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Question 152.5 / 2.5 pointsRelated consequences must be selected carefully, because they must matter to teachers and:Question options:a) take away a child's dignity so they will learn.b) take the focus off of the problem.c) encourage the child to step away from his or her own needs.d) help the child judge the pros and cons of certain behavior.Question 162.5 / 2.5 pointsMr. Brown would like to not only stop the misbehavior he is seeing in his classroom but also get to the cause as well. He may have to:Question 172.5 / 2.5 pointsA(n) _____________ guidance approach using consequences looks for ways to make things right again.
Question 182.5 / 2.5 pointsTwo second-grade girls are caught throwing wet toilet paper all over the girls' restroom. What is an appropriate related consequence for the girls?Question 192.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich is an appropriate example of a teacher doing to a child what a child has done?Question options:a) The child hits another student, so the teacher hits him.b) The child refuses to help clean up his table when asked, so later when he asks for help cleaning uphis center so he can go to recess, the teacher will not help him.c) The child reaches over and eats another student's cookie, so the teacher eats that child's lunch.d) The child reads a book while the teacher is teaching, so later when the child is trying to ask for help the teacher acts as if she doesn't hear him.Question 202.5 / 2.5 pointsGood __________ consequences don't work if they aren't matched to the needs of the child.
Question 212.5 / 2.5 pointsBrain research shows that fear, anxiety, or ___________ have negative effects on mental growth.