Students who struggle to maintain appropriate behavior at school often need explicit instruction on how to think before they act. This download includes directions, examples, discussion questions, and 2 charts to teach and model how students can think through a situation to identify choices and make a good decision. This can be used as part of the positive behavior support in your classroom to help students learn to identify thoughts and feelings and make a connection between behavior and consequences.
This download includes:
- 8 discussion questions
-1 chart for teaching and modeling with directions
- 5 examples with script and pictures for teaching and modeling. Examples are for a student who does not want to finish math work, being disruptive during journal time, being too aggressive on the playground, not wanting to write, and not wanting to go to library.
- 1 chart for student use with directions
- 1 example for modeling student chart. Example is for a student not working in math class.