Series of Graduated Action
By jlamant, Updated
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Ms. Sprig noticed Susie out of her seat during a math lesson, talking to another student. Ms. Sprig decided to use graduated action so that way she can continue her lesson with the rest of the class who are actively listening. To start this process, Ms. Sprig made eye contact with the girls to see if that would motivate them to stop talking and for Susie to return to her respected seat.
Ms. Sprig noticed that the girls continued to talk regardless of her non-verbal response; therefore, Ms. Sprig decided to walk towards the girls to motivate them to participate in the lesson.
Luckily, Susie got the hint and returned to her seat. The situation was mollified without Ms. Sprig having to interrupt the class. If Susie did not return to her seat, Ms. Sprig would have had to make the decision to speak to Susie privately or publicly, which would have disrupted her teaching time.
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