Preventing aggressive behavior
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When students are offered simple but meaningful choices in their classroom routine, their behaviors can improve.
You can do a picture, a cartoon, a story or a presentation to show what you have learned.
Break tasks into manageable chunks.
Write a fantasy story.
First write the your name, class and then think of a title for you story. Then we`ll talk about what to do next.
Teach student to take 'calm-down' break.
Perhaps you could take a little break and come back when you are ready?
Examples of choice include permitting students to select who they work with on a project, negotiate when an assignment will be due, and choose what book to read for an assignment.
Scaffold your class.
Students who become angry at peers or who may be set off by large groups may be taught to (1) identify when they are getting too tense, excited, or angry, and (2) take a short break away from the setting or situation until they have calmed down.
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