WebCT Payne Lecture 3

WebCT Payne Lecture 3 - Ruby Payne Lecture 3 Chapters 7 - 9...

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Ruby Payne – Lecture 3 Chapters 7 - 9
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Discipline The two anchors of any effective discipline program that move students to self- governance are structure and choice . The program must clearly delineate the expected behaviors and the probable consequences of not choosing these behaviors. Each choice comes with consequences.
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Behavior and Poverty Laugh when disciplined Argue loudly with the teacher Angry response Inappropriate or vulgar comments Physically fight Hands always on someone else Cannot follow directions
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Behavior and Poverty Complete only part of a task Extremely disorganized Disrespectful to the teacher Talk incessantly Harm other students verbally or physically Cheat or steal
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The Child Voice The Child Voice is defensive, victimized, emotional, whining, losing attitude, strongly negative, non-verbal. The Child Voice is also playful, spontaneous, curious, etc.
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The Parent Voice The Parent Voice is authoritative, directive,
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course TEFB 273 taught by Professor Koebernick during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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WebCT Payne Lecture 3 - Ruby Payne Lecture 3 Chapters 7 - 9...

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