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Detention Tasks to Improve Behaviour
Does what it says on the tin. I run a small group of persistent lateness and these resources really help get my point across.
Excellent resources that can be applied to all levels
Useful and accessible resources for all abilities.
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Used 4 different task on the day of receiving, can we have some more please!!?
Chalkface does a pack of photocopiable sheets covering being rude to staff, bullying, etc etc that might be what you are looking for. I read some good reports on them.
angry jedi in TES Staffroom
<P>I've started using a resource from www.chalkface.com called "Detention Tasks to Improve Behaviour" - quite expensive but I feel it will pay for itself if it works as well as it has done. <P>Basically it's a book of worksheets related to every common misdemeanour in school you can think of, with proper "teacher notes" and everything. Most of them are pretty self-contained and easy for the kids to work on. I had my first group of detainees using them last night and they said it did get them thinking, and sure enough, they sat in silence while they were completing the sheet. Basically it gets them to think about what they've done and leads them to the realisation that what they're doing is affecting other people adversely too. <P>I think it's a really good idea - to "teach" them to behave. Plus it saves messing up my classroom just for kids in detention to tidy up :)
HezWad, posting in TES Staffroom
There are some good cartoons and kids always look taken aback when given a specific task to do on arrival at a DT for behaviour, they have to reflect on the situation (pick one close to their own) answer questions and then I post it home to mum or dad to review! [It] makes them think twice next time!!! when they get caught out for forging someones signature on the dt slip!!!