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In the art class, Student A is not interested in participating. He continuously distracts other students, scribbles on his paper without doing his assignment. The teacher first walks to his seat and helps him to focus on his work. She stayed with this group for a couple of minutes more to keep on eyes on him, while assisting other students in this table.
After teacher walks away, student A started to misbehave again. The teacher talks with him that the other students have a right to have a pleasant environment when working, so it is not right and allowed to disturb others. When she is talking, let the student think about his disrupting by himself. If his misbehaving continues, the teacher should talk with him outside of a classroom.
If the student started to participate and managed to follow on his assignment, the teacher can give a compliment for his great work and participation. When giving praise, the teacher should re-connect the misbehaved past situation with the present, so that he can understand his previous attitude was not appropriate. (Dr. Rona Novick, 2011)
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