Classroom Conflict

Classroom Conflict

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  • The Scene
  • Ok everybody, let's get our Math notebooks and do the 4 boxes on page 39 please.
  • Oh, Sandy looks excited. Look at Alan go! Hmmm, is Justin going to work well?
  • The Conflict Begins
  • When is recess? Can I go to the bathroom? What's Alan doing?
  • The Prevention
  • Hey Justin, how's it going?
  • At the end of a mini-lesson, Mrs. Pollock tells the students it's time to transition. The students gather their materials and move to their tables at her cue.
  • The Intervention
  • That's ok, Justin. Are you feeling a little confused?
  • Oh, ok. That happens to me, too. Since we just talked about that as a class, maybe another student can help you. Do you see someone who you think can help you?
  • Most of the class is getting down to business. Mrs. Pollock pays careful attention to the students, especially to Justin who can be a trouble-maker.
  • The Action Plan
  • Mrs. Pollock walks closer to Justin and speaks directly with him.
  • Denouement
  • Oh, ok I can do that.
  • See, you just do this first.
  • Great work, ladies and gentlemen. Remember to ask 3 before me!
  • I don't like this activity.
  • Mrs. Pollock addresses Justin's emotional needs first.
  • I don't understand how to do the first one.
  • Because students often learn best from each other, Mrs. Pollock suggests that Justin find a partner to work with.
  • Justin, I can help you!
  • Justin discusses the problem with Sandy and finds out that it's really easy to do. He and Sandy work together and Mrs. Pollock continues roaming the classroom to see if there are any other problems.
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