I have an interview coming up next week for a midyear opening. I subbed in the class recently and know that they have a LOT of behavior challenges. Talking to the other teachers, I know that a lot of the issues are due simply to being allowed to run wild with no structure to this point in the school year. Because I've seen some of the things that they need to work on, would it be too bold to form an sample plan to deal with the foundational behavior skills they need to work on. This is a class that doesn't know how to walk in the hall, doesn't know how to rotate through centers, struggles to stay in their chairs, struggles with the basic daily routines. I know that it's important that they learn these things in the last three months of school so they're prepared for first grade next year.