69 Behaviour Scripts for Commanding Attention


This resource provides 69 ideas for teachers to help command attention in class. It’s the perfect classroom strategy for managing 4-14-year-old students!

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Date Created: 25th January 2023 SKU: Behaviour-Scripts Category: Tags: , , , , ,

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The research is clear on working memory. To learn, you must be attentive in the moment. This is our conscious, explicit memory at work.

Great teaching requires teachers to command class attention before delivering meaningful instructions or information. If students are having low-level conversations whilst the teacher is talking, they are not conscious in that moment. Put simply, if they are not listening, they are not learning.

I’m a big fan of teachers using scripts to bring lessons to life and methodologies for bringing the class to attention. In this resource, I share some of my rich experiences and resources from 25 years in the classroom; 69 scripting ideas you can use in the classroom.

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