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Rules

Overview

This lesson explores the purpose and importance of rules and offers suggestions as to how to make and display class ‘Ground Rules’.

Learning activities:

Where did Humpty Dumpty go wrong?
The perfect classroom
A game with no rules
Creating your class rules
Reviewing the rules

"Very good as a quick re visit to making our class rules at the beginning of a new term."

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