Affective Statements enable us us separate the deed from the doer. They encourage us to be genuine and real with a child. When addressing a student's behavior, the more specific and emotive you can be the better. We can use affective statements with positive and negative behavior .
This activity takes you step-by-step on how to identify, change and create typical classroom statements to affective statements. This activity can be used with adults and children.
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