To start with this topic, I have to say that my tutor has several routines that students follow very well because they are children from 6th year of primary and they have old enough to do, although my tutor also teaches 3rd, 4th and 5th and also have some of the same routines that older students and children are able to perform them well.
One of the routines is the greeting. As my mentor is a teacher of English, she teaches children different ways of greeting in English, when she comes to class asks a question and answer students cordially. It’s a good way to practice the greeting in English and not always say: “Hello, how are you? I’m fine, thanks “.
Other of the routines she has is how children should go to the bathroom; it should always be at the top of the class and thus won’t interrupt during class. They also have to ask in English, they have to know how to do it and not always ask the same way. For example if a child wants to go to drink water, have to say if I could go to drink water.
The last of the routines is to collect when the class of artistic ends, just five minutes before class so they can clean the tables if they have been spotted, etc.