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Using Effective Communication Skills

Specific, Non-evaluative Feedback

Empathic, Non-evaluative Listening

“I” Messages”

Threats/Choices

Premak Principle or “Grandma’s Rule”


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Using Effective Communication Skills

Specific, Non-evaluative Feedback

Empathic, Non-evaluative Listening

“I” Messages”

Threats/Choices

Premak Principle or “Grandma’s Rule”


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Super job in writing!

You are keeping the letters on the line.

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Specific, Non-evaluative Feedback


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You did a great job at recess time.

You were able to take turns swinging.

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Specific, Non-evaluative Feedback


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Empathic, Non-evaluative Listening

Allows the student to know he/she has been heard

Also called paraphrasing, active listening, or reflecting


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Begin with, “You say that…”

Don’t parrot.

Avoid approval or disapproval.

Look attentive.

Do not add to or subtract from the message.

Try to understand.

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Empathic, Non-evaluative ListeningParaphrasing


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Nancy was hitting me and punching me at recess.

You are saying that during recess Nancy hit and punched you.

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Empathic, Non-evaluative ListeningParaphrasing


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“I Messages”

  • Personal pronoun “I”

  • The feeling the teacher is experiencing

  • The effect the behavior is having on the teacher

  • Purpose: polite request for the student to make a better choice.


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“I Messages”

I am upset when you leave your boots in the middle of the hall because someone may fall on them.

It bothers mewhen you carry the scissors like that because you might hurt yourself.


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If you don’t work on your math now you’ll have to stay in at recess and finish it.

You may finish your math now or you may finish it at recess. It’s your choice.

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Threats/Choices – Jim Fay


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Premak Principle or Grandma’s Rule

  • As soon as you finish your math you may work on the science project.


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