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July 18, Ahhhh… Summer is gone. Where did it go? If they want their school year to be successful, then they cannot leave any of these 10 things out.
Here they are in no particular order. As your cute little darlings are coming down the hallway, you need to be ready to help them out and greet them.
You need to help these Nervous Nellies feel better — and the best way to do that is by making them comfortable with your smile and warm greeting. When students enter the classroom — even on the first day of school — there should be something for them to do.
This sets the tone for the entire year. They need to understand that, in your classroom, you get down to business and that working and learning is a priority. Make sure you have plenty of things to do on the first day. Have each student introduce themselves. There are lots of fun games to play where students have to share a little about themselves.
You can even find some in my Back to School Product. Building community is important because then, throughout the year, you can work together like a team or a family. This can be done through various team building activities.
I made that mistake my first year teaching. I droned on for what probably seemed like decades for those poor kids — and you know what? Mention them as it is time.
For instance, mention the procedures for lunch a few minutes before lunch. I know some teachers myself included, at one time that would not enforce rules on the first day of school because, well, it was the first day. Make sure you introduce the rules or create them together right away and begin enforcing them on the first day — warnings and consequences.
Question and Answer Time. This is one of my favorite things to do on the first day. They can even ask questions about me.
Sometimes the questions are silly and wild and I answer them kind of silly back — but that is just me! I answer the questions on the cards, and then I share with students a little about myself, including artifacts from my childhood, such as my report cards, my drawings, my handwriting Mrs.
Livingston, I finally finger-space between all my words! Students need to hear about your childhood and who you are outside the classroom. It helps them see that you also made mistakes and are human, too! The kids learn so much from it and love it! My artistic talent in my childhood — the draw chubby contest at age 13, a chalk shadow art of Raggedy Ann.SHERIDAN — The first day back to school brings many feelings — memories of great years past or nerves for a new year to begin.
Sheridan-area students and teachers kick off the new school year later this month, and they described the feelings of that first day back. A. A1C A form of hemoglobin used to test blood sugars over a period of time. ABCs of Behavior An easy method for remembering the order of behavioral components: Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence.
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First day in Secondary School In Hong Kong, moving from Primary school to Secondary school is an important step, it signify a child has grown into a teenage. My first day in . As excited as we are to get back to school, all of us still get those first-day jitters.
Between worrying about what to wear to seeing your crush for the first time since spring semester, the first day is a bit of an emotional roller coaster.
New teachers typically anticipate the first day of school with a mixture of anxiety and excitement. They may have gained experience teaching in a controlled environment under the tutelage of a supervising teacher in a student teaching position.