4. Teaching Expected Behaviors

Component Purpose: 

Students must be directly taught expected behaviors. SW-PBS teams develop systems to effectively and  efficiently teach students these behaviors.

The resources on this page are intended to supplement MO SW-PBS regional Tier 1 training. 

Component  Outcomes: 

  • Understand and explain how teaching social behavioral skills is synonymous with teaching academic skills. 
  • Develop, with staff, lesson plans to teach your schoolwide expectations and non-classroom specific behaviors and procedures.
  • Develop a plan for teaching expectations across schoolwide, non-classroom and classroom settings.
  • Use informal teaching strategies that incorporate monitoring, pre-correction, and re-teaching.
  • Consider how to gain commitment from all stakeholders on teaching social behavioral skills.

Workbook Chapter

Tier 1 Workbook Ch. 4: Teaching Expected Behavior

Resources

T1 Ch. 4_Teaching Schedule (2016)

Sample Lessons: Following Directions

T1 Ch. 4_Sample Preschool Lesson_Following Directions (2016)
T1 Ch. 4_Sample Elementary Lesson_Following Directions (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Sample Middle School Lesson_Following Directions (initial) (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Sample Middle School Lesson_Following Directions (maintenance) (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Sample High School Lesson_Following Directions (initial) (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Sample High School Lesson_Following Directions (maintenance) (2016)

Sample Lessons: Cafeteria Procedures

T1 Ch. 4_Sample Elementary Cafeteria Procedures Lesson Plan (2016)
T1 Ch. 4_Sample Secondary Cafeteria Procedure Lesson Plan (initial) (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Sample Secondary Cafeteria Procedure Lesson Plan (maintenance) (2016)

Lesson Plan Templates

T1 Ch. 4_Blank Acquisition Lesson Plan Template (2016)

T1 Ch. 4_Blank Maintenance “Booster” Lesson Plan Template (2016)

T1 Ch. 4 Secondary Booster

 

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