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Library and Computer Lab Expectations

Sleepy Eye PBIS Lesson Plan


Responsible Everywhere                   Respect Everyone                  Respond Safely Every time


Area: Library/Computer Lab


Materials Needed: Intro video


Time Allotted: 10-15 minutes


Review Expectations

Responsible Everywhere

Respect Everyone

Respond Safely Every time

  • ·         Stay on task
  • ·         Use appropriate materials
  • ·         Follow adult directions
  • ·         Voice Level 0-1
  • ·         Do your best at all times
  • ·         Keep area clean
  • ·         Walk


Objective: Students will use the library and computer labs appropriately


Discuss and Model Positive Examples:

  • ·         Watch Library/Computer video clip
  • ·         Display, read, and model library/computer lab expectations listed above


Discuss Solutions to Problem Areas:

  • ·         Have students restate the expectations that would address the following problem areas:
    • o   Destroying property
    • o   Being disrespectful (not listening, not raising hands, talking back)
    • o   Bothering other students—distracting other learners
    • o   Messy area
    • o   Misuse of classroom materials (headphones, keyboards, books, library sticks)
    • o   Being in the library when it is closed



Practice the Positive Behaviors/ Check for Understanding:

  • ·         (optional) Select a small group of students to role play the specific positive behavior examples or a take a mini-quiz
  • ·         For the next 5 days, teacher should monitor library/computer lab behavior and increase distribution of positive behavior tickets to students who are practicing positive behavior