Daily Classroom Behavior Chart



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Antecedent/Activity  Start of class/bell-ringer activities  Large-group lecture  Large group teacher-led discussion  Large-group: when called on by the teacher  Student work-pairs  Student groups: cooperative learning  Reading activities  Writing activities  Math activities  Independent seat work  Independent computer work  Transitions between academic activities  Homework collection  In-class homework review  Tests and/or quizzes  Class dismissal  Other: Classroom Behavior Chart: Middle High School Classrooms Student Behavior Consequence/ Outcome  Sits inactive  Puts head on desk  Is inattentive (e.g., staring into space, looking out the window)  Leaves seat without permission  Requests bathroom or water breaks  Uses cell phone, music player, or other digital device against class rules     Whispers/talks/mutters to self Makes loud or distracting noises Calls out with non-instructional comments Calls out with instructionally relevant comments  Plays with/taps objects  Throws objects  Destroys work materials or instructional materials (e.g., ripping up a worksheet, breaking a pencil)  Whispers/talks to other students about noninstructional topics  Whispers/talks to other students about instructional/academic topics: e.g., seeking answers or help with directions  Makes verbal threats toward peers  Uses inappropriate language (e.g., obscenities) with peers  Taunts/teases/makes fun of peers  Makes comments to encourage or egg on other students to misbehave  Fails to begin in-class assignments (verbal refusal) — Student fails to complete work..




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