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RULES AND
PROCEDURES
Room 219
Fifth Grade
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Rules
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Rules
Let’s decide together!
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Rules
Let’s decide together!
Think about it:
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Rules
Let’s decide together!
Think about it:
Why do we need
rules in the
classroom?
Tuesday, August 20, 13
What happens when you make a
poor choice?
Tuesday, August 20, 13
What happens when you make a
poor choice?
Consequences follow!
Tuesday, August 20, 13
What happens when you make a
poor choice?
Consequences follow!
First warning- lose a ticket
Tuesday, August 20, 13
What happens when you make a
poor choice?
Consequences follow!
First warning- lose a ticket
Second warning- lose another
ticket, stay after school (10
mins.)
Tuesday, August 20, 13
What happens when you make a
poor choice?
Consequences follow!
First warning- lose a ticket
Second warning- lose another
ticket, stay after school (10
mins.)
Third warning- stay after
school, parents notified
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Coming to Attention
Give Me 5!
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Place your backpack in the
class line.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Place your backpack in the
class line.
Go directly to the field.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Place your backpack in the
class line.
Go directly to the field.
When the bell rings, WALK to
our class line.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Place your backpack in the
class line.
Go directly to the field.
When the bell rings, WALK to
our class line.
Get your backpack and stand
in line.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Before School Starts
Place your backpack in the
class line.
Go directly to the field.
When the bell rings, WALK to
our class line.
Get your backpack and stand
in line.
Wait for Miss Langdorf to
open the door, SMILE and
walk quietly through the halls.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Beginning the Day
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Beginning the Day
Take materials out of your backpack.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Beginning the Day
Take materials out of your backpack.
Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be
respectful of other students. Be patient.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Beginning the Day
Take materials out of your backpack.
Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be
respectful of other students. Be patient.
Place your homework in the corner of your desk.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Beginning the Day
Take materials out of your backpack.
Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be
respectful of other students. Be patient.
Place your homework in the corner of your desk.
Get started on bellwork. When bellwork is complete, read
silently. ALWAYS have a book in your desk.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Entering the Room
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Entering the Room
Enter the room quietly
and politely.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Entering the Room
Enter the room quietly
and politely.
Do not interrupt other
students.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Entering the Room
Enter the room quietly
and politely.
Do not interrupt other
students.
Begin work or...
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Entering the Room
Enter the room quietly
and politely.
Do not interrupt other
students.
Begin work or...
Wait for instructions
from the teacher.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Lining Up
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Lining Up
Stand up quietly and push in
your chair.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Lining Up
Stand up quietly and push in
your chair.
Take all necessary materials.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Lining Up
Stand up quietly and push in
your chair.
Take all necessary materials.
Line up without talking or
touching others.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Lining Up
Stand up quietly and push in
your chair.
Take all necessary materials.
Line up without talking or
touching others.
Face forward and watch
where you are going.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month.
If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with
your bathroom ticket.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month.
If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with
your bathroom ticket.
Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month.
If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with
your bathroom ticket.
Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time.
Take the hall pass with you. You have two minutes to use the
restroom.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Restroom
You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess,
and lunch.
You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month.
If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with
your bathroom ticket.
Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time.
Take the hall pass with you. You have two minutes to use the
restroom.
Unused tickets are collected at the end of the month
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Drink
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Drink
When I am not teaching the class, you may get a
drink from the drinking fountain.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Drink
When I am not teaching the class, you may get a
drink from the drinking fountain.
There should only be one person at the fountain at a
time.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Drink
When I am not teaching the class, you may get a
drink from the drinking fountain.
There should only be one person at the fountain at a
time.
Do not talk.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Drink
When I am not teaching the class, you may get a
drink from the drinking fountain.
There should only be one person at the fountain at a
time.
Do not talk.
Wipe away any water that you spill.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Tissue
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Tissue
You may get a tissue whenever you need one.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Tissue
You may get a tissue whenever you need one.
Throw away used tissues immediately.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Tissue
You may get a tissue whenever you need one.
Throw away used tissues immediately.
Make sure it lands in the trash can.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Getting a Tissue
You may get a tissue whenever you need one.
Throw away used tissues immediately.
Make sure it lands in the trash can.
Get right back to work.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Throwing Away Trash
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Throwing Away Trash
When I am not teaching
the whole class, you may
throw away trash
whenever needed.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Throwing Away Trash
When I am not teaching
the whole class, you may
throw away trash
whenever needed.
Do NOT play basketball
with your trash.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Throwing Away Trash
When I am not teaching
the whole class, you may
throw away trash
whenever needed.
