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The Bad Behavior
Updated: 4/4/2019
The Bad Behavior
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By Alisia Rivera

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  • Mr. Rodriguez, a teacher, calls Mrs. Heather to a parent conference at a nearby bakery.
  • Hello Mrs. Heather, I called you here to talk about your son, Alex's, performance in school.
  • Really? My son? What are some things that he has done?
  • I wanted to tell you that he has been having a lot of behavior problems and has not been showing much kindness and respect to his classmates.
  • I'm so sorry that that has been happening. I think I might have a few ideas.
  • Well, he has been hitting some of the other students when he gets very angry. But I was hoping that we could talk about some ways for this to end
  • After talking about a few ways that they could help Alex, Mrs. Heather and the teacher felt that they could help Alex be a better student.
  • I think so too. Thank you very much for looking out for my son. I appreciate it a lot.
  • Thanks for joining me today, Mrs. Heather. I think that with each other's help, we can ensure that Alex will get passed his behavior issues.
  • The next day, at Alex's school, the teacher gave Alex a book to teach him about behavior.
  • Ok.
  • Hello, Alex. I wanted to talk to you about your bad behavior in class. Here, read this book.
  • After the teacher left Alex to read his book, Alex finally felt that he should become a better person.
  • It was very interesting. The book has really inspired me to be nicer. Thanks.
  • Hey, Alex.What do you think about the book? I got it especially for you.
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