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Social Contract

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Sarah Allen

on 24 August 2016

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Transcript of Social Contract

Social Contract
What is a Social Contract?
Agreement among all that addresses behavior and involvement beyond Mrs. Allen's classroom rules.
Why do we need a Social Contract?
How do you create the contract?
Must Include:
No Put-Downs
Verbal
Nonverbal
Not being attentive (head down, etc.)
Need to use Good Listening Skills
Talking while someone else has permission to talk

Effort:
You must agree to give your best effort everyday.
Must Include
Confidentiality within the class

Achieving Your Goal
Each person needs 1 Paper Clip & a Piece of Yarn that is 10 inches in length.
Answer....
1. How do you want to be treated by Mrs. Allen?
2. How do you want to be treated by others?
3. How do you think Mrs. Allen wants to be treated?
4. How do you treat each other in a conflict?
Developing the Contract
Each family will designate the following jobs to a member.
Facilitator: Make sure everyone is participating.
Secretary: Write down the final contract.
Parliamentarian: Keep everyone on task.
Reporter: Report family contract to class.

Put-Downs & Put-Ups
Include 3 “Signs or Ways” to Self-Manage
How to appropriately correct someone next to you
How to appropriately bring attention to someone breaking the contract across the room.
How to appropriately respond to put-downs
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