Do NOT play basketball
with your trash.
Make sure all trash lands
in the trash can, even if
it isn’t yours.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Sharpening Your Pencil
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Sharpening Your Pencil
You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school
day unless given special permission.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Sharpening Your Pencil
You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school
day unless given special permission.
If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil
station.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Sharpening Your Pencil
You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school
day unless given special permission.
If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil
station.
Place your broken pencil in the appropriate
container
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Sharpening Your Pencil
You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school
day unless given special permission.
If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil
station.
Place your broken pencil in the appropriate
container
Take a newly sharpened pencil from the container
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
passing out papers
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
passing out papers
acting as line leader or door holder
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
passing out papers
acting as line leader or door holder
sharpening pencils
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
passing out papers
acting as line leader or door holder
sharpening pencils
any other tasks Miss Langdorf
Tuesday, August 20, 13
V.I.P.s
Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s.
These students are my special helpers throughout the day.
Their responsibilities include:
passing out papers
acting as line leader or door holder
sharpening pencils
any other tasks Miss Langdorf
may assign
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Each day, I will select table leaders.
Their responsibilities include:
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Each day, I will select table leaders.
Their responsibilities include:
collecting and turning in
assignments
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Each day, I will select table leaders.
Their responsibilities include:
collecting and turning in
assignments
gathering and putting materials
away for the group
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Table Leaders
Each day, I will select table leaders.
Their responsibilities include:
collecting and turning in
assignments
gathering and putting materials
away for the group
acting as spokesperson for the
group
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Work as a team, with every member contributing.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Work as a team, with every member contributing.
Follow directions the first time.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Work as a team, with every member contributing.
Follow directions the first time.
Work quietly during independent work time.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Work as a team, with every member contributing.
Follow directions the first time.
Work quietly during independent work time.
Are neat and tidy.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Cooperative Table Groups
We will be working together to achieve our learning
goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups
that:
Work as a team, with every member contributing.
Follow directions the first time.
Work quietly during independent work time.
Are neat and tidy.
Show respect and kindness.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
YOU are responsible for making sure you
have all homework materials.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
YOU are responsible for making sure you
have all homework materials.
When your table group is called, you may
gather your backpack. Check your folder
for papers.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
YOU are responsible for making sure you
have all homework materials.
When your table group is called, you may
gather your backpack. Check your folder
for papers.
Clear off your desktop.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
YOU are responsible for making sure you
have all homework materials.
When your table group is called, you may
gather your backpack. Check your folder
for papers.
Clear off your desktop.
Pick up any trash around your desk
(even if it is not yours!)
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Ending the Day
YOU are responsible for making sure you
have all homework materials.
When your table group is called, you may
gather your backpack. Check your folder
for papers.
Clear off your desktop.
Pick up any trash around your desk
(even if it is not yours!)
Stand quietly behind your desk when you
are ready to be dismissed.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
During your silent reading time, you
may take a book from the class
library.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
During your silent reading time, you
may take a book from the class
library.
There should be no more than 3
people at the bookshelves.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
During your silent reading time, you
may take a book from the class
library.
There should be no more than 3
people at the bookshelves.
Take only ONE book at a time. Write
the title of the book on an index
card.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
During your silent reading time, you
may take a book from the class
library.
There should be no more than 3
people at the bookshelves.
Take only ONE book at a time. Write
the title of the book on an index
card.
Please take care of the book. Keep
it in the classroom.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Using the Class Library
During your silent reading time, you
may take a book from the class
library.
There should be no more than 3
people at the bookshelves.
Take only ONE book at a time. Write
the title of the book on an index
card.
Please take care of the book. Keep
it in the classroom.
When you have finished the book,
return it to the shelf.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Passing in Papers
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Passing in Papers
When I collect papers, each
table will hand their work to
the day’s table leader.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Passing in Papers
When I collect papers, each
table will hand their work to
the day’s table leader.
The table leader will quietly
place the work in the
appropriate basket.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets!
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets!
Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a
heading.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets!
Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a
heading.
On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last
name.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets!
Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a
heading.
On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last
name.
Under your name, write the day’s date.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Headings on Papers
Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets!
Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a
heading.
On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last
name.
Under your name, write the day’s date.
Points may be deducted from papers with no names or headings.
Tuesday, August 20, 13
Questions??
