What a fantastic tool for helping your students manage their volume in the classroom! Saying "Quiet" may confuse students without a frame of reference. This tool makes your expectations concrete and fun!
Great Back to School purchase for setting up your classroom expectations.
This is aligned to PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) expectations as well - great for making posters and hanging up in your classroom and throughout the school.
For students with special needs, print miniature versions, laminate, and keep handy (in a pocket, attached to each folder/notebook, etc.) You can also 3-hole-punch, add a metal ring, and hang it on pencil cases, backpacks, lanyards, etc.
The levels vary from 0-4, which is easy for students to remember. This product offers 5 different printing options for your convenience. Please download the PREVIEW for visual instructions, or read below:
1) Full color poster - just print (blow up if desired), and laminate!
2) Black and white poster - color it yourself or invite students to help you color to make it their own!
3) Save on color ink! Large templates (2 per page) to print on colored card stock. Just cut out, mount to large white paper, and voila!
4) Full color templates, 1 per page. Print, cut, and mount on large paper.
5) Large templates, 1 per page. Print, color yourself, cut, and mount on large paper.
Also included is a LESSON PLAN for introducing this system to your classroom. It includes learning targets, step-by-step directions, tips and tricks, and ideas for making the voice levels more concrete for students with special needs.
Be sure to introduce your iVoice posters to your students by practicing each of the voice levels, and discussing which level is appropriate in which places/contexts. Students love practicing level 4!
Enjoy making your iVoice posters!
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