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Silent Art

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Melissa Chaney (meemo)
Tue, 01 Sep 1998 22:07:42 -0500


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My 7th Graders get very loud at times. I give them 3 chances and then
we have silent art. However I need a consequence for if they speak
during silent art. What do some of you do? I have a safe place desk in
the back of the room and it is often in use. It is difficult to place
five or six kids in the corner to write if they speak. It just seems
silly. This class is a handful because they are so talkative. It's not
like they are doing things which are bad enough to warrant a detention.
Help!

Melissa

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