Teachers are preparing to greet a whole new group of students, and kids are gearing up to meet new classmates. Students of any age can be nervous on their first day of school, and icebreakers are a great way to help even older kids get to know each other and feel more comfortable at the beginning of a new school year. Below are five of our favorite back-to-school icebreakers and get-to-know-you activities for high school students. Want more icebreakers for students of all ages?
Pick line Leader 2: Have them turn to page one and tell them they will need to write the date and time on every journal page. Walk around to help and check. They may then read a book silently. Then check your tubby for any notes or papers to put in your take home folder.
Students put their chairs up and join you by the job chart. Book Bug - makes sure that the books are nice and neat in the reading center at the end of the day. Pencil person - collects pencils and puts them in the sharpen jar. Board Cleaner- moves all the stars to the absent side and wipes the boards clean with the eraser.
Now we will add up points and see which group won today and will get a star on their chart.
The star monitor will give those people a star. The rest of you will go quietly to your desks and hand the pencil person your pencil. The board cleaner, book bug and neat nut may do their jobs. Everyone else sits behind their desks until I dismiss groups to the bus.
Tell them to find their desk. Unload their bag and then hang up their coat and bag in the cubbies. After announcements the office helper will need to take the lunch money down. You get to do your center when you finish your AM jobs. Today you have two jobs.
When you finish those you may go to your center. You will see a dot on your table. Put your finger on your dot. Students what color dot they have. We have six centers. If you have a purple dot you will be at the listening center.
Raise you hand if you have a purple dot. What do purple dots do today? Show each center and expectations: After you finish your jobs for the day, you will need to pick up your center folder. All your center work goes into this folder.An HTML Lesson Plan For High School Teachers Lesson Plans for High School Science / By Winston Smith / High School Lesson Plans & Tips This lesson plan is designed as an introduction to this fundamental piece of Internet technology.
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