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What do you say when--? : best practice language for improving student behavior / Hal Holloman, Peggy H. Yates.

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Author/Creator:
Holloman, Hal.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2010
Imprint:
Larchmont, NY : Eye on Education, c2010.
Format:
  • Book
  • xii, 163 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-163).
Contents:
  • Best practice language : the right words at the right time
  • The BPL framework for improving student behavior in the classroom and beyond
  • What do you say on the first day of school?
  • What do you say to the passively disengaged student?
  • What do you say to the attention seekers?
  • What do you say after an inappropriate outburst?
  • What do you say to prevent feelings of embarrassment and insecurity in the classroom?
  • What do you say to help students develop respect for themselves and others?
  • What do you say to prevent, defuse, and resolve student conflict?
  • What do you say to prevent, address, and eliminate student anger, aggression, and bullying?
  • What do you say to the student who refuses to cooperate and/or challenges you?
  • What do you say to address discipline issues with the whole class?
  • What do you say to encourage and promote a culture of positive student behavior?
  • The power of BPL in the classroom and beyond
  • Mining and refining best practice language in your school.
Contributor:
Yates, Peggy H.
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ISBN:
9781596671478
1596671475

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