Tuesday, August 20, 13

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Rules and Procedures

  • 1. RULES AND PROCEDURES Room 219 Fifth Grade Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 4. Rules Let’s decide together! Think about it: Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 5. Rules Let’s decide together! Think about it: Why do we need rules in the classroom? Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 6. What happens when you make a poor choice? Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 7. What happens when you make a poor choice? Consequences follow! Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 8. What happens when you make a poor choice? Consequences follow! First warning- lose a ticket Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 9. What happens when you make a poor choice? Consequences follow! First warning- lose a ticket Second warning- lose another ticket, stay after school (10 mins.) Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 10. What happens when you make a poor choice? Consequences follow! First warning- lose a ticket Second warning- lose another ticket, stay after school (10 mins.) Third warning- stay after school, parents notified Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 11. Coming to Attention Give Me 5! Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 13. Before School Starts Place your backpack in the class line. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 14. Before School Starts Place your backpack in the class line. Go directly to the field. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 15. Before School Starts Place your backpack in the class line. Go directly to the field. When the bell rings, WALK to our class line. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 16. Before School Starts Place your backpack in the class line. Go directly to the field. When the bell rings, WALK to our class line. Get your backpack and stand in line. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 17. Before School Starts Place your backpack in the class line. Go directly to the field. When the bell rings, WALK to our class line. Get your backpack and stand in line. Wait for Miss Langdorf to open the door, SMILE and walk quietly through the halls. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 18. Beginning the Day Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 19. Beginning the Day Take materials out of your backpack. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 20. Beginning the Day Take materials out of your backpack. Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be respectful of other students. Be patient. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 21. Beginning the Day Take materials out of your backpack. Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be respectful of other students. Be patient. Place your homework in the corner of your desk. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 22. Beginning the Day Take materials out of your backpack. Place your coat and backpack in your locker. Be respectful of other students. Be patient. Place your homework in the corner of your desk. Get started on bellwork. When bellwork is complete, read silently. ALWAYS have a book in your desk. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 23. Entering the Room Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 24. Entering the Room Enter the room quietly and politely. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 25. Entering the Room Enter the room quietly and politely. Do not interrupt other students. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 26. Entering the Room Enter the room quietly and politely. Do not interrupt other students. Begin work or... Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 27. Entering the Room Enter the room quietly and politely. Do not interrupt other students. Begin work or... Wait for instructions from the teacher. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 29. Lining Up Stand up quietly and push in your chair. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 30. Lining Up Stand up quietly and push in your chair. Take all necessary materials. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 31. Lining Up Stand up quietly and push in your chair. Take all necessary materials. Line up without talking or touching others. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 32. Lining Up Stand up quietly and push in your chair. Take all necessary materials. Line up without talking or touching others. Face forward and watch where you are going. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 34. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 35. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 36. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month. If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with your bathroom ticket. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 37. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month. If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with your bathroom ticket. Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 38. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month. If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with your bathroom ticket. Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time. Take the hall pass with you. You have two minutes to use the restroom. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 39. Using the Restroom You are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and lunch. You will be given 10 tickets at the beginning of each month. If I am not teaching the whole class, quietly walk over to me with your bathroom ticket. Only one girl and one boy may use the restroom at a time. Take the hall pass with you. You have two minutes to use the restroom. Unused tickets are collected at the end of the month Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 40. Getting a Drink Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 41. Getting a Drink When I am not teaching the class, you may get a drink from the drinking fountain. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 42. Getting a Drink When I am not teaching the class, you may get a drink from the drinking fountain. There should only be one person at the fountain at a time. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 43. Getting a Drink When I am not teaching the class, you may get a drink from the drinking fountain. There should only be one person at the fountain at a time. Do not talk. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 44. Getting a Drink When I am not teaching the class, you may get a drink from the drinking fountain. There should only be one person at the fountain at a time. Do not talk. Wipe away any water that you spill. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 45. Getting a Tissue Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 46. Getting a Tissue You may get a tissue whenever you need one. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 47. Getting a Tissue You may get a tissue whenever you need one. Throw away used tissues immediately. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 48. Getting a Tissue You may get a tissue whenever you need one. Throw away used tissues immediately. Make sure it lands in the trash can. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 49. Getting a Tissue You may get a tissue whenever you need one. Throw away used tissues immediately. Make sure it lands in the trash can. Get right back to work. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 51. Throwing Away Trash When I am not teaching the whole class, you may throw away trash whenever needed. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 52. Throwing Away Trash When I am not teaching the whole class, you may throw away trash whenever needed. Do NOT play basketball with your trash. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 53. Throwing Away Trash When I am not teaching the whole class, you may throw away trash whenever needed. Do NOT play basketball with your trash. Make sure all trash lands in the trash can, even if it isn’t yours. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 55. Sharpening Your Pencil You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school day unless given special permission. