to class prepared with all supplies and homework complete.  Class Rules Set #2  Be respectful of yourself and others.  Raise your hand before you speak during a classroom lesson.  Listen quietly while others are speaking.  Obey all school rules.  Class Rules Set #3  Be polite, courteous, and respectful at all times.  Complete all assignments neatly and on time.  Leave your seat only when necessary.  Keep your hands to yourself.  Be quiet in lines, hallways, and restrooms.  Class Rules Set #4  Follow Directions  Complete Work On Time  Respect Fellow Classmates  Raise Your Hand And Wait To Be Called On  Stay On Task  Respect Other People's Property  Always Do Your Best  Taken from: http://www.teach- nology.com/worksheets/misc/back/rules/elem/
  5. 5. Officer Buckle and Gloria By Peggy Rathmann  Read the book Officer Buckle and Gloria to the class.  Book Description  Officer Buckle knows more about safety than anyone in the town of Napville. But whenever he tries to share his safety tips, nobody listens. Until, that is, the Napville Police Department buys a police dog named Gloria. Unbeknownst to Officer Buckle, Gloria has her own way of demonstrating safety tips–one that makes Napville sit up and take notice! Suddenly, everybody wants to hear Officer Buckle's safety speech. "And please" people say, "bring along that police dog." When Officer Buckle discovers he's been upstaged, he vows to give up safety tips once and for all. Can Gloria convince her friend to return to the job he loves, or is Napville about to have its worst accident ever?  Taken from: http://www.peggyrathmann.com/officerbuckle.html
  6. 6. Discuss the Book and Safety Rules  Taken from: http://questgarden.com/48/22/0/07031922362 6/images/Officer_Buckle.JPG  Discuss why Officer Buckle wanted people to follow his tips.  Ask students which of their school rules help keep them safe. List the rules on the chalkboard under the heading “Safety”.  Examples: No running, keep your hands and feet to yourself, work and play safely, etc…
  7. 7. Discuss Other Rules  List the remainder of classroom and school rules on the board.  Discuss that safety is not the only reason for rules.  Group the rules according to reasons such as “Respect” and “Order”.  Examples: Follow directions, work quietly, respect others, respect school and personal property, etc…  Have students brainstorm the reason for each group of rules.  List the reasons above each group or rules on the board.
  8. 8. Illustrate the Rules  Review all of the rules on the chalkboard.  Give each student a piece of paper and crayons.  Direct them to choose a rule and draw a picture showing someone following that rule.
  9. 9. Illustrate the Rules  Have students dictate a sentence explaining the rule they illustrated and the reason for the rule.  Create a bulletin board with headings such as:  Safety, Respect, and Order  Post students’ drawings under the correct heading.  Use the bulletin board to review the rules with students.
  10. 10. Extending the Activity  Invite a police officer to talk with students about safety.  Examples:  Know your full name, address, and phone number.  Always let an adult know where you are going.  Know to call 911 if there is an emergency.  Recognize and obey traffic signals.  Stay seated and keep head and arms inside bus at all times.  Help students compare the police officer’s information to Officer Buckle’s tips.  Taken from: http://www.ci.yuma.az.us/news_15124.htm
  11. 11. Incorporating Technology  Make a “Book of Classroom Rules” by taking pictures of students following rules with a digital camera.  Print and paste the pictures into a booklet, and have students write their names under the pictures they are in.
  12. 12. Resources  Activity  http://www.indianastandardsresources.org/files/soc/ss_k_2_2.pdf  Classroom Rules  http://www.stpaulbonduel.com/school/KindergartenClassroomRules.htm  http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/misc/back/rules/elem/  Back to School Safety Tips  http://www.ci.yuma.az.us/news_15124.htm  Clipart  Microsoft PowerPoint  http://www.peggyrathmann.com/officerbuckle.html  http://questgarden.com/48/22/0/070319223626/images/Officer_Buckle.JPG  Definitions  http://new.wordsmyth.net/  Book  Rathman, P. (1995). Officer Buckle and Gloria. G. P. Putnam’s Sons