Teaching Routines

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Teaching Routines by Mind Map: Teaching Routines

1. Rules, rules, rules

2. Involve students to follow instructions in class, There are several types

3. General rules: spell out the teacher's overall expectation for good work and behaviour in class.

4. Specific procedures: spell out exactly "how to do this" and "how to do that" in the classroom.

5. Teaching Procedures and Routines

6. Making the Investment: Over the long run the investment in training pays for itself many times over.

7. A Sample Procedure: Forming students in lines when they leave the classroom is a difficult task, but the rules that are already structured must be taken into account so that they can follow them. So the teacher's function will be to have a good control of the group and to give clear instructions.

8. Classroom Chores: Some classroom routines engage students in helping you. Those are:

9. Frazzled parents, Lazy children: Some parent do all of the work around the house and their children need to do something like practising or do different homework.

10. The value of Being Needed: You could use some help, of course, but more importantly, the children need to help.

11. The Rule of Chores: There are many routines for children work in class, and the teacher hace the time to respond to students' special needs.

12. Organizing Classroom Chores: The teachers who have a job for each student in the class.

13. Cleanup

14. Bulling board and decoration

15. Enrichment

16. Clerical work

17. Helping with instruction

18. Communicating Your Standars to Parents

19. Not second change: You will have dealings with the parents with your students sooner or later.

20. A Self-Contained Classroom: Some teachers have a level of help and cooperation from parents. For example, create a conversation bettween parents and students in order to interact and know how to react each one in the following:

21. Introduce yourself

22. Discuss the classroom standars that are sent to home

23. Say some positive about the child

24. Ongoing Communication with parents

25. Sending Work Home: Send regularly with a provision for parental feedback.

26. Commendations: When the student do a good job or effective process.

27. Preventative Conferences: Dealing with problems proactively when they are small can save you angry confrontation later on.

28. A Final Note on Being Proactive

29. It refers to the capacity to be either proactive or reactive in our approach to problem solving.

30. ALEJANDRA DAZA MORA