Develop a list of classroom routines. Generally, routines refer to things you do when meeting with students each class period. Your classroom routines will include these things. This list will be a list of ten to fifteen things (ideas, really) that you think would work in your classroom and with your content area. But also include things that you might want to do during each unit or chapter of study. These would more properly fall into a methods course, and I do teach this particular method in my history methods course. But because it is an important component of classroom management, I am including it here as well. So, for example, when I taught high school history each of my units routinely included the exact same elements. Each unit included a film or documentary, a project, a student presentation, a food and culture day, a test, a lecture, in-class student discussions and exercises, and a game day. Again, these are not technically routines, so I want you to think of routines as both *classroom* routines and as *instructional* routine of methods. Þ Classroom Routines: Develop a list of ten to fifteen classroom routines that you think will work in your content area, with your personality. Keep each of these to only one sentence, if possible. Explain how each of these routines will help with classroom management. Þ Your list of routines should be based on research and reading. Be sure to use and cite credible sources. Þ Classroom Design: Discuss how classroom design and layout is important. Write out what your objectives for students are (to be engaged, physical distance from the teacher, etc.) and then design a classroom layout that helps achieve this. This is a bit like being an interior designer, so be creative with layout and with decorations. Explain what your layout would be and include a classroom map as a visual. You can hand draw this if you like, then take a picture of it and upload the picture.