In a few words, what is one rule of the classroom?
Be respectful of your classmates and teacher. Put your phone away and keep it out of sight. Raise your hand before speaking or leaving your seat.
Classroom Norms for 6th Grade Students
Respect: Treating others and their belongings with kindness and politeness. Focus: Paying attention to the teacher and other students. Participation: Actively participating in classroom activities and discussions.
What classroom norms should 6th graders follow?
- Be respectful to classmates and teachers
- Stay on task and raise your hand to participate
- Be organized and arrive on time to class
The desks in a classroom are arranged in such a way that the teacher can see each student at all times. Classroom norms are designed to ensure that everyone in the classroom feels safe and respected. Classroom norms often include things like no talking when the teacher is talking or no running in the hallways.
Did you know?
What do you think are the most important classroom norms for our 6th grade class?
How can we make sure everyone in our class is held accountable for following the classroom norms?
Use the padlet from yesterday to think of 3 classroom norms to include in our list of Classroom norms and expectations for students' behavior and participation in class.
What are some ways that you can model positive classroom norms?
What can you do to ensure that everyone in the class is following the classroom norms?