I have finally decided to attempt a classroom theme next year and I have decided to do Hollywood. I need some help, though. 1. I need to come up with a list of classroom jobs that fit with the theme. I want to call it "Cast List" and then I'll have the jobs listed, with the students name beside it. For example: Usher (line leader) .................................... Nichole What are some names that fit with the Hollywood theme and normal classroom jobs? 2. I wanted to call my student-of-the-week bulletin board, "Live from the Red Carpet … an interview with ___________” and then have them answer questions. What type of questions would you ask? I want them to be interesting and more than "What is your favorite ___________________?" 3. My classroom expectations are going to be called, "Quiet on the set!" and my students will earn tickets for good behavior. I'm just not sure what prize should correlate with each amount of tickets? Do you have any ideas? I will be teaching either 4th/5th grade, so the prizes have to be suitable for that age group. I know that I want one to be a No Homework coupon and another to be a pencil, but I'm at a loss with the other ones. 5 Tickets = Extra 10 Tickets = Producer 20 Tickets = Director 30 Tickets = Best Supporting Actor/Actress 40 Tickets = Best Actor/Actress 50 Tickets = Academy Award Winner 4. I will also have my Essential Rules that go along with Ron Clark's, "The Essential 55" but I have no idea what to name them to fit into the theme. Any ideas? 5. What can I call my Workshop Way board? This is where my students go if they finish an assignment early and need something else to do. I was trying to think of what actors/actresses do when they have downtime on a movie set, but didn't have much luck. I was thinking, "In my trailer ..." but didn't really like the sound of that. Thanks for all your help!