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Are you ready to engage your students in a fun activity that requires critical thinking and content area knowledge? Looking for something you can adapt for your students? Want something meaningful before Christmas, but you're too dang tired to create it? Look no further, this escape room is perfect
This six-page discussion helps you become clear about your classroom teaching style and offers a number of real-world specific tips on making a classroom a friendly and productive environment in which to teach kids. MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHERS' GOLD has a number of English-related handouts as wel
After spending 20+ years in the classroom, I became an Instructional Specialist--and then a Curriculum Coordinator. Without fail, one of the most critical needs I observe when I go into teachers' classrooms is for a simple, straightforward (but effective) Discipline Management System that will hold
This is a discipline policy template used in the middle school setting. The policy is set and would be ideally used for schools with set interdisciplinary teams. This template uses tiers of disciplinary infractions with set consequences. Tier I: Class, Tier II: Team, Tier III: Office. This is a
This resource is to use to engage students in the ownership of their own disipline. I use this when students are showing a pattern of repeat behavior after I have already contacted the parent, or guardian. Disturbing the learning environmentNot prepared for classNot completing work or off taskStuden
4th - 8th
Looking for a journal packet for students to use in your middle school or high school classroom? Originally created for a language arts/social studies setting, you can apply this journal to your subject for:- Pre-writing- Bell Ringers- Journaling- Exit Slips- Brainstorming- Independent ReadingIn thi
Use this discipline plan for both positive and negative reinforcement in your classroom and school.
This is a Classroom Discipline Plan designed to be used with elementary and middle school classrooms. Included is a list of rules, consequences, and a section for parents to sign and return stating they've reviewed this plan.
K - 6th
A simple form to give to a student when s/he has a behavior issue. Check the box next to the infraction, and have the student respond with a statement agreeing or disagreeing with your judgment. This could be the first step in addressing behavioral issues.
5th - 8th
This spreadsheet can be used to track discipline referrals for middle school students who are at-risk for dropping out.
Ready to take your discipline management strategies to the next level? Great for back to school, this is a complete system that supports effective discipline management from a multitude of strategies and, together, they'll help you lead your students to the ultimate goal of positive, respectful, sel
Having classroom procedures and expectation in place for the first day of school can make all the difference in how your year goes. Set the right tone in your Middle School or High School class from the very first day with my Classroom Procedures and Expectations! By taking the time to have a well
Hook your students and keep them engaged by injecting the theme of horror into your lesson resources. With these scary stories and lessons, you'll have them in the palm of your hand and give them plenty of reasons to want to be in your class doing their work - all year long!With these highly engagin
Are you a new middle school or high school teacher? Are you completely overwhelmed trying to write your class syllabus? You know you need one, but you don’t know where to start. Trying to think about what polices you’ll want to have for your class is challenging. Now you can use my syllabus as a
What is the capital of Alaska? (Come on! Juneau this one!)WHY TELL JOKES IN CLASS:Jokes teach our students to play with words, which strengthens their writing.Jokes help teach figurative language, such as idioms and metaphors.Jokes help teach homonyms.Joke-telling promotes language development. Joke
Standards Based Grading (SBG) for Middle School TeachersI implemented Standards Based Grading in my regular Social Studies classes a few years ago. When I first started with this grading system, much of my time was taken up with creating the new forms and documents that were necessary for students
Middle School Lunch Detention Reflection Prompts for students are a must have! The lunch detention reflection prompts are for students to complete during a 20 to 30-minute lunch detention in your classroom. Have your students self-reflect about their choices today!These prompts are NO PREP Print &am
3/4 Cup Learning + 1/4 Cup Fun = 1 Cup Success!This is a great bundle for people who are new to Mr D's teaching materials and who haven't purchased other lesson plans from his TPT store. What will you get in this Starter Pack?*Five power point presentations that include lesson plans, video links of
This may be the best purchase you make you today and definitely one you won't regret! I know there are TONS of "Pink Slips" out there based on the sample in Harry Wong's book, "The First Days of School." But this is a horse (or slip) of a different color. Well, it's pink, but its fundamental purpo
If you are a new teacher or you feel like you need a better discipline plan this year, you have come to the right place. This behavior management plan is geared toward high school and middle school students, but can be used with younger students. This plan has been used by me for several years now a
Middle School Economics. Here are FIVE Economics activities that I've used for years and are tried and true. I've found that kids really enjoy learning about money when it is real to them and I believe these activities do just that. Purchased in a bundle is definitely saving your money. Now that
► What can I use this product for?Great for School Counselors, Health Educators, Freshmen Academy Teachers, Life Skills Teachers any Educator who wants to promote positive self-talk in students. ► What is included in this product? ⭐ 1-hour lesson plan instructions ⭐"Negative vs. Positive Self-Talk"
This ”BE” Bulletin Board was created to bring inspiration into your classroom. We’ve included 36 different words for you to choose from! This is a perfect resource for a big bulletin board or the small ones that are above your whiteboard (if you have those like we do)! All of the words come in a wat
So many of the sub binders you can find are geared toward elementary teachers. While these are adorable, and it would be nice if middle and high school teachers could put a picture of every single student in their class in a binder with a list of important information about their sweet little kids,

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