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W
G
reet
S
tudents
Shake
Name
Ask
Hide
Offer
Present
Video
Give
Welcome
Sing/ Rap
Notes
Talk
Write
Scrabble
Listen
Games
Present
Paint
Distribute
Compliment
Inquire
Shake hands with students as they enter the classroom.
Use the student's name when you greet him or her.
Ask how their day is going.
Hide something in the room and give students a hint as they enter the classroom.
Offer students a drink. Keep a pitcher of water and cups on hand.
Present the student with a part of a problem to solve.
Set up a video camera in the room. Have students videoblog about their day as they enter the classroom.
Give each student a piece of a picture. Once they get into the classroom they must put the pieces together.
Be at the door early enough to greet the students.
Start a song and have the student add a verse as they enter.
Pass a note to the student encouraging him or her.
Take time to talk to the student.
Set up a canvas, paint, and brushes. Have each student add to the painting as they enter the class.
Place a cookie sheet with magnet words near the door. Ask students to add a word to the sentence.
Place a life-size Scrabble game at the entry of the classroom. Ask students to add a word for points.
Listen to the student. What are their needs today?
Set up games around the room for early arrivers or early finishers.
Present the student with a get-out-of-an-assignment pass. The pass is nontransferable and can be lost.
Distribute random objects for a later object lesson. Call on the student with the object to help in the lesson.
Compliment the students on something important to them.
Inquire about the students' favorite ice cream flavor, birthday, holiday...
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
Quiz
Play
Shower
Discuss
Connect
Dream
Quiz them on the facts of last night's TV shows.
Play the if-you-were- an-animal-what-would- you-be game. Ask them to tell you what animal you would be and why.
Shower them with praises.
Discuss the latest news.
Ask them a question about the current lesson and their life. Get them to connect to the lesson.
Inspire them to dream. Take a new step each day.
By: Mia MacMeekin
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
How do you greet your students?
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