Check B2: Routines Why are routines important for pupils?*Select the correct answer(s) Routines create a positive and motivating classroom climate. Routines create a predictable learning environment. Unpredictable routines keep pupils on their toes and ready to learn. Pupils only need routines for arrival to and dismissal from class. What impact do teacher high expectations have on pupil behaviour?*Select the correct answer(s) Pupil behaviour improves in the classroom. Pupil behaviour improves beyond the classroom. Teacher expectations have limited impact on pupil behaviour. High expectations support positive behaviour for pupils with special educational needs. High expectations support positive behaviour for younger pupils. How do teachers convey their expectations?*Select the correct answer(s) Teachers do not need to convey their expectations. Teachers should only convey their expectations at the beginning of the year. Ensure they are covered in a few clear steps. Frame them positively by saying what teachers want rather than what they don’t want. Teacher should model routines, with pupils rehearsing them. How can teachers turn expectations into routines?*Select the correct answer(s) Revise routines – say them again to make them memorable and important. Repractise – repeat routines with pupils to help make them automatic and effortless. Briefly and clearly state expectations at the start of the year. Reinforce – praise and sanction in line with routines. Making a public example by sanctioning pupils not following a routine.