A Fresh Start: Your First Day of School

A Fresh Start: Your First Day of School
Welcome to Prosser!! 
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CNA11th,12th Grade

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A Fresh Start: Your First Day of School
Welcome to Prosser!! 

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Learning Objective
At the end of the class period, you will be familiar with 1 or 2 classroom expectations, what supplies you will need for the class, evacuation procedures, and bus locations on your first day of school.

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Explain to the students that by the end of the lesson, they will have a clear understanding of what to expect on their first day of school.
What do you already know about the the One Year CNA Program?

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Introduce yourself to your classmates. Share your name, interests, and something unique about you.

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Encourage students to get to know their peers by sharing personal information. This will create a positive classroom environment.
What are the Expectations
 Listen carefully and ask questions if you need clarification.
  • Entering the classroom
  • Leaving the classroom
  • Restroom procedures
  • Coming to order

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Remind students to actively engage in the discussion and pay attention to the teacher's instructions.
 Supply List Review
 Make sure you have all the necessary materials for a successful start.
  • Laptop or Ipad (School issued device)
  • Blue or Black pens 
  • Colored pencils and or markers (Red, Green, Black)
  • Poly folder with fasteners in the middle
  • Index cards (500) and a quart size ziplock bag

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Recommend students to check their backpacks and ensure they have all the required supplies.

  • Your device should be fully charged and ready to go daily.  That means do not come to class without it charged.  If you can charge your phone at night you can charge your device.
Slide 4: Evacuation Procedures
Learn about the evacuation procedures in case of emergencies. Pay attention to the designated meeting points.

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Emphasize the importance of safety and explain the evacuation procedures clearly to the students.
Slide 5: Bus Locations
Familiarize yourself with the bus locations and bus numbers. Know where to find your bus after school.

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Provide students with information regarding the bus locations and emphasize the importance of knowing their bus number.
Slide 6: Group Activity - Introduce a Classmate
In pairs, introduce a classmate to the rest of the class. Share their name, interests, and something unique about them.

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Divide students into pairs and give them some time to get to know each other. Encourage active participation and respect for one another.
Slide 7: Classroom Expectations Brainstorm
Brainstorm as a class to create a list of classroom expectations. Write them on the board for future reference.

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Encourage students to actively participate in the brainstorming session and remind them to respect all ideas shared.
Slide 8: Checking Off Your Supply List
Check off the items on your supply list that you have already acquired. Note down any missing items.

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Advise students to review their supply list and update it based on the materials they have already obtained.
Slide 9: Safety Quiz - Evacuation Procedures
Take a safety quiz to test your knowledge about evacuation procedures. Answer the questions to the best of your ability.

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Create a quiz with multiple-choice or true/false questions related to evacuation procedures. Provide immediate feedback after each question.
Slide 10: Bus Locations Map
Examine the bus locations map provided. Identify the location where you will find your bus after school.

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Distribute bus locations maps to students and guide them in locating their designated bus stop.
Slide 11: Icebreaker Game - Two Truths and a Lie
Play the 'Two Truths and a Lie' game. Each student takes turns sharing three statements, two true and one false. Others guess the lie.

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Explain the rules of the game and encourage students to be creative with their statements. Emphasize active listening and respect during the game.
Slide 12: Class Contract
Work together as a class to create a class contract. Include the expectations discussed earlier. Sign the contract as a commitment.

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Guide students in collaboratively creating a class contract that reflects the expectations they brainstormed. Emphasize the importance of respecting the contract.
Slide 14: Emergency Drill Practice
Participate in an emergency drill practice. Follow the procedures discussed earlier and listen to your teacher's instructions.

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Conduct an emergency drill practice to ensure students are familiar with the procedures. Remind them to take it seriously and follow instructions.
Slide 15: Reminders for the First Day
Review the important information for the first day: introductions, expectations, supply list, evacuation procedures, and bus locations.

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Summarize the key points discussed throughout the lesson and remind students to be prepared for the first day of school.
Write down 3 things you learned in this lesson.

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Have students enter three things they learned in this lesson. With this they can indicate their own learning efficiency of this lesson.
Write down 2 things you want to know more about.

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Here, students enter two things they would like to know more about. This not only increases involvement, but also gives them more ownership.
Ask 1 question about something you haven't quite understood yet.

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The students indicate here (in question form) with which part of the material they still have difficulty. For the teacher, this not only provides insight into the extent to which the students understand/master the material, but also a good starting point for the next lesson.