Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases

Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
Classroom Management Posters Catch Phrases
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POPULAR PHRASES POSTERS
I love using “sayings” and “phrases” to help remind my students of behaviors and procedures. These are a few I’ve used throughout the years. Within a few short weeks, my students have memorized them, and the actions to accompany them. I will add to this pack, as I think of more of my most popular phrases with my students.
Poster for Tattling- Some years ago I came up with 5 T’s to help students remember to avoid tattling. We discuss the meaning of each of these. No touching, No taking, No teasing, No taunting,= No tattling! If we avoid the first 4, we can eliminate the last one, tattling. Be sure to emphasize the context of each. Brainstorm with students what touching would be; hitting, poking, pushing, etc. We also discuss the difference between teasing (aggravating someone) and taunting which is more of a repetitive bullying behavior. Your students won’t forget these 5 T’s with a simple reminder- Just say frequently, Remember our 5 T’s!
3 B’s Poster -In my class an emergency includes- The 3 B’s- Bleeding, Barfing, Bathroom (discuss what a true bathroom emergency is-I tell them that emergencies/and accidents happen every now and then! If it is happening everyday we are being careless or not following procedures. You might talk to your students about a few other emergencies as well. In any case, have students put all their concerns in writing. Then place it in a designated box or basket. Students will then take special consideration in what they decide to share with you, because it requires them to do something. I find that requiring students to document in writing is not worth the effort when it’s just tattling and they quickly resolve the problem. Students know that if I am teaching they can only interrupt me if it’s a 1- A real emergency! If it’s a 2, they can ask to speak to me privately when I’m not instructing, by saying I have a concern. I will either pull them aside or ask them to fill out a reporting slip to explain. If it is a 3, I don’t need to know, this is something the student feels capable of solving on their own. I do have a tattling basket in my room, students can write things on a sticky note when they need to get something off their chest. I don’t address these, but I read them to make sure it’s not something of urgency. If they want me to address something, they must fill out the reporting slip-that states What the problem is & 3 ways they have already tried to solve it. To make it even more difficult, I discuss it with them during their recess time. Now, the burden of responsibility is on them, and I know if they report it, it must be really bothering them.
Poster for Transition- I use QRST- Quick Ready Silent Team/Table- When I say QRST, students know what I am looking for and they quickly prepare. Your students can earn points, a reward of the day, or anything that you might like to use as an incentive to get ready during transitions.
Owl Poster- a poster for no name papers. Glue this poster to cardstock or something heavy. Attach to a box lid, or other container to place no name papers. At a designated time, your students can look for papers without names.
No Questions Before Directions Posters-Students always like to ask a ton of questions before you give the directions. I use this phrase to remind students that I will entertain their questions about the assignment, only after I have given all the directions.
REMEMBER YOUR ABC’S –This poster is a quick way to talk to your students about their Attitude, Behavior, & being Cooperative. Use this poster as a format to discuss expectations for your classroom.
 IMPROVISE –I use this catch phrase to get students to solve simple problems; Ex. I left my journal home- get a piece of paper; I often find students making use of what they have or figure out what to do independently of me.
LINE –Spells out the word Line; Looking Forward; In position, No talking, Excellent Job!!!
Quality Work –This poster will remind students what you expect from their work.
MAKEitMagnificent –A “saying” to remind students to check their work
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