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Dragon's Den Curriculum: Guided Reading…What Are the Other

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Guided Reading…What Are the Other

It is amazing that kids will think they are not tardy as long as they eventually make it to class! Agreed! Tardiness doesn't really have any consequences at my school, so it's been hard for me to motivate my students to get to class on time each day. Each tardy counts as 1/3 of an absence. Some of my students did the math. 10 allowed absences * 3 tardies per absence = 30 allowed tardies. I was proud of them for using math to figure this out, but I hate the mindset behind it. I've got to come up with some consequence of my own for tardies next year...Do you have warm up problems to start class? Tardies could have to do the warm ups as homework and get graded on them- so late to class = more work to do after school. Also, it is symetrical as you are taking away their free time after school because they wasted your instruction time in class. I will say, these answers are just too funny! It is easy to forget that these are still kids. Tall, smelly kids, but still such kids. Glue, hitting their chest and scissors. I used to do warm-up problems, but I've gotten away from them. I've also stopped giving homework. I think I want to go back to doing warm-ups again, though. Does the question 'Were you doing it?' refer to the misbehavior or to the appropriate behavior stated in the preceding question?The appropriate behavior. BLOG_CMT_createIframe('https://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html');



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