All of the following are steps to reflective listening EXCEPT Question options

All of the following are steps to reflective

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Question 4 5 / 5 points All of the following are steps to reflective listening EXCEPT: Question options:a) waiting to find out what the child is thinking.b) restating what you heard in your own words.c) validating the child's concerns.d) rushing to pass judgement and lecturing. Question 55 / 5 pointsWhen someone criticizes and lectures you, it is called sending a "put down message." This type of approach often causes a child to: Question 65 / 5 pointsChildren often have unpleasant emotions such as disappointment, jealousy, or sadness. It is important for teachers to help children learn from these emotions by:
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Question 7 5 / 5 points Teachers can model responsibility by: Question 8 5 / 5 points "I messages" are effective because they: Question options:a) never criticize or blame someone.b) take less time than a lecture.c) completely solve all conflicts.d) teach children to obey adults.
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