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					         Iowa Behavioral Alliance - An Initiative of the Iowa Department of Education




                   Teaching Behavioral
                      Expectations

Major components of this presentation were developed by: George Sugai and
                                Rob Horner
               Of OSEP’s Technical Assistance Center
                               www.pbis.org


                              In Conjunction with
                          Iowa Behavioral Alliance
                (An Initiative of the Iowa Dept. of Education)
                              www.rc4alliance.org
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                               Goals
•   Define expectations
•   Develop expectations by setting matrix
•   Develop lesson plans based on matrix
•   Create schedule or plan to teach
    expectations to students
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             School-wide
             expectations
• What are your 3-5
  positively stated
  memorable expectations?
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                      School-wide
                      expectations
•Do you know what they mean?
•Do your students know what they mean?
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      Expectations, Belief
         statements
• Where else do we have statements
  of expectations?
  – Church
  – Boy Scouts
  – Court rooms
  – Military
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           Establish School-wide
             Discipline System
• Define School-wide Behavioral Expectations
• Teach School-wide Behavioral Expectation
• Monitor and Acknowledge Appropriate Behavior
• Use a Continuum of Consequences for
  Inappropriate Behavior
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        Establish School-wide
   Discipline System Action Steps
• Actions:
    • Develop Teaching Matrix with
      faculty
    • Build Teaching Plans for school-
      wide expectations
    • Clarify responses to problem
      behavior
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        Establish School-wide
   Discipline System Action Steps
Defining and Teaching School-wide
 Behavioral Expectations
  – Define 3-5, positively stated, memorable
    expectations.

  – Build Curriculum Matrix (Expectations By
    Settings)

  – Build Teaching Plans
     • Teaching individual Expectations across locations
     • Teaching all Expectations within a location
Expectations by Settings
Sample Expectations by
       Settings
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At Park Avenue, we are people of character. We are respectful. We are responsible. We care.
All          Responsible                 Respectful                     Caring
Areas
             Follow adult directions     Use polite language and        Treat others the way You
             the first time              respectful voice               want to be treated
             Take responsibility for     Keep hands, body and           Keep Park Avenue clean,
             your words and actions      objects to self                safe, & healthy
Cafeteria    Get all food and utensils   Use line basics when           Use good manners
             1st time                    entering
             Keep area neat and clean    Keep place in line
             Raise hand and wait for     Take the first milk you
             permission to leave         touch
Hallway      Go directly to where you    Walk on right side unless      Wait for passing lines
             need to go                  otherwise directed             Hold doors for others
             Carry hall pass             Use line basics when
                                         entering building
Playground   Use school equipment        Keep hands feet & objects      Include everyone
             correctly and safely        to self                        Try to solve problems
             Follow Park Avenue game
             rules                       Enter Building using line      appropriately
             Line up immediately when    basics                         Report injuries to a
             bell rings                  Use respectful language        playground supervisor
             Get permission to leave
             playground

Restroom     Take restroom pass and      Keep restroom clean            Wait quietly and patiently
             nothing else                Respect the privacy of         for your turn
             Use/flush/Wash/Leave        others                         Report problems to an adult
                                                                        immediately
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                       Iowa Behavioral Alliance -Avenue Expectation Lesson Plan of Education
At Park Avenue, we are people of character. We are respectful. We are responsible. We care.

Area: Cafeteria                                       Time Allotted: 15-20 minutes

Materials needed: For script: trays, utensils, milk, napkins, buckets for silverware, garbage can, trays for
all students to practice for classroom teacher:
      Expectations

      Responsible                             Respectful                 Caring

      Get all food and utensils 1st   Use line basics when        Use good
      time                            entering                    manners
      Keep area neat and clean        Keep place in line
      Raise hand and wait for         Take the first milk you
      permission to leave             touch

      Walk down the right side of the stairs quietly using the handrail one step at a time.
      Enter cafeteria using line basics (Hands at sides, facing forward, voices off.)
      Take the first milk you touch and hold it carefully in your hand.
      Take the first utensil you touch.
      Take your tray and say “thank you”.
      Choose items and put them on your tray. Once you have touched something it’s yours.
      Enter your number.
      Go to the directed table and quietly eat your own lunch - no sharing.
      Raise your hand and wait to be dismissed.
      Put your utensils carefully into the tub.
      Carry your tray carefully and throw out everything.
      Stack your tray on the counter so it fits inside the others.
      Leave the lunchroom quietly and walk to recess.
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       Dre xler Midd le School Lun chroom Expectations Lesson Plan
                       Respectful    *   On   Your Honor *     Accepting        *   Responsible
Are a: Lunc hroom                                    Ti me Allotted: 20-30 Minutes

