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Part 2: Gaining Compliance While Promoting Self-Discipline. Your “ Do Now ” Activity: How would you describe your most-used method for attempting to regain student attention, stop disruption, or gain compliance? - Short, direct commands (Respectful or harsh tone?)
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Your “Do Now” Activity:How would you describe your most-used method for attempting to regain student attention, stop disruption, or gain compliance?
- Short, direct commands (Respectful or harsh tone?)
Questions: “What should you be doing right now?”
Offer acceptable options from which kids can choose
Shame, yell, berate, scream, or threaten
Other (please identify)
Have you found your approach to be effective in:
- Reducing the need to utter them? (Reduced frequency)
- Producing & sustaining more of desired behavior?
- Creating a positive, high-participation learning environment?
Imagine the situation in which these statements were made. Identify the problems implied in the statements. Then “Describe the Problem”.^
better in 3 minutes.”
The knowledge & behavior is in their repertoire.
“Hey Cosmo. COSMO!! Do I have to put up a neon sign to get your attention? What are you doing?(Cosmo looks blankly at the teacher.)Why isn’t there a notebook and pen on your desk? Get your head in the game.(The student gives a shocked look of recognition, smiles meekly, pulls his backpack around to his lap, and searches for the zipper tab while looking over at a kid who just called him “Dork”.)
“I’m not in the mood to write in my log today.”
“Fran, paint dries up unless the cover is put back on the jar.”
“Sushma, alcohol evaporates unless the cap is placed back on the bottle.”
If possible: Say it softly. Keep it private.
The student has to think: “Why is the teacher telling me this informational tidbit? What’s it got to do with me?”
Sharing Our KnowledgeSelect one of two situations about to be shown. Provide the student with information, facts, and/or knowledge related to the offence you noticed.
(although it’s effective with all kids)
(Use the reason(s) that are recurrent for the often-defiant kid.)
(while moving slowly toward the student).
Please wait a few minutes while we address a couple of things.