Preventing disruptive behaviour
By reneeamir, Updated
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Mr Y is observing his students doing their Math worksheet.
Dee looks like she's getting agitated and flustered.
This is so hard! Math is stupid!
She's becoming more frustrated. I need to keep my cool.
Mr Y approaches Dee, taking a non-confrontational stance when talking to her. He leans back and his arms are lowered.
Urgh! I'm getting angry!
Are you okay Dee? Do you need some help?
He keeps his tone neutral and asks Dee questions to understand and help her.
This question is very hard and I don't know how to to do it.
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