Materials Ne e de d: None
                                                Expectations
               ful
       Re spe ct                         r
                                 On You Honor                      Acce pting                    Re sponsible
* Talk quietly                * Use appropriate         * Clean your ow n spill s, food,    * Table Manners
                              language                  c rumbs, garbage, etc .
* Use manners (please,                                                                      * Keep the c afeteria
thank you, etc.)              * Be patient              * Help keep the c afeteria clean    clean
* Stand patiently and                                   * Take only the food that you
quietly in li ne                                        will eat
* Wait quietly until
dismissed
* Demonstrate proper
table manners
(appropriate use of
utensil s, chew with mouth
              t
closed, donÕ talk with
food in mouth)
Ste p 1 Ğ Define the expe ctations
Ste p 2 ĞProvide the rationale
        a. have students share why they feel the need for the expectations
        b. safety of students
        c . tim e will not be w asted
                                              lass
        d. students will be on time to recess/c
Ste p 3 Ğ Te ach the acce ptable be havior
        a. go to the lunc h room
        b. whil e in the lunch room, review the expectations
        c. disc uss how disruptions c aused by a noisy lunc h room interfere with other classes
        d. ask s tudents for their sugges  tions on how to c reate a quiet, orderly lunch room
        e. have posters that ill ustrate the expected behaviors
        f. model the correct, ac c ep table behavior
Ste p 4 ĞAcknowle dgements and Conse quence s
                    le
        A. Ack now dgeme nts
             1. verbal ac knowledgement for students who foll ow the expectations
             2. ÒBobc at Buc ksÓ    may be used for students modeling the expectations
        B. Conse que nce s
             1. if problems oc c u or continue, rec es s tim e will be used as a Ò
                                    r                                             refresherÓtim e
             2. a sec  ond reprim and - completing a reflection sheet during recess tim e
             3. sil ent lunc h in a removed setting
             4. detention whic h wil l foll ow handbook poli cy
Lunch staff will closely monitor the lunch room ac tivities to ac knowledge students who are demonstrating the
expectations and note which students need more practic e.
      le
Possib Bobcat Ti me Activitie s:
       a.   Students design poster ill ustrating the appropriate expectations
     Students perform a skit whic h demonstrates the appropriate expectations in the lunchroom. The skits will
      be videotaped and used as a training video.
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  McCombs Middle School Teaching
           Schedule
      DATES              6th Discover     6th Explorer        Team 7          Team 8

 Monday         8/30           2                3                4               5

 Tuesday       8/31            6                7                8               9

 Wednesday      9/1            1                2                3               4

 Thursday       9/2            5                6                7               8

 Friday         9/3            9                1                2               3

 Tuesday       9/7             4                5                6               7

 Wednesday      9/8            8                9                1               2

 Thursday       9/9            3                4                5               6

 Friday         9/10           7                8                9               1



Teaching Areas:
1 -- Cafeteria  4 -- Restroom                             7 -- Bus
2 -- Hallway    5 – Auditorium                            8 -- Office
3 -- Outside    6 -- Before/After                         9 -- Rewards
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       Teaching expectations

• Create a plan to teach expectations
  throughout the school.
• Use the language of school-wide
  expectations, for example, “Is it being
  respectful when you are noisy in the
  hall, or is it responsible when you leave
  a mess in the lunchroom?”
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Teaching expectations
                                  • What are some
                                    ways that you can
                                    teach the specific
                                    expectations
                                    around your
                                    school to all
                                    students and
                                    staff?
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       Teaching expectations

• Have students, in groups, rotate to
  designated areas of the school where staff
  demonstrate the positive and negative
  examples of specific expectations in that
  area.
• Use video examples.
• Have students make posters.
• Use an all school assembly.
• Have students generate the matrix.
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       Teaching Expectations

• Have students create skits.
• Have students write letters to their
  parents or articles for the school
  newspaper about expectations.
• Play “Pictionary” with expectations.
• Create student-made books.
• Have students self evaluate….
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                          Team Time

• In your team, discuss how
  you have or plan to teach
  behavioral expectations to
  your students and staff.

				
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