Classroom Rules Explained
The behaviors that demonstrates successful adherence to my three classroom rules are listed below. This portion of my website is meant to show you what it looks like when a student is successfully following the three classroom rules!
Rule #1: Respect peers, teachers, and the classroom.
- Students will raise hands in order to speak.
- Students will use only positive language when talking to each other.
- Students will listen when other students and teachers are talking.
- Students will volunteer to read or share ideas.
- Students will demonstrate appropriate behavior at all times.
- Students will take care of and return materials used in the classroom.
Rule #2: Be responsible and accountable for your success.
- Students will hand in their homework.
- Students will complete and hand in class work.
- Students will complete their assigned roles during cooperative learning.
- Students will self-advocate for help after school or during class.
- Students will arrive to class on time.
- Students will be aware of their approximate grade.
- Students will sit at desk with head up.
Rule #3: Be organized and prepared for class.
- Students will hand in all assignments to the appropriate classroom bin.
- Students will file all returned papers to the appropriate section of their binder.
- Students will come to class prepared with materials.