How to Handle Students Who Lie and Deny

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This storyboard is based on tips from https://www.smartclassroommanagement.com/2014/11/22/how-to-handle-students-who-lie-and-deny/

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  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • Boker tov, friends! Who is ready to start our morning meeting?
  • We are, Morah Becca!
  • Move OVER, Kyle!!!
  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • What in the world is Lillian thinking?! I just SAW that!
  • OUCH, LILLIAN!!
  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • Lillian, I just saw you hit your friend Kyle and that is unacceptable. You broke rule #1 of our class rules.
  • I'm VERY sad with your choice. Per our class rules, you will miss 5 minutes of playground time today.
  • A teacher is leading her morning meeting when suddenly...
  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • Kyle probably doesn't feel safe sitting next to you anymore, Lillian. How can you help him?
  • She spots Lillian hit Kyle! And Lillian is known to stretch the truth. What should the teacher do?
  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • Now, back to our morning meeting. Where were we?
  • You should only approach a student to give a consequence when you KNOW THE TRUTH.
  • Our Class Rules: 1. NO hitting
  • That's right, thank you, Liam. Good morning, class!
  • With the truth on your side, there is no reason for debate.
  • I'm sorry, Kyle. I won't do it again. Next time I will use my words. Please move over.
  • OK, I will scoot over. And, I forgive you.
  • After delivering your consequence, turn and walk away. Nothing else needs to be said, and waiting for a response is an invitation to argue.
  • The only thing left for them to do is take responsibility.
  • We were just saying good morning to each other!
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