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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Classroom Management Through his letters, Charlieshows us the few things hefinds that he loves to do,which we all hope to findin high school at somepoint. Even if he has quite a few friends,he is closest to a few, which arePatrick and Sam, which is truefor most teens, shy or not. Charlie ends up falling for a seniorgirl who he becomes best friends with. We've all either read about asituation like that, or been in one,ourselves. The Teacher The First Days of School The First Days of School double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Positive Expectations Classroom Management Unit A Unit B Unit C "Every student can learn-just not on the same day or in the same way." -George Evans - The most important thing to establish in the first week of school is consistency. - Successful teachers have a script or a plan ready for the first day of school "Fair isn't everyone getting the same thing. Fair is everyonegetting what they need in order to be successful." Four Stages of Teaching - Finding out about students is importantin an effectively run classroom. Three Characteristicsof an Effective Teacher 1. Has positive expectations for student success. 2. Is an extremely good classroom manager.3. Knows how to design lessons for student mastery. Fantasy-Survival-Mastery-Impact TEACHER EDUCATION WILL NOT HAVE PREPARED YOU! WORK-ASSOCIATE-JOIN-CONTINUE TO LEARN -Effective teachers steal from the best and learn from the rest! Knowing what you can or cannot achieve is called expectation.An expectation is what you believe will or will not happen. The Effective Teacher -Has a statement of positive expectations ready for the first days of school.-Creates a climate that communicates positive expectations.-Convey positive expectations to all students.-Has a personal attitude of high expectations. They know that the clothes they wear and the smile thatdresses their face are the first things students see whenthey are greeted at the door. Is Your Classroom Inviting?- Is the door clearly marked?- Are welcome and information signs posted?- Are signs written in jargon?- Is the first assignment clear and understandable?- Are there clues that show you care for young people? BUILD RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PARENTS. Student can refuse words,but they cannot refuse aninvitational attitude. 1. Name2. Please3. Thank You4. Smile5. Love -POSSIBLY THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT- - The first day of school is the most important of the school year. Characteristics of a Well-Managed Classroom 1. Students are deeply involved in their work.2. Students know what is expected of them.3. There is relatively little wasted time.4. The climate of the classroom is work-oriented but relaxed and pleasant. CONSOLIDATE! CONSOLIDATE! CONSOLIDATE! TEACH! REHEARSE!REINFORCE! - When students know how the class is run, they will be more willing to do whatever you want them to do. - When the transition begins, do not talk duringthe transition time. HAVE A CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN! - Do not stop instruction when carrying out a consequence!
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