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Routines and procedures are integral for smooth classroom management and this product offers you the flexibility of choosing how you want to use it with your students. You can choose to hand out pre-printed procedures, a form which requires students to write the procedures, large or small print, plus task cards are provided if you want to hand the procedures out individually of one another. Everything is editable and uploaded as a PowerPoint and PDF document so you can make revisions that fit your students' needs or use as presentation.
These procedures and routines will help you keep your class running smoothly. The procedures are listed and then the steps are explained. Teach your students what they need to do to be successful - from how to set up their work space, to what to do if they're absent, to how to create a group area, plus enough class jobs (if you choose) for everyone, and on.
Though these routines will pertain to most classes, you will want to individualize and modify this list to complement your subject area and your students’ needs – change it to work best for your class. The idea is to, as soon as possible, teach the procedures that are integral to running daily class routines smoothly. Then teach other procedures as they logically come up in lessons. Don’t forget to review them, as needed, with your students and be sure to occasionally thank your students for following your procedures.
Recommended for middle and high school students.
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