PBIS Lessons

 

South Middle School 

H.E.R.D. 

PBIS Lesson Plan 

Nurse's Office/ Main Office 

 

Student Expectations: 

HELPFUL 

  • Be truthful and clearly communicate all needed information to the nurse or office staff. 

  • Listen and follow instructions that are given by the nurse or office staff. 

 

ENGAGED 

  • Come directly to the nurse or office when necessary. Don't waste time in the halls. 

  • Go directly back to class when you are finished in the nurse's office or main office. 

 

RESPECTFUL 

  • Use good manners such as "May I call my mom" instead of "I need to call my mom." 

  • Use words such as "please" and "thank you" when speaking to the nurse or office staff. 

  • Respect the privacy of others and wait on the bench if the nurse has another student in her office.  

 

DRIVEN 

  • Come to the office or nurse in a timely manner, don't wait until the last minute to find out important information such as bus numbers.  

 

Procedures: 

"Talk Phase"  

  1. Review the Nurse's Office/ Main Office expectations above.  

  1. Ask the students if there are specific Nurse's Office/ Main Office expectations that should be added to the H.E.R.D.  

  1. Allow the students to discuss why each expectation listed above is important. For example, students could discuss what would happen if they did not respect someone's privacy and just barged into the nurse's office when a student was there.  

"Show Phase"  

  1. Show the "what not to do" video featuring teachers who are behaving badly in the nurse's office/ main office. 

  1. Show the "what to do" video featuring South students. 

 

Positive Reinforcement: 

Students will receive points when they display appropriate behaviors in the nurse's office and main office.  

 

Corrective Consequences: 

Students will be given verbal or nonverbal reminders and the correct procedures for visiting the nurse or office will be reviewed.   

Students will be sent back to class when they have not received teacher permission to be in the main office or nurse's office.  

 

March 27th

Please review the following video to prepare students for our first PBIS Assembly on Wednesday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymR1HhQg9m8&rel=0

Discuss any questions the students have about the assembly.



February 20th
SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL
                          H.E.R.D
                   PBIS Lesson Plan
                  ASSEMBLY/GYM
Teachers: Please teach Gym and Assembly Lesson in one lesson.

Student Expectations:  ASSEMBLY
HELPFUL
Do not speak when others are speaking 
Pick up any trash
ENGAGED
Pay attention to speakers
Participate when asked
RESPECTFUL
Keep your hands to yourself
DRIVEN
Get to your area as soon as possible

Student Expectations:  GYM
HELPFUL
Help others who do not understand the activity
ENGAGED
Listen to either physical education teacher
RESPECTFUL
Follow all directions from adults
DRIVEN
Use materials and equipment safely

Procedures:  
Assembly “Talk Phase” 
Review the Assembly/Gym Expectations listed above.
Conduct the following scenarios and discussion questions.
The student sitting next to you starts to boo, laugh at an inappropriate time, or talks to you. What would you do? How should the other student be acting? 
You are really bored at the assembly. How can you show respect to the presenter(s)? What strategies can you use to help you stay focused? 
Additional scenarios specific to your classroom and student(s) needs.

Gym “Do Phase”
Conduct a 2-3 person role play with classroom volunteers.
Ask the students to demonstrate appropriate use of materials, use of “please” and “thank-you”,  taking turns, and helpful behavior for the following activity.  

Today’s lesson is archery and students must display appropriate use of materials that the teacher just demonstrated, help a student who is having difficulty, and encourage others.  
Look for the following appropriate responses.
Not acting silly, roughhousing, or ignoring the teacher
Use encouraging comments
Appropriate use of equipment (not pointing the bow at another student)

Positive Reinforcement:
Students will be awarded for display of appropriate behavioral Expectations intermittently.
At the start of PBIS implementation, it is recommended that students be rewarded very often.  On a normal basis, research states that positive reinforcement should occur 5 times for every 1 correction or consequence.  However, students will not be awarded for every single display of appropriate behavior.
Students may be awarded QR points when a staff member observes display of behavioral Expectations.  A QR code will be scanned by teachers to accumulate HERD points.  
Electronic points will be accumulated by the student.
The student will have many opportunities to “cash-in” the points for school rewards.  

