Comprehensive Classroom Behavior Management Plan by Belkis Rodriguez
Nova Southeastern University
April 26, 2012 Comprehensive Classroom Behavior Management Plan
The classroom is a dynamic environment wherein nothing is constant except change and the need to continually adapt. This environment affects both students and teachers; students are developing physically, cognitively, and emotionally. Teachers must respond to these changes in the students by adapting the environment, curriculum, instructional style and methods, and classroom management techniques. The process of education and classroom …show more content…
Specific Content Objectives
Students will be able to identify the topic, main idea, and supporting details of a grade level passage in a variety of content areas.
The language goal is to read for comprehension.
Expected prior Knowledge
Students need to be able to decode words and use context clues to identify words. They need to read at a fourth grade level with 75% comprehension. They need to have a basic vocabulary knowledge level for fourth grade reading material. They need to be able to work with a partner for reading and discussing ideas.
Review procedure for classroom discussion: listen when the teacher is talking, raise hand, listen to others, one person speak at a time.
Review procedure for working with partners: taking turns reading (2 's read first, 1 's write), both discussing, raise hand with question after consulting partner.
Review procedures for turning in work: classroom clerks for the week collect papers and put in bin.
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Students can work at computers in partner groups …show more content…
Students work with partners to read passages and decide what the topic, main idea, and supporting details are. They will first answer multiple choice questions about passages and then fill out graphic organizers together. If there is time, or on another day, they will look up topics of interest on the Internet and determine the topic, main idea, and details.
Day 1: Anticipatory Set (Jump-start)
I will have chosen a short article of high interest from Scholastic Magazine. I will write several vocabulary words that may be new from the article on the board. I will ask students what the words are and what topic they may be about. We will discuss the words, meanings, and I will assess prior knowledge about the topic from the discussion.
Day 1: Purpose/ Motivation
I will tell the students that they will be able to identify the topic, main idea, and supporting details about something they read. This matters because they will read for information throughout their lives. They will use this skill when reading about things they need to learn about, as well as items of interest to enrich their