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Lesson Plans


Re: Supplies

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ttipton.tz
Fri, 4 Jan 1980 05:15:46 +0300


One system I use when supplies are going is to give every student a
number. I then number all my supplies - boxes of oil pastels;
scissors, pencils, etc. with a permanent marker. The students take
their number when supplies are passed out and are responsible for
returning it at the end of class. You count supplies at the end of
class and if something's missing, you know who was responsible for
it. if it's "gone missing" as they say here, and the student is
responsible, I ask them to replace it. After the first time this
happened and the student was asked to replace it in front of her
peers, it hasn't happened again.

Teresa Tipton

Tue, 3 Feb 1998 14:12:37 -0500
To: artsednet.edu
From: dxl181 (Debra Loewentritt)
Subject: Re: Supplies

One way to help keep track of your pencils and erasers is to have each child
give you his/her jacket or watch (or some item that they have with them) in
exchange for the pencil or eraser. Then, you will return the student's
personal item when the (s)he returns yours.

Debi