Chatty class classroom management materials to help get a talkative class quiet and under control in fun, positive ways!Have a chatty class? Do your talkative students get louder and louder during small groups until it feels like chaos? Do they talk when you're talking then ask you what the directions were as soon as you finish? Don't worry.
Having classroom procedures and expectation in place for the first day of school can make all the difference in how your year goes. Set the right tone in your Middle School or High School class from the very first day with my Classroom Procedures and Expectations! By taking the time to have a well-managed class, you won’t have to take the time later on to discipline your class. Procedures really do work! $
I’m a big fan of one-on-one conferencing with students as a way to connect with them and check for understanding. I use this “deli-style” format with students as a fun way to let them know it is their turn to conference with me. Each student is given a ticket (from 1 to how ever many students you have in class) at the beginning of class and meets me at the designated conference area in the room when they hear the “DING!” and their number appears on the projector screen. Kids love it!
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This is a worksheet I use with my pre-algebra students. I sometimes make a bulletin board of the number line and then post their name values after the activity. They like to see what students' in other classes get as well.At the top of the worksheet is a number line with each letter assigned a value.