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 56. Sharpening Your Pencil You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school day unless given special permission. If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil station. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 57. Sharpening Your Pencil You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school day unless given special permission. If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil station. Place your broken pencil in the appropriate container Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 58. Sharpening Your Pencil You may NOT sharpen your pencil during the school day unless given special permission. If your pencil breaks, walk quietly to the pencil station. Place your broken pencil in the appropriate container Take a newly sharpened pencil from the container Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 60. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 61. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: passing out papers Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 62. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: passing out papers acting as line leader or door holder Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 63. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: passing out papers acting as line leader or door holder sharpening pencils Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 64. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: passing out papers acting as line leader or door holder sharpening pencils any other tasks Miss Langdorf Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 65. V.I.P.s Each day, I will choose one girl and one boy to be my V.I.P.s. These students are my special helpers throughout the day. Their responsibilities include: passing out papers acting as line leader or door holder sharpening pencils any other tasks Miss Langdorf may assign Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 68. Table Leaders Each day, I will select table leaders. Their responsibilities include: Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 69. Table Leaders Each day, I will select table leaders. Their responsibilities include: collecting and turning in assignments Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 70. Table Leaders Each day, I will select table leaders. Their responsibilities include: collecting and turning in assignments gathering and putting materials away for the group Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 71. Table Leaders Each day, I will select table leaders. Their responsibilities include: collecting and turning in assignments gathering and putting materials away for the group acting as spokesperson for the group Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 73. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 74. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Work as a team, with every member contributing. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 75. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Work as a team, with every member contributing. Follow directions the first time. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 76. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Work as a team, with every member contributing. Follow directions the first time. Work quietly during independent work time. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 77. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Work as a team, with every member contributing. Follow directions the first time. Work quietly during independent work time. Are neat and tidy. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 78. Cooperative Table Groups We will be working together to achieve our learning goals. Miss Langdorf will award table points for groups that: Work as a team, with every member contributing. Follow directions the first time. Work quietly during independent work time. Are neat and tidy. Show respect and kindness. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 79. Ending the Day Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 80. Ending the Day YOU are responsible for making sure you have all homework materials. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 81. Ending the Day YOU are responsible for making sure you have all homework materials. When your table group is called, you may gather your backpack. Check your folder for papers. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 82. Ending the Day YOU are responsible for making sure you have all homework materials. When your table group is called, you may gather your backpack. Check your folder for papers. Clear off your desktop. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 83. Ending the Day YOU are responsible for making sure you have all homework materials. When your table group is called, you may gather your backpack. Check your folder for papers. Clear off your desktop. Pick up any trash around your desk (even if it is not yours!) Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 84. Ending the Day YOU are responsible for making sure you have all homework materials. When your table group is called, you may gather your backpack. Check your folder for papers. Clear off your desktop. Pick up any trash around your desk (even if it is not yours!) Stand quietly behind your desk when you are ready to be dismissed. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 85. Using the Class Library Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 86. Using the Class Library During your silent reading time, you may take a book from the class library. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 87. Using the Class Library During your silent reading time, you may take a book from the class library. There should be no more than 3 people at the bookshelves. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 88. Using the Class Library During your silent reading time, you may take a book from the class library. There should be no more than 3 people at the bookshelves. Take only ONE book at a time. Write the title of the book on an index card. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 89. Using the Class Library During your silent reading time, you may take a book from the class library. There should be no more than 3 people at the bookshelves. Take only ONE book at a time. Write the title of the book on an index card. Please take care of the book. Keep it in the classroom. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 90. Using the Class Library During your silent reading time, you may take a book from the class library. There should be no more than 3 people at the bookshelves. Take only ONE book at a time. Write the title of the book on an index card. Please take care of the book. Keep it in the classroom. When you have finished the book, return it to the shelf. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 91. Passing in Papers Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 92. Passing in Papers When I collect papers, each table will hand their work to the day’s table leader. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 93. Passing in Papers When I collect papers, each table will hand their work to the day’s table leader. The table leader will quietly place the work in the appropriate basket. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 95. Headings on Papers Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets! Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 96. Headings on Papers Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets! Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a heading. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 97. Headings on Papers Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets! Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a heading. On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last name. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 98. Headings on Papers Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets! Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a heading. On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last name. Under your name, write the day’s date. Tuesday, August 20, 13
  • 99. Headings on Papers Make sure you write you name on ALL worksheets! Any assignments completed on a sheet of lined paper need a heading. On the top right hand side of your paper, write your first and last name. Under your name, write the day’s date. Points may be deducted from papers with no names or headings. Tuesday, August 20, 13