Social Studies (2010) - Grade(s): K
Engage in conversations about home, school, and community rules and procedures and why they are important.
- The classroom has rules that, when followed, help everyone learn.
- Following the rules and respecting others should result in positive benefits.
- The difference between a rule and a procedure.
- Vocabulary: rule, procedure, order, security, safety, consequence, construct
Students are able to:
- Perform classroom and school procedures as prompted by the teacher.
- Recite the classroom rules and the consequences of breaking a particular rule.
- Participate in the creation of classroom rules.
- Participates in the discussion of community rules and laws.
Students understand that:
- Rules exist in the classroom as well as the school, home, and the community.
- Rules are necessary for people to live and work together.
- There are consequences to breaking the rules.
- Procedures are guides that show us how to do things in the most effective way.
- Procedures are used often, sometimes daily, in the school, class, home and community in order to be efficient and to know what is expected of them.