Specific Feedback and Praise
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Thank you to the students who are sitting quietly and being good listeners for the story! Naya and Bella, could you please join us and show me how to be good listeners too.
Thank you! Everyone looks ready to listen and learn, let's continue with our story.
The teacher is reading the story of The Hungry Caterpillar to her Early Years class. Two students, Naya and Bella, are talking and not listening to the story.
The teacher pauses from the story and loudly thanks all the students who are being good listeners, while looking at Naya and Bella. The teacher's louder tone of voice and eye contact makes the two girls look up and notice their behaviour.
Nice job waiting your turn patiently girls and using soap when washing your hands.
Through specific positive reinforcement the teacher was able to point out misbehaviour, and get her students to think about the proper way to behave during story time and model it effectively. Specific language is used to engage students, praise those who are behaving well, and get Naya and Bella back on track.
The students are washing their hands before snack time.
The teacher praises the students for standing nicely and washing their hands correctly. Feedback is specific and reinforces the student's positive behaviour, encouraging them to continue to do a good job while learning how to effectively transition between class and snack time.
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