Specific feedback and praise
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Acknowledgement at Assembly
Jeff, Mr. Bee told me you have been a great role model in P.E. class. Congrats and keep up the good work.
Praise for modeling correct behavior.
I hope Mrs. C notices that I'm ready to learn.
Class, have a look at Lily. She has followed instructions beautifully and is ready to begin. Thank you, Lily.
Giving stickers to acknowledge improvement.
If you have a sticker on your test, it's not because you got a perfect score, it's because you did better than last week.
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Jeff is receiving an acknowledgement from the school principal at the monthly elementary school assembly for being a good role model and team player in P.E. class. Acknowledgements are given to students who stand out in some positive way for their admirable behavior or efforts.
Mrs. C praises Lily for following instructions promptly, thereby giving the other students a signal that they are not doing what they are supposed to be doing.
Mrs. C gives stickers out not for "intelligence", per se, but rather for personal improvement.
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