From what I understand most inclusion classes are co-taught, correct? Atleast that's how it is at my school. Do you know who you will be teaching with? Is it a special education teacher?
I am a middle school math teacher. For the past two years I've had a couple inclusions each year. They end up being my favorite classes.
*Get to know the person you will be teaching with. Discuss discipline and how you run your classroom.
*Sometimes that other teacher can feel out of place in your classroom. Offer lessons for them to help teach or things to review.
*Make sure your students view that other teacher as a teacher as well. Sometimes my kids would ask me for help or permission to do something and totally bypass the other teacher. Make sure they know his or her place from the get-go.
Hope I answered your question!
Good luck this year!