This graphic organizer is designed to be used with students, preservice teachers, and for professional development (teachers and paraprofessionals). Students can use this chart to learn about or plan for potential consequences for their behaviors. Preservice teachers and professional development attendees can use this to learn about and plan for potential behaviors in their classrooms.
Be sure to consider using positive actions and behaviors as well!
This sheet can be enlarged at a local printing company or education agency to be used as an anchor chart and teaching demonstration. Consider also enlarging this sheet via a classroom projection system.
Use different colors for different rows and columns to support differentiation and retention of material.
This chart can be used as part of the IEP process. Consider working together with parents and other stakeholders to complete this chart for a particular student.
This chart can be part of a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP). A student may be asked to complete this chart as part of a de-escalation and resolution process. Be sure to keep records of these forms by using duplicate/triplicate paper or carbon sheets.
Use this sheet to teach the distinguishing factors of logical consequences and natural consequences.