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Published on August 18, 2013

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The Essential 55The Essential 55 Adapted from Ron Clark’s book,Adapted from Ron Clark’s book, The Essential 55The Essential 55, (2003) with, (2003) with permission from the authorpermission from the author

#1 Say “Yes Ma’am” or “No Sir.”#1 Say “Yes Ma’am” or “No Sir.” When responding to any adult,When responding to any adult, you must answer by saying “Yesyou must answer by saying “Yes Ma’am” or “No Sir.” Just noddingMa’am” or “No Sir.” Just nodding your head or saying any otheryour head or saying any other form of yes or no is notform of yes or no is not acceptable.acceptable.

#2 Make Eye Contact#2 Make Eye Contact When someone is speaking, keepWhen someone is speaking, keep your eyes on him or her at allyour eyes on him or her at all times. If someone makes atimes. If someone makes a comment, turn and face thatcomment, turn and face that person.person.

#3 Congratulate Winners#3 Congratulate Winners If someone in the class wins a gameIf someone in the class wins a game or does something well, we willor does something well, we will congratulate that person. Clapscongratulate that person. Claps should be of at least 3 seconds inshould be of at least 3 seconds in length with the full part of both handslength with the full part of both hands meeting in a manner that will give anmeeting in a manner that will give an appropriate clap volume.appropriate clap volume.

#4 Respect Others’#4 Respect Others’ Opinions, Ideas &Opinions, Ideas & CommentsComments During discussions, respect otherDuring discussions, respect other student’s comments, opinions, andstudent’s comments, opinions, and ideas. When possible, makeideas. When possible, make statements like, “I agree with John,statements like, “I agree with John, and I also feel that…” or “I disagreeand I also feel that…” or “I disagree with Sara. She makes a good point,with Sara. She makes a good point, but I feel that…” or “I think Victor madebut I feel that…” or “I think Victor made an excellent observation, and it madean excellent observation, and it made me think…”me think…”

#5 Do Not Brag; Do Not#5 Do Not Brag; Do Not Show AngerShow Anger If you win or do well, do not brag.If you win or do well, do not brag. Do not be angry if you lose. SayDo not be angry if you lose. Say something like, “I really enjoyedsomething like, “I really enjoyed the competition, and look forwardthe competition, and look forward to playing you again,” or “Goodto playing you again,” or “Good game.” Showing anger or sarcasmgame.” Showing anger or sarcasm shows weakness.shows weakness.

#6 Be polite and make#6 Be polite and make conversationconversation If someone asks you a question,If someone asks you a question, you should ask them a question inyou should ask them a question in return. Show that you are asreturn. Show that you are as interested in them as they are tointerested in them as they are to you.you.

#7 Cough, sneeze, or burp with#7 Cough, sneeze, or burp with your head turned awayyour head turned away Cough into your elbow or coverCough into your elbow or cover your mouth with the full part ofyour mouth with the full part of your hand. Then say, “Excuseyour hand. Then say, “Excuse me.”me.”

#8 Do Not Show Disrespect#8 Do Not Show Disrespect Do not smack your lips, tsk, rollDo not smack your lips, tsk, roll your eyes, or show disrespect withyour eyes, or show disrespect with rude gestures.rude gestures.

#9 Always say “Thank you.”#9 Always say “Thank you.” Always say thank you when givenAlways say thank you when given something. If you do not say it withinsomething. If you do not say it within 3 seconds of receiving it, it may be3 seconds of receiving it, it may be taken back. There is no excuse fortaken back. There is no excuse for not showing appreciation.not showing appreciation.

#10 Don’t be insulting#10 Don’t be insulting When you are given something,When you are given something, never insult that person by makingnever insult that person by making negative comments or beingnegative comments or being unappreciative.unappreciative.

#11 Be Nice For No Reason#11 Be Nice For No Reason Surprise others by performingSurprise others by performing random acts of kindness. Try to dorandom acts of kindness. Try to do something nice for someone at leastsomething nice for someone at least once a month.once a month.

#12 Use X for checking work#12 Use X for checking work If you are checking answers onIf you are checking answers on someone else’s paper, you may onlysomeone else’s paper, you may only make an X for a mistake and writemake an X for a mistake and write the number of X’s at the top. Don’tthe number of X’s at the top. Don’t share names.share names.

