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  • 1. My Most Important Rule I must do as I am told when I am told
  • 2. Is what you are doing helping you?
  • 3. Is this choice going to help you get what you want?
  • 4. You are the boss of you You decide the choices that you make
  • 5. “ I statements” – these are used to avoid confrontation and to provide a win/win situation so that no-one is backed into a corner. “ I would appreciate it if you returned to your seat.” “ If you .............................., then I could .................” it is more of a request and does not sound so demanding and confrontational. “ When you ................... I will.................’” sets up a certain expectation and if repeated enough often, usually leads to the student doing as they have been asked to do.
  • 6. Make a statement – not ask a question! A question of “Would you like to read to me?” can bring about a polite reply of “No” Statement – “Which of these two books are you going to read to me?”
  • 7. Distract and Divert
  • 8. Front Loading In 5 minutes we are going to be packing up.... this is what I would like to see happening

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