Feedback and Praise

Feedback and Praise

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  • Can you please read the word on the board?
  • C A T
  • I don't know.
  • CCCC... AAAA...TTT... CAAAA... TT.. CAT!
  • Yes, I did it!!!
  • You did it! Great job! You pronounced the sound of each letter. Then you put those sounds together and you were able to read the word.
  • C A T
  • Mary will go first today. John, you went first yesterday.
  • NO! AAAGGHH!!! I want to be first! Me! Not Mary!
  • 1. Student gives up quickly when told to read a word. After some encouragement, and some hard effort by the student, she is able to read the word!
  • I am so proud of you John!  You let Mary go first today with no problems at all. John, do you remember how in the past you used to scream and yell? Now, you accept things and just move on.  You are becoming such a mature young man! High five!
  • Thank you teacher.
  • 1. Praise the student on the fact that they did not give up on something that they considered hard. They kept putting effort until they were able to do the task.
  • Class, when the bell rings, I want you all to be seated and with your books out ready to learn.
  • 2. Student has some behavioral issues when things don't go his way. Discuss with the student about better ways to express himself. 
  • Wow, class! Look at Bryan and Jenny. Not only are they sitting down nicely and have taken their books out. But, they also opened their books to the page we are going to work on today. They did this all by themselves!
  • 2. Student learns to accept things more easily. And/or learns to express himself in more acceptable ways.
  • 3. Students are taught the rules, standards and expectations at the beginning of the year. They are told multiple times in order for the ideas to stick in their minds.
  • 3. Compliment students who follow the rules/standards/expectations on their own, without their teacher having to tell them to do the action. Praise them in front of the class, to motivate their classmates to also do these actions in the future, by themselves.
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