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Old 08-17-2010, 07:29 PM
 
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Morning Meeting - Day One of School - Early on....

Do I just do a greeting? Do I phase (intro & model) Greeting and Message? Then on Day 2 do & model Greeting, Activity and Message??? Then work in sharing like the second week? We start on a Thurs.... Eeek! I need last minute logistics help RC pros out there!! TIA


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Old 08-19-2010, 08:22 AM
 
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I don't think there's a particular right and wrong, as in you must do XYZ on the first day and this or that on the second day, etc. However, I think you're right to phase in different aspects of morning meeting slowly.

I usually do a simple greeting (like, "hi! my name is..."), an easy activity (like singing a familiar song) and the message on the first day. The second day I might have them turn to their neighbor and just verbally pass a greeting ("good morning _______"), sing another song, and do the message. Over the next few days as kids master the parts we've been doing, I'll add a little something each day or so. I guess I start sharing around the start of the second week, but again that's scaffolded and done bit by bit. Hope that helps a bit!
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