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Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers

Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
Fast Routine for Passing Back Student Papers Returning Papers
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Do you struggle to hand back papers quickly?

This system was inspired by the “Soup Nazi” episode on Seinfeld.
I have aPDF explaining it on my teacher's list serv, a PowerPoint demonstrating it, and a weekly tally sheet for world language teachers and another one in English for other subjects that can be modified to fit your needs. They are in excel and PDF.

With a little bit of training, most of my junior high classes of 30 can receive all of their papers back, come up to my desk to confirm their grades, and see their current cumulative grades in eight minutes or less!

If you like this idea, please consider purchasing my book, Teacher Dialogue, available in my TPT store. The table of contents is below. Thank you.

MANAGING STUDENT RELATIONS

A-C-T
(Classroom Management dialogue to side-step engaging in student’s denying, challenging, threatening, diverting tactics. Works well at putting the responsibility back on the child at home also!)

Pet Peeves
BLURTERS, TREATS, TESTS, TISSUES, PENCILS, MORE TIME, MISBEHAVING ATHLETES, HEAVY BACKPACKS, RETURNING PAPERS, CHOOSING PARTNERS, TEXTING IN CLASS

Low-Performing Students

Student Performance Chart to help student and parents see how student's perception of studying is inadequate for the rigors of your class.

Disorganized Students
HABITS, PROJECTS, CHAOTIC HOMES, IDEAL ASSIGNMENT BOOKS

Extra Help Requests

Mid-Year Slump Pep Talk

Students Who Do Nothing

Student Requests for Enabling

Learned Helplessness

Disruptions Mask Auditory Processing Problem

Learned Confusion as an Excuse for No Homework

Request to Bend Rules

Request for Extra Credit

Caught-Cheating Dialogue 5


CHANGES IN SOCIETY
Changes that Influence Student Behavior

“Asperger-Like” Students

The Miracle of Visual Support

Showing Your Love

MANAGING RELATIONS WITH COLLEAGUES

MORE CHANGES IN SOCIETY AND THE WORKFORCE

Cross-Generational Differences

Implicit Rules That Should Be Explicit

PHOTOCOPYING MACHINE ETIQUETTE, HOLDING STUDENTS AFTER CLASS, VIOLATING SCHOOL RULES, PARKING SPACES, BATHROOM PASSES, LATE-TO-CLASS PASSES, LUNCHROOM ETIQUETTE, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, SECRETARIES AND CUSTODIANS, SHARING A CLASSROOM, BEING COLLEGIAL

MANAGING PARENTAL RELATIONS

PROACTIVE COMMUNICATION

First Interaction

E-Mail and Phone Calls

Back-to-School Night

DISSATISFIED PARENTS

Compassion for Parents Who Enable

Protect Yourself from Dissatisfied Parents

Enabling Parents’ Greatest Fear

Parental Illusions

Parental Contact

Dialogue for Enabling Parents

Dialogue for Parents Who Do the Homework

Teacher Apologies

Parent/Student Log

IN CONCLUSION

The Legend of Pai Coruja


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6 pages
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