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                                             Shoemaker Elementary School 

                       TALID Behavior Program

 

Examples of appropriate behaviors that will result in earning points for the current time period are listed below.

Task

Returned daily TALID sheet

Return completed homework

Be prepared-supplies (pencil, books, paper)

Work quietly

Raise your hand for help and answering questions

Complete all assigned class work

Participate in group activities and discussions

Area

Raise hand and receive permission to get out of seat

Touch only your possession/property

Transition directly to and from assigned area when outside of the classroom

Body Control-stay within personal space

Language

Use a kind and quiet voice

Use kind actions toward others

Answer when asked a question

Use proper form of address to adults (i.e. Mr., Mrs., Ms., Miss, and Dr.)

Use polite words

Speak truthfully

 Interaction

Be helpful and share when appropriate

Keep hands to yourself

Help others stay on task

Ignore off task and rude behaviors

Avoid rude noises, comments, gestures, threats and unkind remarks

Avoid arguments

 Directions

Follow directions given by teachers and instructional assistants

Put name and date on all papers

Read all directions before starting assignments

Pay attention to directives

Examples of inappropriate behaviors that will result in not earning a point for the current time period are listed below.

 Task

Not prepared for class

Not participating in activity/group discussion

Not completing assignment

Refusing to work

Not focusing on instruction given

Preoccupied with surroundings

 Area

Leaves approved area without permission

Possessions and supplies not put away

Inappropriate use of clothing (shoes off, arms not in sleeves and covering head with shirt)

Negative transitions (stamping feet, kicking walls)

Uncontrollable body movements

 Language

Vulgar language (out loud, mumbled or implied)

Obscene gestures

Disruptive noises, gestures, negative facial expression

Name calling

Disrespecting others differences

 Interaction

Threats

Arguing disparaging remarks

Encouraging others inappropriateness

Taking of others property

Physical aggression

Rude/disrespectful comments

Inappropriate comments to teachers and classmates

 Directions

Non-compliance to directions

This behavior management system is based on earning points to progress up the ladder of success.  Students are motivated to move up the ladder to earn school store and high levels.

 

Each student will have a daily TALID sheet where points are earned twice a period for the following behaviors:

 

Task- Student will remain on task by completing assignments and participating in group activities.

 

Area- Student and their possessions will remain in assigned areas.

 

Language- Students will use appropriate language and gestures.

 

Interactions- Students will treat others with respect at all times.

 

Directions- Students will follow staff directions at all times.

 

Points will be added up at the end of the day and an overall percentage will be given for the student’s behaviors.  At the end of the day, students earning their daily goal will move up a level on the success ladder.

 Work Units

The students will also earn “work units” in which they will use to spend at the school store.  These work units are an assessment of the student’s effort in the given class work.  The students will be assessed using a 3, 2, 1, 0 program.

 

3- The student will earn 3 points if they completed all of their given work and participated in class and/or group work.

 

2- The student will earn 2 points if they completed most but not all of their given work and participated in class and/or group work.

 

1-The student will earn 1 point if they completed part but not all of their given work and participated in class and/or group work and did not put forth effort.

 

0- The student will earn a 0 if they did not complete any work for the period and they did not participate in class or group work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The East Penn School District is an equal opportunity education institution and will not discriminate in its educational programs, activities or employment practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, ancestry, disability, union membership or other legally protected classification. Announcement of the policy is in accordance with state and federal laws, including Title VI, Title IX, Section 504 and Americans with Disabilities Act. Copyright 2009 East Penn School District.
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