#13 Read and Follow Along#13 Read and Follow Along When we read together in class, youWhen we read together in class, you must follow along. If you are calledmust follow along. If you are called on to read, you must know exactlyon to read, you must know exactly where we are and begin readingwhere we are and begin reading immediately. Think about whatimmediately. Think about what you’re hearing and some questionsyou’re hearing and some questions you might ask.you might ask.

#14 Answer all questions with a#14 Answer all questions with a complete sentence.complete sentence. If a question asks, “What is theIf a question asks, “What is the capital of Russia?” you shouldcapital of Russia?” you should respond with “The capital of Russiarespond with “The capital of Russia is Moscow.” Do this with written oris Moscow.” Do this with written or spoken questions.spoken questions.

#15 Do your best at all times#15 Do your best at all times Sometimes a reward will be givenSometimes a reward will be given for good work, excellent effort, or afor good work, excellent effort, or a great job, but do not ask for it. Thengreat job, but do not ask for it. Then no one will get one.no one will get one.

#16 Homework Will Be Turned In#16 Homework Will Be Turned In Every Day With No ExceptionsEvery Day With No Exceptions There are consequences for ruleThere are consequences for rule breakers.breakers. Your class will lose its points.Your class will lose its points. You must remind your friends.You must remind your friends.

#17 Transition Swiftly, Quietly,#17 Transition Swiftly, Quietly, and Orderlyand Orderly Change from one thing to another inChange from one thing to another in 10 seconds or less. Finish, clear10 seconds or less. Finish, clear away, and be ready for the next thingaway, and be ready for the next thing quickly. Be Efficient!quickly. Be Efficient!

#18 Be Organized#18 Be Organized You will make every effort to be asYou will make every effort to be as organized as possible.organized as possible. 1.1. Keep a notebook for notes.Keep a notebook for notes. 2.2. Write your homework in yourWrite your homework in your notebook.notebook. 3.3. Put your finished homework in yourPut your finished homework in your folder.folder. 4.4. Save your graded work in yourSave your graded work in your portfolio.portfolio.

#19 No Complaining#19 No Complaining When homework is assigned,When homework is assigned, there is to be no moaning orthere is to be no moaning or complaining. If there is, homeworkcomplaining. If there is, homework will be doubled.will be doubled.

#20 Obey The Same Rules With#20 Obey The Same Rules With A Substitute TeacherA Substitute Teacher Obey the same class rules when yourObey the same class rules when your teacher is out.teacher is out. Maintain order in the classroom.Maintain order in the classroom. If there is bad behavior or choices, theIf there is bad behavior or choices, the consequences will be severe. Funconsequences will be severe. Fun activities will be cancelled.activities will be cancelled. Your teacher and principal areYour teacher and principal are watching you on camera.watching you on camera.

#21 Classroom Protocols#21 Classroom Protocols Do not get out of your seat withoutDo not get out of your seat without permission.permission. Exception: If you are sick, leaveException: If you are sick, leave immediately.immediately. Do Not Speak Unless:Do Not Speak Unless: You raise your hand and are called upon.You raise your hand and are called upon. I ask you a question and you areI ask you a question and you are responding.responding. It is recess or lunch.It is recess or lunch. It is group work.It is group work.

#22 Classroom Protocols Part 2#22 Classroom Protocols Part 2 Wash your hands with soap and dryWash your hands with soap and dry them after using the bathroomthem after using the bathroom.. Sip water during break time. YourSip water during break time. Your brain needs it all day.brain needs it all day. Clean up your own mess.Clean up your own mess. Push your chairs in.Push your chairs in. Take care of your things.Take care of your things.

#23 Learn Your Neighbors’ Names#23 Learn Your Neighbors’ Names Quickly learn the names of otherQuickly learn the names of other teachers and students in your area.teachers and students in your area. Greet them by saying things like,Greet them by saying things like, “Good Morning Mrs. Frazee” or “Good“Good Morning Mrs. Frazee” or “Good afternoon Mr. Johnson” or “That’s aafternoon Mr. Johnson” or “That’s a pretty dress Maria.”pretty dress Maria.”

#23 Learn Your Neighbors’ Names#23 Learn Your Neighbors’ Names Quickly learn the names of otherQuickly learn the names of other teachers and students in your area.teachers and students in your area. Greet them by saying things like,Greet them by saying things like, “Good Morning Mrs. Frazee” or “Good“Good Morning Mrs. Frazee” or “Good afternoon Mr. Johnson” or “That’s aafternoon Mr. Johnson” or “That’s a pretty dress Maria.”pretty dress Maria.”

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