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What! I don't want to!
(TEACHER APPROACHING) Tom, you seem angry. Take a seat and tell me why you are upset.
(THROWS BOOKS) He is stupid!
We take turns, and you will work with Jason next week. Now, pick up your books. Remember what you said to Tom, I think it would be a good choice to talk to him about it.
I don't want to work with him. I want to work with Jason.
I'm sorry I called you stupid. I was mad.
It's okay. Alright, you read number one...
Students begin group work as a team
The teacher was able to de-escalate the situation by getting on the students level, and approaching in a calm and direct manner. The student was able to move on and successfully complete the lesson.
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