Expectations for Classroom BehaviourQuick View

Expectations for Classroom Behaviour

I've produced a presentation which I've been going through with all my classes and thought I'd share. In some classes, it had an immediate effect going through this for 5 minutes. Then throughout the lesson I can remind them of expectations quickly and easily because they know what I'm talking about. Each expectation is basically broken down into some rules. You could adapt it for your own expectations if you think it would be worthwhile for any of your classes. At the very least it's a cool power point template to add to your arsenal!
Exercise Book  Expectations InsertQuick View

Exercise Book Expectations Insert

A science exercise book insert that all my students have stuck in the front of their books. It states the expectations of how I expect them to present their classwork using visual aids rather than as prose text.
Things to Re"meme"ber - Classroom expectations memes!Quick View

Things to Re"meme"ber - Classroom expectations memes!

This resource is a powerpoint which can be used in a few different ways. It can be used as a powerpoint in the first lesson with a new class in order to introduce classroom expectations. It could also be used in a whole school assembly. Alternatively, the slides can be printed out and displayed in classrooms as a visual reminder of the rules. It is a handy way of teaching classroom expectations in a light-hearted way and introduce a bit of personality into an otherwise relatively mundane part of the back to school routine. The memes make the rules accessible to students and the images can be beneficial to EAL students. I'm an NQT so please feel free to make my day and leave a review! Enjoy!
Classroom expectationsQuick View

Classroom expectations

Just a quick powerpoint slide I use to introduce myself to a new class and to start off a new topic/ carousel
Classroom expectations activityQuick View

Classroom expectations activity

To be used at the start of the year or whenever you feel your class need a reminder about how to behave in your classroom. The resource provides some ideas on classroom rules but essentially encourages the students to come up with their own rules with you in order to share the responsibility. I use it when I start working with a new class, at the start of each term and refer back to it at any point I feel the students need reminding. Keeping a uniform Power Point keeps consistency.
Necessary Classroom Posters to show classroom expectationsQuick View

Necessary Classroom Posters to show classroom expectations

A selection of 4 posters that explain and demonstrate classroom expectations. These include: 'Beautiful Work Every Time' which explains the expectations of a written piece of work 'The No Phone Zone' which details what happens if a phone is out in class, and what we expect. 'Makeup Fails' which explains the expectations of students with regards their appearance 'The Equipment Checklist' which details what students must have in every lesson.
Classroom Expectations - Back to School PostersQuick View

Classroom Expectations - Back to School Posters

Back to School Classroom Expectations Posters. This is a set of classroom rules posters has six rules: Focused Bodies, Raised Hands, Quiet Mouths, Walking Feet, Helping Hands, Caring Hearts. There is one poster with all of the rules, and one poster for each separate rule. - HappyEdugator
Western Music Decor - Classroom ExpectationsQuick View

Western Music Decor - Classroom Expectations

Cowboy up with this western decor for the Music room. The rustic backgrounds and wild west clipart are easy to incorporate into any color scheme transforming your room into a friendly western theme. Make learning easy with these wall posters. Go Western! Follow PBIS protocol with these classroom reminders: Be Ready Be Respectful Be Responsible Be Prepared Be Safe Be Caring Be Kind Be Your Best Be a Team Be.... + 1 Blank =================================================== Follow The Bates Clef on Facebook, Blogger, and PInterest to take a peek into my music classroom and stay up-to-date with new products, sales, and freebies. * https://www.facebook.com/batesclefmusic/ * http://batesclef.blogspot.com/ * https://www.pinterest.com/batesclef/
Back to School Classroom Expectations PowerPointQuick View

Back to School Classroom Expectations PowerPoint

Back to School Classroom Expectations PowerPoint. Just what you need at the beginning of the year. Use at Open House, Back to School Night, or Parent Night. A basic slideshow template of classroom expectations for students at the beginning of the year. Fill in your own specifics. Back to school expectations include behavior, routines, etc. Project it on your SmartBoard for the first day of school. Editable. Revise for yourself as necessary. I also play it continuously looping at Open House at individual student computers, set up like kiosks. - HappyEdugator
Classroom Rules and Expectations For TeensQuick View

Classroom Rules and Expectations For Teens

Teenagers need to be constantly reminded of rules and expectations in the classroom. These rules and expectations could serve as a guide to help them stay on track and out of trouble, continue to practice good manners that there taught in primary, feel safe and supported in school. The file is in power point version, A4 in size and in JPEG format. List of Classroom Rules and Expectations: Treat others fairly Pay attention in class Listen to the teachers and adults in school Lend a helping hand to others Come to school ready and prepared Stay on task Be kind to others Be friendly and sociable Show respect to others Cooperate with others Don't be mean on the screen Make smart choices Be responsible Be organized Don't ruin someone's reputation by spreading gossip Be forgiving Follow rules Raise your hand if you want to participate and ask questions Be honest Don't pick fights Eat healthy Work quietly
Classroom expectations PPT for inital contact with all new secondary classes.Quick View

Classroom expectations PPT for inital contact with all new secondary classes.

A PPT with a fun game of charades (teachers to adapt their rules; write them out on small pieces of paper and throw them in a little box; ready for the game). This invites students to understand and acknowledge teacher expectations from the start; and vice versa; for students to suggest what they expect from their teacher. Designed for use with secondary (subject specific) teachers; however, can be adapted to suit primary students/teachers also.