Corrective Consequences
If an inappropriate GYM/ASSEMBLY behavior is observed….
Give a verbal or nonverbal reminder.  Restate the desired Expectation.
Give an opportunity to make the correct choice.
Have the student model the appropriate behavior.
Assign lunch detention if the student refuses to comply with the previous steps and/or is a repeat offender. 









SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL H.E.R.D 

PBIS Lesson Plan 

CAFETERIA
Student Expectations: 

HELPFUL :  Clean up any messes made 
Keep a low tone of voice 


ENGAGED
  Listen to all announcements 
Walk during all transitions  


RESPECTFUL
   Keep your hands on your own lunch tray/ bag 
Say “please” and “thank-you” to cafeteria staff 


DRIVEN
  Offer to help others in need 
Use this time to go to the restroom 

 
 

Procedures:   

“Talk Phase” 

Review the Cafeteria Expectations listed above. 
Ask the students if there are any other specific Cafeteria Expectations that should be added to the HERD 
Allow students to discuss why each Expectation is necessary. For instance, touching others’ food is not sanitary and it could be considered stealing.   


“Show Phase”
 

Show the South Middle PBIS Cafeteria video and allow for discussion.
video: bad cafeteria http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CojwxXqWgiQ
More bad behavior http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umZw0xscDQA
video: good cafeteria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4HXOWl9vBM


“Do Phase”
 
Take the class to the cafeteria for role play scenarios.  Divide the class into 4 groups and assign each group a letter from the HERD.  They must choose one Expectation from their assigned letter and act out the appropriate display of behavior.   

 
 

Positive Reinforcement: 

  1. Students will be awarded for display of appropriate behavioral Expectations intermittently. 

  1. At the start of PBIS implementation, it is recommended that students be rewarded very often.  On a normal basis, research states that positive reinforcement should occur 5 times for every 1 correction or consequence.  However, students will not be awarded for every single display of appropriate behavior. 

  1. Students may be awarded QR points when a staff member observes display of behavioral Expectations.  A QR code will be scanned by teachers to accumulate HERD points.   

  1. Electronic points will be accumulated by the student. 

  1. The student will have many opportunities to “cash-in” the points for school rewards.   

 
 

Corrective Consequences 

If an inappropriate Hallway behavior is observed…. 

  1. Give a verbal or nonverbal reminder.  Restate the desired Expectation. 

  1. Give an opportunity to make the correct choice. 

  1. Have the student model the appropriate behavior. 

  1. Assign lunch detention if the student refuses to comply with the previous steps and/or is a repeat offender.  

 
Reteach Lesson #1 

Once PBIS has been in operation for a while, the appropriate student Expectations that have been taught and reinforced may begin to recede over time.  Once these Expectations are identified, the staff will be able to determine which behaviors need retaught and in what manner.  The PBIS committee can assist in researching methods for reteaching.   

Reteach Lesson #2 

It may be helpful to reteach HERD during the course of the school year.  A logical break in the calendar should be at second semester start.  Planning for next school year, the staff and PBIS committee can discuss when it would be appropriate for all students to receive the HERD reteach.   











SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL
                          H.E.R.D
                  PBIS Lesson Plan
                      LOCKER AREAS
Student Expectations:

HELPFUL
Maintain clean hallways
Keep lockers organized 

ENGAGED
Quickly use locker time
Remember to get all needed materials 

RESPECTFUL
Keep your hands to yourself and only touch your property
Do not keep perishable items in lockers 

DRIVEN
Get in and out of lockers so others can use theirs
Help others who are struggling

Procedures:  

“Talk Phase”
Review the Locker Area Expectations listed above.

Allow students to discuss why each Expectation is necessary. 

Talk about what students can be doing while they are waiting for others to use their lockers.  

“Show Phase”

Show the South Middle PBIS Locker Areas video and allow for discussion.

