These are the 9 classroom rules I post in my classroom for my Spanish High School students. They are short sentences with a graphic attached to each poster. You can print, laminate and post them in your classroom to notify and remind students how they should behave in class.
The nine classroom rules are written using the
infinitive, informal command and formal command forms.
That way, you may choose which ones
to put up based on the level of Spanish you
teach and what rules are important to you.
The rules are:
1. Llegar a tiempo.
2. Levantar la mano.
3. Traer papel y lapiz. (accent on the a in lapis)
4. Completar las tareas.
5. Quedarse en su asiento.
6. No comer, ni beber.
7. No usar aparatos electronicos. (accent on the first "o")
8. Tener una actitud positiva.
9. Respetar a la maestra (al maestro) y a los estudiantes.
Feel free to message me if you have any suggestions for other rules I should add. When I have a few I'll update it and send you a message to re-download your purchase at no extra cost.
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Spanish Class Rules by Karen Saravia-Orellana
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