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Leigh, you have done great work here. Everything that I asked you to include has been included. Your brushwork has greatly improved and your painting is more presentable than ever! Great work! You should hang this on your wall and be proud.
Hi Alex. I just wanted to let you know that I have graded yesterday's vocabulary test, and you received a perfect score! Great job! This is a huge improvement over the last tests and I want you to know I can see how hard you are working now, and I really appreciate the effort! Keep it up!
Class, this week you have all done a superb job of setting up and cleaning up your materials and work stations. Because of your efforts, we have finished our unit 1 day early! So as a reward, today will be a free choice day! Let's do this every week!
Since I will be teaching middle school, praising a student in front of the class might embarrass the student or cause her to be teased. A private discussion will get my point across anyway, and the student will be more accepting of the praise.
Again, private is better. Sometimes a struggling student hides his struggles and acts as if he doesn't care, in order to look 'cool' to his friends. By catching him before school starts, I can give him positive feedback in private. In addition, after the feedback, it is possible that he comes to class that day even more eager to learn, knowing he is doing well.
Set-up and clean up can take up a lot of time in an art class. Positive feedback needs to be given when the students have mastered these daily routines in order to let them know how important they are, and how much time is saved when they do them efficiently.
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