This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.
Lesson duration is: 45 min
Items in this lesson
What makes up a classroom management plan?
Slide 1 - Open question
What is a discipline plan made up of?
Slide 2 - Open question
A classroom management plan:
creates a safe
where teaching and learning can take place
Slide 3 - Slide
Students wants to know exactly what will be happening.
One reason they fail is that they do not know what to do.
Slide 4 - Slide
If you do not have a plan for your classroom, then the students will plan the classroom for you.
Slide 5 - Slide
The plan is created from the procedures, techniques, strategies, and solutions that we have been and will be learning about.
You will select from these to help you construct an effective classroom management plan.
Slide 6 - Slide
The effective teacher:
starts the school year and every day with a classroom management plan. She also spend the first two weeks teaching students to be in control of their own actions within a predictable classroom environment.
Slide 7 - Slide
A procedure or set of procedures must be present every time you want something done.
Slide 8 - Slide
Creating a Classroom Management Plan
The plan is a living document that changes as needed
It's a step by step guide for how to run a classroom.
Slide 9 - Slide
without a plan
research says that sixteen percent of new teachers never make it beyond their first year of teaching and;
fifty percent will not make it beyond five years.
Slide 10 - Slide
Getting started page 27
What questions should I ask?
Find the two questions that are the heart of your classroom Management plan.
Share them with the class.
You have 3 minutes..
Slide 11 - Slide
Read pages 30 - 35
Name some ways to present your plan to students of all ages.
Write your answers on the chart paper
How did the following teachers present his/her plan?