Routines and procedures

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Routines and procedures

  1. 1. Mrs. Neistadt Room 7Biology & Physical Science
  2. 2. What is a procedure? A procedure is a method or process for getting things done. Examples of common procedures:  Standing in line at the grocery store  Driving  Opening a lock on a locker
  3. 3. Why have classroom procedures? Procedures are a way of life! We have procedures in life so that people can function in society knowing the acceptable and efficient ways people do things. There are also procedures in this classroom. These procedures are here so that you always know what to do. Less confusion = More success!!
  4. 4. Entering the Classroom: Please enter the room walking straight to your desk. When you reach your desk, immediately get out your supplies: pencil or pen, paper, science notebooks. Immediately begin working on your Bell Work assignment for the day Bell Work is always listed on the board in the same place.
  5. 5. Bell Work Procedure Every day you will have Bell Work to complete. Don’t wait for the bell, start working immediately when you get to your desk. (you will have 5-8 minutes to complete the assignment.) The Bell Work assignment is always listed on the board in the same location. Do your Bell Work assignment in your science notebook, unless you are directed otherwise When you have finished Bell Work, be ready to discuss it as a class. If you finish early, you may work on another assignment quietly until the class is ready.
  6. 6. Procedure: Give Me Five To get your attention I will:1. Stand in front of the classroom with my hand up. You will:1. Freeze.2. Turn and face me; pay attention; keep your eyes on me.3. Be ready for instruction. I will have something to say.
  7. 7. Restroom Procedure1. Only ask to go during seat work time. (NOT during a lecture, video, or other presentation)2. Raise your hand with one pinky up- or ask me quietly, do NOT disturb the entire class.3. If I say yes, sign your name and time on the bathroom clipboard, take the pass and go quickly and quietly.4. If I say no, no whining!*Only ONE student may go at a time.*Students who abuse restroom privileges will lose this privilege!Abuses: Going too often (more than once a week); going to otherplaces besides the restroom; stopping and talking to others alongthe way; etc…
  8. 8. Sharpening Pencil Procedure BEST solutions:  Bring more than one pencil to class each day  Bring a small pencil sharpener and use it at your desk If you did neither of those: 1. Raise your pencil in the air. 2. I will nod indicating that you may get out of your seat to sharpen your pencil OR 3. I will trade pencils and give you one already sharpened.
  9. 9. Procedure for TextbooksBook Procedure:1. Before class begins, take the book from the bookshelf that has the same number as your desk.2. If you cannot find your matching number, let me know.3. In the last 3 minutes of class, place your book back on the bookshelf (try to put them in numerical order).*Biology* We will be using the large Biology books in class. Ifyou need a Pacemaker Biology book to use for your recoveryunit you must check one out from me or my TA before classbegins, or after the lesson.
  10. 10. End of Class Procedure1. When the bell rings, remain in your seat.2. The teacher will say, “Have a nice day!”3. Students will then pack up all their belongings.4. Students will turn in work as they walk toward the door.5. Students will WALK out of the classroom in an orderly fashion.

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