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Hallway Expectations

Sleepy Eye PBIS Lesson Plan

 

Responsible Everywhere                   Respect Everyone                  Respond Safely Every time

 

Area: Hallway

 

Materials Needed: Intro video

 

Time Allotted: 10-15 minutes

 

Review Expectations

Responsible Everywhere

Respect Everyone

Respond Safely Every time

  • ·         Walk on the right side in a straight line
  • ·         Keep halls clean
  • ·         Walk directly to destination
  • ·         Close lockers quietly
  • ·         Voice Level 0-1
  • ·         Smile to greet others
  • ·         Hands and feet away from walls/lockers
  • ·         Walk safely
  • ·         Hand at sides, behind back, or in pockets
   

 

Objective: Students will use the hallway appropriately

 

Discuss and Model Positive Examples:

  • ·         Watch and discuss hallway video in your classroom
  • ·         Display and read matrix expectations
  • ·         Take class into the hallway
  • ·         Once in hallway go through above bulleted items and model

 

Discuss Solutions to Problem Areas: (While in the hallway)

  • ·         Have students restate the expectations that would address the following problem areas:
    • o   Running
    • o   Touching things that are displayed
    • o   Being loud
    • o   Touching people in the hallway
    • o   Gaps in your line
    • o   Leaving messes
    • o   Slamming lockers

 

 

Practice the Positive Behaviors/ Check for Understanding:

  • ·         (optional) Select a small group of students to role play the specific positive behavior examples or a mini-quiz
  • ·         For the next 5 days, teacher should monitor hallway behavior and increase distribution of positive behavior tickets to students who are practicing positive behavior
  • ·         Ongoing monitoring of hallways is expected