EPIK Spring 2012 First day of Class

By saradavila  

Are you teaching tomorrow? Are you worried about what to teach? Here are the lessons I teach on the first day of class.I keep mentioning these plans. As you get ready for your first classes, take a look at how I set myself up for success with these lessons. They are some of my favorite lessons.

 

Good and Bad Behavior Reading Dictation

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Classroom Rules Activities

General Ed (Elementary Through University)

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Use with a T chart. Have Ss organize the pictures into Okay and Not Okay, then they write the rules to keep things that are not okay from happening. I elicit their rules and organize them into my five rules.

 

Sara’s Rules Posters

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=1358

 

Sara’s Paper on Classroom Management Including Rules

http://saradavila.com/front/?attachment_id=1250

 

Short Article on Rules for Young Learner Classes

http://saradavila.com/front/?attachment_id=1251

 

Rules Refresher Trivia Game (Good for the beginning of second semester)

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=1397

 

High School and University

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=963

 

Student Goal Setting Activity

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=993

 

Classroom English Reading Dictation

http://www.saradavila.com/curriculum/tasks1grade/Foundation/classroom%20languageeasy2readingdic.TextMark.pdf

 

May I Have Requesting Language Bingo Game

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=948

 

Assessment Activities

Assessment Team Bingo General (Elementary through University)

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=989

 

Assessment Chart Organizer General (Elementary through University)

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=965

 

 

Assessment Advanced (High School through University)

http://saradavila.com/front/?p=972

 

Good luck, have a great year.