Cues to Teach a Child to Express Angry Feelings. It is okay to be mad. Anger is an appropriate feeling to have when others hurt you. Angry feelings are part of being a human being. bBe firm, fair, and friendly to speak to your “mads”.
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Helper words or internal tapes helps the child remember ways to handle tricky situations. The research shows what Chinese educators have known all along: kids’ memory improves when they talk out loud to themselves. The child’s verbalization of a positive phrase to remind himself how to act helps him store this information the brain.
Group responses, chants, and repeating the positive phrases many times daily out loud will help children to internalize concepts that emphasize self esteem building. The trick to working yourself out of a job as the intervener of bad behaviour is encouraging the children to remind themselves what they can do to care of themselves during conflict. Help children learn to se these and other Helper Word statements.