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Developing Guidance Skills

Chapter 14

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Warning

1. When children fail to follow a classroom

rule

, you must remind them that they are misbehaving and their behavior will have a

consequence

.

2. Warn only

once

– use a firm tone of voice.

3. If the child chooses to continue the

misbehavior

, proceed with a consequence such as a time-out.

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Redirecting

1. Redirecting means to diverts a child’s

attention

in a different direction.

2. Use

distraction

to redirect a child.

3. The key to redirecting is to offer an

appealing substitute

(something you know the child likes).

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Prompting / Suggesting

1. Children often need

p

rompting

to stop an unacceptable behavior or to start an acceptable behavior.

2. Prompting can also prepare children for

transitions

.

3.

Suggesting means placing

thoughts

for

consideration

in a child’s mind such as making

suggestions

during Free Play

.

4. Prompting is different from suggesting because prompting

requires a response

from the child (either verbal or physical).

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Encouraging

1. Encouraging helps children to

believe

in themselves.

2. This technique recognizes both

accomplishments

and small

improvements

.

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Ignoring

1. Do not encourage

inappropriate

behavior.

2.

Avoid

giving a child attention if inappropriate behavior is not dangerous, harmful or distracting from the group.

3. Once the child models acceptable behavior,

praise

him or her.

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Modeling

1. Children learn by

observing

others.

2. Modeling includes

physical and verbal

actions.

3.

Between 70%-90% of what we

communicate

we do without words through subtle, nonverbal gestures.

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Two Types of Consequences

Natural Consequence

Artificial/Logical Consequence

Definition: When a child makes a choice to continue an inappropriate behavior, something natural will occur as a result.Examples: Child refuses to eat breakfast=child is hungry. Child refuses to wear coat=child is cold and misses recess.Methods: Use empathy when child receives natural consequence. Allow consequence to happen if it is not harmful to the child.

Definition: A consequence set up by the caregiver after one warning is given for misbehavior – must be age-appropriate.

Examples: Time-out, grounding, extra chores, or loss of privileges.

Methods: Avoid getting angry or sarcastic. Be consistent by enforcing consequence with every misbehavior or inappropriate choice.

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