Speech-Language Rules
In the speech-language room we have a list of six rules. These rules are listed in written form with accompanying pictures. They are posted in my room. These basic rules are always reviewed at the start of the school year, when a new student joins a speech-language group, and when students are having a difficult time following the rules. When a student does follow the rules and finishes speech-language work tasks to the best of his/her ability, she/he receives a stamp for the day. When students earn 10 stamps over a period of time, they have an opportunity to choose a small prize from my prize box. The rules are listed below:

1. Listen to the teacher.
2. Listen to your friends.
3. Keep your hands to yourself.
4. Sit in your seat.
5. Use a quiet voice. (no yelling)
6. Keep hands out of your mouth.