Dishing out consequences to disruptive behavior middle/high school Hey Everyone! I've gotten really great advice here in the past, so I was hoping to get suggestions for this. I'm a new sub, and I'm trying to come up with consequences to disruptive, negative behavior in the class in the middle or high school classroom. This is what I've come up with so far if a student is misbehaving: - start the class off with telling them your expectations - if the class is not listening either tell them you'll wait, don't raise your voice have them come to you. - If a student or students are talking then say "I need everyones attention up here." - If students continue to be disruptive/disrespectful (talking, cursing at the teacher, refusing to comply) tell them that they have the choice of doing their work or getting a note written to their teacher that they are refusing to cooperate. - If student continues to misbehave tell them that you will write a referral. I was hoping to come up with more consequences aside from the main 2 or writing the teacher a note or a referral. If possible, I'd like to avoid the referral since administrators look at the number that teachers have. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to dish out consequences for a student or for a class in order to get them to behave? Or does anyone have an idea of certain privileges to reward students with or take away if neccessay??