Ms. Banks Class
I believe that being understanding, helpful, respectful and patient makes a good teacher. You have to have patients to be a teacher, even though teaching can be stressful sometimes. I also believe that you want your classroom to feel welcoming and be a good learning environment for you students. You want them to learn and get there education but you don’t want to be boring .Try to make what your teaching fun so they would want to learn it .
My class is going to be welcoming and colorful. I would want my students to be respectful to each other and me . I want my students to be excited to learn something new. For them to learn and understand the subject/the thing being taught. So the can me successful in class and anywhere else life takes them.
1. Entering the room for class: Enter quietly and politely; remove your hat if you're wearing one; don't interrupt other students; follow the appropriate procedures for each time of day (e.g., morning, after lunch, after a special class).
2. Lining up: Stand up quietly; push in your chair; take all necessary items; line up without touching others or talking; face the front of the line; watch where you are going.
3. Leaving the room to go home : I will call a group of 5 to go get there backpacks and other things. When your name is called ,quietly get your backpack and coat/jacket , then have a seat until its time to go
4. Beginning the day: Enter the room politely; put away your backpack, lunch, and coat/jacket if you have one; turn in your homework; sit at your desk and read or do before-school work silently.
5. Ending the day: Clean off your desk; leave out your work notebook; pick up any trash within three feet of your desk; stack your chair; wait quietly to be dismissed.
6. Caring for supplies: Share supplies; recap markers and glue.
7. Participating in group lessons: politely find a place to sit where you can do your best learning; sit flat, not on your knees; listen carefully for new information; raise your hand to speak; do not speak when others are speaking.
8. Obtaining help with assignments: ask the person next to you for help with directions if you need it; if you are working alone and need help raise your hand to get help from me; if you are working with a group, ask them for help in understanding how you do the assignment.
paper; place your paper upside down in the finished work or homework tray.
9. What to do with unfinished work: If I ask for work to be turned in, let me know if it isn't finished; if I ask you to keep an unfinished project, put it in your class work notebook.
10. When and how to use the school restroom: I, stay in your seat and raise your hand if I say "no," wait for a better class time to go; if I nod, leave the room quietly; do not play in the restroom; return to class before two minutes have passed (promptly).
11. When and how to use the drinking fountain or sink: When I am not teaching the whole group, you may get a drink; take only a three-second drink; you may bring a water bottle to keep on your desk; if you need to wash your hands, use only a little soap; wipe up any water you spill.
12. Using the classroom library: When I am not teaching the whole group, you may check out a book. To do so, select a book (you only have three minutes at the class library) and tell me so I can sign out the book on the sign-out sheet. Take good care of the book; when you are finished, return the book to the basket.
13. Schoolwork : As soon as you get a paper, print your first name and last initial at the top on the right-hand side and today's date at the top on the left-hand side.
14. Getting ready for lunch : Wait quietly at your desk; when your name is called get your lunch or lunch money and line up in order; take everything with you, as you will not be allowed to come back to the classroom after we leave for lunch.
15. Lunch count/attendance: "Hot lunch" means you are having school lunch; "cold lunch" means you brought a lunch from home; when I call you name so hot lunch or cold lunch
16. Fire drill: Stop everything; stand up and head for the door quickly, but without running or pushing, the first person in line will grab the fire drill folder, wait patiently, calmly, and quietly in line outside until we are allowed to go back to what we were doing.
17. Signals for attention: When I need your attention, I will raise my hand counting to zero and wait for you to be quiet and stop what you are doing, look at me, and listen for directions.
18. Organizing desk: Remove all loose papers; decide if they should go home or stay at school; put papers that should stay at school in the front pocket of your work notebook; put pencil or art supplies in your school box; put your folders and work notebook on the left side of your desk tray; everything else goes on the right side; pick up your trash.