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In which circumstance would a natural consequence be the best?Question options:mbed very high in a tree.ward a ball that has rolled into the street.t to bring his jacket out for recess.t like storytime at the library so she is always late getitng there.Two second-grade girls are caught throwing wet toilet paper allover the girls' restroom. What is an appropriate related consequence for the girls?Question options:pend the next day at in-school-suspension.pend outside playtime writing an apology letter to the janitor.pend the day cleaning restrooms with the janitor.ave a teacher escort them to the restroom for one week.Piaget used the term __________ to mean consequences.Question options:
Which of these is an appropriateexample of a teacher doing to a child what a child has done?Question options:another student, so the teacher hits him.es to help clean up his table when asked by the teacher, so <br /> later whenhelp cleaning up his center so that he can go to <br /> recess the teacher will not hes over and eats another student's cookie, so the teacher <br /> eatsunch.ading a book when the teacher is teaching, so later when <br /> the child is for help the teacher acts as if she doesn't <br /> hear him.Reed knocked over Blake's block tower. The next day, Blake knocked over Reed's block tower. Their teacher didn't intervene because she believes in __________ as a type of consequence.Question options:__________ banishes the child from all activities and all of the children in the group.
Question options:Which is NOT a result of punishment?Question options:ationshipsectWhen Jane reads a book because she thinks the book is interesting and fun to read, she is reading because of __________ motivation.Question options:Because older children are better at delaying gratification, __________ usually work well for them.Question options:
ardsaboveEvery day this week Chase had thrown temper tantrums and dumped the crayon buckets. The teacher Ms. Young made Chase put the crayons away but he still dumped them all again the next day. Ms. Young began to realize that Chase seemed to enjoy the time that Ms. Young spent trying to calm him down. The next day when he dumped the crayons again and was beginning to get angry, Ms. Young asked all of the other children to join her in the large group area for a game. Quickly, Chase cleaned up the crayons and joined the group. This is an example of:Question options:forcement.forcement.dification.