What is an appropriate related consequence for a child who hits another child

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16.)What is an appropriate related consequence for a child who hits another child? 17.)When Billy accidentally trips Jenny on the playground, Jenny skins her knee. Mrs. Kelly sends Billy to help Jenny clean up her knee. Mrs. Kelly is giving Billy a __________ consequence. 18.)Which of these is an appropriate example of a teacher doing to a child what a child has done? 19.)Yesterday Joey pitched a fit and broke his crayons. Today he is crying because his crayons are broke. He tells his teacher that he will never break his crayons again when he is mad because he doesn’t like coloring with broken crayons. This example describes a child learning from: 20.)A teacher who comments on a student’s artwork by saying, “Good work!” is using praise. Which statement below would be a more useful encouragement from the teacher? 21.)After Dan drops a glass, his mother calls him “clumsy” while she is cleaning the broken glass from the floor. Dan’s mother is damaging his self-esteem by using __________ punishment. 22.)All adults are sometimes pushed beyond their limits. Adults who feel angry may find themselves punishing a child’s behavior instead of: 23.)Behavior modification is based primarily on the research of: 24.)Dustin uses the potty when his mom or teacher bribes him with M&M’s. Dustin is ______________ motivated to become potty trained.
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25.)Harsh punishments are harmful to children. Freedom without limits or responsibility is: 26.)Ms. Wiggs’ kindergarten class rushes to clean up the room after playtime. They know that if Ms. Wiggs sees them cleaning, she will give good cleaners a sticker. Ms. Wiggs’ kindergartners are cleaning because of __________ motivation. 27.)One school-wide strategy to eliminate corporal punishment is to: 28.)Points, tokens, marbles, and stickers are all examples of __________ rewards. 29.)Positive “I messages” are a form of: 30.)Praise does not convey unconditional love. Instead, it can make children feel:
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