In pairs so that everyone has a work/study partner.
Alphabetical order and any trouble students get to sit next to my desk.
I'll let the kids sit wherever they want as long as they pay attention.
Whatever the computer gives out for a seating chart.
English/ Language arts
Lots of classwork, homework, and tests. And they better take notes during all of my lectures.
Questions and discussion. A little homework and fun projects.
Homework and the occasional lecture when I feel I have to.
From the book, a few homework assignments and mainly time spent on what I need doing for the next club/sport event
Talk to the students to find out why they are fighting.
Kick the student out of class.
Discipline and a trip to the principal's office.
I'll grab them and scream them into submission and make them stay after school for detention.
Tell them to borrow from someone.
Deduct points from their grade until they get the needed supplies or make them use the old school supplies in the classroom.
Try to help them out and give them the school supplies they are missing.
Hand them a pencil and a piece of paper and tell them to come with supplies as soon as they can.
I would make it as welcoming and pleasant for the students as possible.
This is a classroom for learning, not an art museum for hippies.
Club/sports-related posters and some subject-related things on the board.
*puts an apple on the desk* they are done decorating!
Cheating will be punished with a failing grade and a visit to the principal's office. No calculators!
Give them a notecard they can look at during the test.
Give them a standard test and discuss any questions after the test has been completed and graded.
Give them a test, and if anyone cheats, they lose points.
Long lectures with notes on the board. They must take notes, no exceptions!
Let the smart kid teach the lesson for me.
Talk about the lesson and then discuss for the rest of the class about my club or sports team.
Ask them questions throughout the lesson and discuss any issues pertaining to the material.
Work with the student and the student's parents to come up with a plan to help the student improve.
Speak critically of the student and inform the parents to be more strict in regards to their child's study habits.
Tell the parents their kids needs more extracurriculars to the kids brain juices flowing better.
Tell the parents that their kid is a good student and needs a little tutoring from someone else.
Tutor them or help them get a tutor.
Tell them they are lazy and need to study harder.
Give them some notes and help them if they really don't understand.
Tell them to study with the smart kid.
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