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Classroom Discipline Plan Marc Hall 20 November 2005 Professor Schilling Classroom Behavior Management Marc Hall Professor Schilling Classroom Behavioral Management 20 November 2005 Discipline Plan Paper The ideas that I have for my class are simple ones When dealing with rules there are not many to follow The first rule is that the students be on time The second rule is that the students come prepared for class And the final rule is that the students be respectful of everyone in the classroom These rules are simple and can be maintained by the students The first two rules are geared toward getting the students focused and ready for the class If the students are late for class then they will miss out on many opportunities to learn The second rule of being prepared for class is to be focused If a student is unprepared for class then that student will again have to miss out on class time to go get their materials from their locker If these materials are not in their locker students my not be able to participate in classroom procedures These first two rules can be met by following rule number three Being respectful to everyone in the class means being respectful to the teacher the other students in the class and the classroom environment If the students respect the teacher and their fellow classmates then they will be on time to classes and be prepared for the class The basic procedure for each class will be to start the class by taking attendance and having the students complete some sort of bell work perhaps a question from the previous day The next step will be to have the students ask questions about the homework from the night before if there was homework Next we would start the lesson for the day Then finally have the last five minutes at the end of the class for the students to start their homework if it is assigned to ask questions about the class period or to ask questions about their homework Keeping the procedures for class periods similar helps the students

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