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What honorific should I use while writing rules for students?

제가 1학년 초등학생들에게 영어를 가르치는데 이 학기 제 교실 벽에 수업 규칙을 게시되고 싶어요. Unfortunately, written Korean when giving rules and such is a little above my level. Should I write the rules politely or as more of a command? I see rules and such posted on the subway, but I haven't studied any of the rules. So far this is what I have, but I am not sure it is correct. Can you help me? Thanks !

1. Show respect to all students and the teacher.
-선생님과 다른 학생들에 경의 표해 주세요.

2. Raise your hand during class.
- 수업 동안 손을 들어 주세요.

3. Finish all class work.
-학습을 마쳐 주세요.

4. During class try your best to speak English only.
-수업 동안 영어를 말만 하려고 노력해 봐 주세요.

5. After class clean everything around you.
-수업 후에 뒷정리를 해 주세요.

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    1. Show respect to all students and the teacher.
    -선생님과 다른 학생들을 존중해주세요.

    2. Raise your hand during class.
    - 발표할 때는 손을 들어주세요.(if you mean "raise your hand when you wanna say something during the class")

    3. Finish all class work.
    - 수업시간내의 과제를 모두 달성해주세요.
    4. During class try your best to speak English only.
    -수업시간 동안에는 영어로만 말하도록 노력해주세요.
    5. After class clean everything around you.
    -수업 후에 뒷정리를 해 주세요.

    There are several kinds of speech styles, but I think "-해요" style would be the best option for you.

    1. 선생님과 다른 학생들을 존중해 주세요.
    2. 수업 시간에 (질문이 있으면) 손을 들어 주세요.
    3. 숙제는 꼭 해야 해요.
    4. 수업시간에는 꼭 영어로만 말해요.
    5. 수업이 끝나면 꼭 주변 청소를 해주세요.


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