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Old 09-08-2019, 08:52 AM
 
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I have a first-grade class with some ridiculous behaviors. The classroom teacher has the same issue with the same children.

I need to put the kibosh on the helpless, yelling out, not following directions because I didn't listen to any of the directions. Any ideas or thoughts?

I can have some paper and pencil activities, but that is not going to solve the distraction problem or the yelling out. Only if I send them out, but I can't do that with such young ones. There are a handful in this class. One is vocal, but totally engaged, so he isn't so bad. I can handle him. The other 2 big ones are not really interested in the mundane. They like the activities once they get to them, but getting them there is the issue. Do I give them the attention they are seeking and get them there first? Ideas? I had the one stand right beside me, and asked her questions along the way during directions, and still she was a pain in the rear when she went to her seat.


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Old 09-08-2019, 09:07 AM
 
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I would make them stay at the teaching spot (I’m thinking you gather them teach and then let them go to their computers?)

After releasing all the others, have them wrote/ draw what needs to be done once they get to their computers. Put it on them.

Good luck. I had “that class” last year, and it was exhausting!
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I spent a bit of time today setting up a sort of time out space which I will try ou t tomorrow with my tough class. Will see how it goes.
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Old 09-12-2019, 05:09 PM
 
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Had my class today and they had a sub.

I have to say that the kids that were such a pain last week were really great today.

Retired middle school teacher as a sub. Says something, doesn't it?

We will see what happens next week. I am ready now.
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Old 09-13-2019, 06:43 PM
 
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I think a time out spot or pull it together place is a good idea - not necessarily punishment but a message that you need to change your behavior before you can come back and participate.


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