Have you a student who ALWAYS wants to be the center of attention? Answer all of the questions? Refuses to share the opportunity to interact? Well, if you know someone like that in your class, this may be just the "TICKET" for you!
Using talking tickets is so easy. You can give that student who cannot stop him/herself from blurting out as many tickets as you want to provide per day. Then, when the student wants to talk, answer questions, etc. S/he gives you a ticket. The ticket serves as a reminder of controlling impulses as well as limiting the number of times s/he is the center of attention.
This technique is not new, but it most certainly works!! I have used it with several attention deficit students, and it is a great reminder and self-control technique.
They can be personalized with the student's name (In case you have more than one student who utilizes them in your class) and have 8 to a page. The download is for 2 pages of eight tickets. (Total of 16)
This is the PDF Version and is less expensive than the Word version that I have available.
This makes a great General Education Intervention (SIT) and helps to provide the documentation that you need to track progress.
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