I work at a Title I school. The majority of my students receive free or reduced-price lunch and come from homes where English is their second language. A considerable percentage of the population is not meeting standards.
Many of my students come to school with little life experience.
They have not had the opportunity to experience things such as traveling on vacations or even watching a play at the theater. Even though they have daily obstacles to overcome, they come to school eager to learn. Once they enter my classroom, I want them to be assured that they are in a safe learning environment and that anything is possible!
Galileo said, “You cannot teach a person anything; you can only help him find it within himself.” In order to do this, I must create an organized classroom that sets up my students for success.
This project will give my students an organized classroom setting, which is crucial in creating a positive learning environment.
The pocket charts will be used to give my students the resources they need on a daily basis such as academic vocabulary. The classroom job pocket chart will allow all students to have a job, such as supplies manager and librarian. These jobs not only teach my students to be responsible, but they also help them realize that they are an important part of our classroom community. It will show them that all members are needed to make our classroom run smoothly. The remaining supplies such as the storage trays, the paper organizer, and clipboards will be used during their independent or group work time. All of these materials will lead to optimal success for all of my students!
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