Bad Locker Behavior Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIBA9VLF4bs

Good Locker Behavior Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ko-f-jxPdHM


Create a chart on the whiteboard for the students to identify appropriate and inappropriate Locker behaviors that may not be listed.

“Do Phase”
Take students to locker areas to model and practice retrieving materials quickly and quietly.

Positive Reinforcement:

Students will be awarded for the display of appropriate behavioral Expectations intermittently.

At the start of PBIS implementation, it is recommended that students be rewarded very often.  On a normal basis, research states that positive reinforcement should occur 5 times for every 1 correction or consequence.  However, students will not be awarded for every single display of appropriate behavior.

Students may be awarded QR points when a staff member observes display of behavioral Expectations.  A QR code will be scanned by teachers to accumulate HERD points.  
Electronic points will be accumulated by the student.
The student will have many opportunities to “cash-in” the points for school rewards.  

Corrective Consequences

If an inappropriate Hallway behavior is observed….
Give a verbal or nonverbal reminder.  Restate the desired Expectation.
Give an opportunity to make the correct choice.
Have the student model the appropriate behavior.
Assign lunch detention if the student refuses to comply with the previous steps and/or is a repeat offender. 

Reteach Lesson #1

Once PBIS has been in operation for a while, the appropriate student Expectations that have been taught and reinforced may begin to recede over time.  Once these Expectations are identified, the staff will be able to determine which behaviors need retaught and in what manner.  The PBIS committee can assist in researching methods for reteaching.  

Reteach Lesson #2

It may be helpful to reteach HERD during the course of the school year.  A logical break in the calendar should be at second semester start.  Planning for next school year, the staff and PBIS committee can discuss when it would be appropriate for all students to receive the HERD reteach.  

South Middle School

 

PBIS Lesson Plan HALLWAY

Student Expectations:

HELPFUL

  • Pick up trash on floors

  • Ask others if they need assistance carrying items

ENGAGED

  • Walk on the right side of the hallway

RESPECTFUL

  • Keep a low tone of voice

  • Say “Hello” to others often

  • Follow all adult requests or directions

DRIVEN

  • Walk with a purpose on the right side of the hallway

  • Get to class on time

  • Be excited about the next period


Procedures:  

“Talk Phase”

  1. Review the Hallway Expectations listed above.

  2. Allow students to discuss why each Expectation is necessary.

“Show Phase”

  1. Show the South Middle PBIS Hallway video and allow for discussion.

  2. Bad hallway behavior video: https://live.myvrspot.com/folder?v=fZjNlODVjM2JlOWE3YjY3NDc5NDE1YmE1MzA5NjQ1ZTI

  3. Good behavior video: https://live.myvrspot.com/folder?v=fZjNlODVjM2JlOWE3YjY3NDc5NDE1YmE1MzA5NjQ1ZTI

  4. Create a chart on the whiteboard for the students to identify appropriate and inappropriate Hallway behaviors. 

“Do Phase”

  1. Physically practice and model hallway Expectations.  This includes the ramps, steps, and locker bays.  Make two lines of students walking in opposite directions demonstrating the HERD.  The students can role play all Hallway Expectations and the teacher can practice scanning HERD points for some students.  


Positive Reinforcement:

  1. Students will be awarded for display of appropriate behavioral Expectations intermittently.

  2. Notify students that they will not be awarded for every single display of appropriate behavior.

  3. Students may be awarded QR points when a staff member observes display of behavioral Expectations.  A QR code will be scanned by teachers to accumulate HERD points.  

  4. Electronic points will be accumulated by the student.

  5. The student will have many opportunities to “cash-in” the points for school rewards.  


Corrective Consequences

If an inappropriate Hallway behavior is observed….

  1. Give a verbal or nonverbal reminder.  Restate the desired Expectation.

  2. Give an opportunity to make the correct choice.

  3. Have the student model the appropriate behavior.

  4. Assign lunch detention if the student refuses to comply with the previous steps and/or is a repeat offender.