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Cafeteria Lesson Plan

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Cafeteria Lesson Plan

Universal Expectation: Be Respectful, Take Ownership, Make Choices That Are Right, and Practice Kindness, Be Safe

Name of Skill/Setting: Cafeteria

Purpose of the Lesson/Why it’s Important

  1. To teach students expected procedures when entering and leaving the cafeteria as well as proper dining procedures.

Teaching Examples

  1. It's your time to go to lunch so you run and push to be first in  line.  What should you do? I should walk to get in line. I wait quietly in line to receive my food and say thank you to the cafeteria staff.  I get all my utensils, napkins, ketchup, etc.  I  then sit in my seat and eat my lunch while keeping my hands and feet to myself.

  2. My friend yells my name and I turn around to see him/her. What should you do?

Kid Activities/Role Plays

  1. Follow all adult directions the first time.
  2. Stay seated at all times.
  3. Use indoor voice.
  4. Eat only your own food.
  5. Clean up your table/floor area.
  6. Use kind words and good manners when talking to cafeteria staff.
  7. Dump tray when told by an adult then go straight back to your seat.

Follow Up/Reinforcement Activities

  1. Give verbal praise and Trojan ticket to students who are caught following cafeteria procedures. Teach cafeteria procedures as soon as possible.

Bus Lesson Plan

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Bus Lesson Plan

Universal Expectation: Be Respectful, Take Ownership, Make Choices That Are Right, and Practice Kindness, Be Safe

Name of Skill/Setting: Bus

Purpose of the Lesson/Why it’s Important

  1. To teach students expected procedures entering, exiting, and while on the bus.

Teaching Examples

  1. You see your bus approaching so you run and push to get in line because you want to be next to your friend. What should you do? I should walk to get in line and ask my friend to join me. My friend doesn’t get out of line so I wait quietly in line and enter the bus. I can then sit in my assigned sit, face forward, and speak quietly.

  2. My friend yells my name and I turn around to see him/her. What should you do?

I should stay in my seat facing forward. I should keep my feet and hands to myself.

Kid Activities/Role Plays

  1. Have students discuss how they think the procedures for bus use show safety, respect for others, and cooperation.
  2. Have an empty bus for students to practice bus procedures.
  3. Follow all adult directions.
  4. Use indoor voices with kind words and action.
  5. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Follow Up/Reinforcement Activities

  1. Give verbal praise and Trojan ticket to students who are caught following bus procedures. Teach bus procedures as soon as possible.
 
 

Classroom & Special Area Classrooms

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Classroom & Special Area Classroom Lesson Plan

Universal Expectation: Be Respectful, Take Ownership, Make Choices That Are Right, and Practice Kindness, Be Safe

*Teach the following lesson according to your classroom procedures

Name of Skill/Setting: Classroom

Purpose of the Lesson/Why it’s Important

  1. To teach students expected procedures while in the classroom.

Teaching Examples

  1. In the classroom, demonstrate to the students how to sit properly in their chair, keeping their hands and feet to themselves/in their own space.
  2. In the classroom, demonstrate “raise your hand” when asking/answering a question. Then, demonstrate “wait your turn” when getting material, using equipment, playing games, small group work, to speak, going to the bathroom, lining up, using the fountain, etc…
  3. “Walk in the classroom at all times.” This will help prevent injuries.
  4. Respect your property and others’ property.

Kid Activities/Role Plays

  1. Model expected behavior. Demonstrate the wrong and right way to sit in your seat, raise your hand, and wait your turn.
  2. A friend gets up to sharpen his/her pencil and stops at your desk to talk. What do you do?
  3. Model following directions.

Follow Up/Reinforcement Activities

  1. Teacher/Staff gives positive praise.
  2. Ask students to report others who are following the rules.
  3. Staff increases rewards (ROCKS rewards).
  4. Pre-correct expected behaviors. Give reminders before behaviors are expected.

East Side Elementary ROCKS !

East Side ROCKS

Respectful

Ownership

Choices that are right

Kindness

Safety