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   - I note the class attendance on the left side of the whiteboard and write a check next to a name when I’ve asked that student a question. This is not dependent on whether they answered correctly. It’s just a tool to help me make sure I interact with each student at least once per lesson.    - I note the class attendance on the left side of the whiteboard and write a check next to a name when I’ve asked that student a question. This is not dependent on whether they answered correctly. It’s just a tool to help me make sure I interact with each student at least once per lesson. 
-  - If the class is getting to rowdy, I simply raise my hand and say “High five please!” and wait for each of them to raise their hand, stop what they’re doing, and look at me. Typically they will remind each other if someone is not paying attention, but I absolutely don’t move on until everyone does it. +  - If the class is getting to rowdy, I raise my hand and say “High five please!” and wait for each of them to raise their hand, stop what they’re doing, and look at me. Typically they will remind each other if someone is not paying attention, but I absolutely don’t move on until everyone does it. 
   - At the top of the board on the right side I keep track of class points. I want to recognize when kids put in effort to memorize, but I am trying to create a culture of teamwork and encouragement, so all points are collectively put toward our goal. Right now that is when we earn 50 points we have a class party the following week. Other than verses the only other thing I give points for is memorizing catechisms.    - At the top of the board on the right side I keep track of class points. I want to recognize when kids put in effort to memorize, but I am trying to create a culture of teamwork and encouragement, so all points are collectively put toward our goal. Right now that is when we earn 50 points we have a class party the following week. Other than verses the only other thing I give points for is memorizing catechisms. 
   - I allow and encourage doodling in notes as long as it is not disruptive. It helps get nervous energy out and some of the students can focus more easily while they draw.   - I allow and encourage doodling in notes as long as it is not disruptive. It helps get nervous energy out and some of the students can focus more easily while they draw.
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