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Create a Lesson Plan to teach Rules for EACH Location (3 separate Lesson Plans):

(See Attachment in Brainshark for Rules Lesson Plan SAMPLE)

Cresthaven Elementary School

Rules Lesson Plan

Location 1: Bus

Rules:(paste from Expectation/Rules Chart all rules under this location)Positive Example:Non-example:

EXAMPLE: Keep hands to yourselfHands by side, in pockets, or behind backTouching the walls or bulletin boards

Obey all directions given by the bus driver.

Bus driver asks student to sit down and student obeys.Bus driver asks student to sit down and student refuses to sit.

Remain seated on the bus at all times.

Students are sitting with feet on floor facing forward in assigned seat.Students are moving from seat to seat as the bus is in motion.

Use quiet voices when talking with friends.

Keep hands and feet to self.

Students sit in assigned seats and chat softly with friends.Students shout loudly at each other calling names and kicking the back of seats.

Resources used to teach this Lesson Plan (2-3 resources with specific websites, curriculum, programs, etc.):

Code of Conduct booklet pertaining to bus behavior .

Website http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/schoolbusbehavior0907.pdf

Hopkins, G. (2003, March 7). School bus discipline: Solving the problem. Education World. Retrieved October 11, 2005, from http://www.education-world.com/a_admin/admin024.shtml

Specific steps of Lesson Plan (3-5 sentences. Include lesson format, activities, and details to replicate):

School-wide responsibility assembly to review behavior expectations is conducted week of 9/6. Bus and bicycle rules are introduced. Examples and non-examples are role-played.

Format: Classroom discussion

Lesson Plan Dates & Times (also document in classroom plans AND master calendar minimum of 4 dates)

1.Week of 9/6/16

2. Week of 10/31/16

3. Week of 1/9/17

4. Week of 4/17/17

Who is responsible for teaching the Lesson Plan?

Assistant principal, Jan Heavner at school-wide responsibility assemblyClassroom teachers

Rules Lesson Plan

Location 2: Cafeteria

Rules:(paste from Expectation/Rules Chart)Positive Example:Non-example:

EXAMPLE: Keep hands to yourselfHands by side, in pockets, or behind backTouching the walls or bulletin boards

Remain in your seat and raise your hand to get out of your seat.

Students raise hand to ask permission to leave seat.Students walk around the cafeteria or meet friends in the bathroom.

Sit with feet under the table facing forward.

Students are sitting with their feet under the table.Students are turned around on the seat with feet sticking out in the aisle to trip other students.

Speak in a soft voice to students at your table only.

Students chat quietly to friends at their table.Students are calling out in loud voices to friends sitting at far away tables.

Resources used to teach this Lesson Plan (specific websites, curriculum, programs, etc.):

Cafeteria rules chart

Incentives chart

Cafeteria bathroom procedures

Specific steps of Lesson Plan (Include lesson format, activities, and details to replicate):

School-wide responsibility assembly to review behavior expectations is conducted week of 9/6. Cafeteria rules and incentives are introduced through posted rules.Teachers model what it looks like when students are in the cafeteria. Student role-play examples and non-examples.

Lesson Plan Dates & Times (also document in classroom plans AND master calendar minimum of 4 dates)

1.Week of 9/6/16

2. Week of 10/31/16

3. Week of 1/9/17

4. Week of 4/17/17.

Who is responsible for teaching the Lesson Plan?

Administration, support staff, and reviewed often by teachers.

Rules Lesson Plan

Location 3: Hallways/School grounds

Rules:(paste from Expectation/Rules Chart)Positive Example:Non-example:

EXAMPLE: Keep hands to yourselfHands by side, in pockets, or behind backTouching the walls or bulletin boards

Walk quietly and orderly while in the hallways.

Students walk with hands at their side or one hand behind back and other hand placing finger over lips.Students are running in the hall to chase classmate.

Walk in the hallway on the appropriate line.

Students walk on the painted line on walkways.Students stop to look in classroom windows or jump on top of flowerboxes.

Keep hands and feet to self.

Students have hands at their sides while walking in the hallway.Students are pushing and cutting in line to get ahead of other students.

Resources used to teach this Lesson Plan (specific websites, curriculum, programs, etc.):

PBIS World

http://www.sjusd.org/student-services/PBIS/Hallways.pdf

Specific steps of Lesson Plan (Include lesson format, activities, and details to replicate):

Teachers model what it looks like to be orderly in the hallways. Student role-play examples and non-examples.

Format: Classroom discussion

Check for understanding by having students turn to a partner and explain how students should look in the hallway.

Lesson Plan Dates & Times (also document in classroom plans AND master calendar minimum of 4 dates)

1.Week of 9/6/16

2. Week of 10/31/16

3. Week of 1/9/17

4. Week of 4/17/17.

Who is responsible for teaching the Lesson Plan?

Classroom teachers

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