Give Problem Students Frequent Positive Attention
By michaelali, Updated
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I don't want to talk to anyone! Leave me alone!
Johnny, I completely understand how you are feeling right now. Can we talk about it?
Good morning Johnny. How are you today?
I know that and I don't really care. I want everyone to listen to stop hurting my feelings.
I'm your best friend Johnny. I'm here for you.
Johnny, you know that you're one of the greatest athletes in this school and that we all count on you for the coming track meet. Right?
You see Johnny. Everyone likes and respects you.
All this is true. I'm doing good at school.
And Mr Wolf says that you were terrific in his math class.
You've shown a lot of improvement in my French class and you had a good grade on your last assignment.
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