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Part B: Think of a way you can prompt expected behavior at the beginning of each activity, prior to the end of each activity, and before each transition.

Part C: Write out examples of how you will give specific praise and corrective feedback.

HLP 7: Part B and C

Part B

Next, you will need to plan high rate/quality of opportunities to respond (active engagement) for students.

Part C

Prompt Expected Behavior….

Prompt Examples…

…at the beginning of each activity

“While I’m reading, you can be kind by keeping your body calm, voice quiet, tech muted, and eyes on me. “

…prior to end of each activity

“In 1 minute, we’re going to do our next activity. Please be kind to your space by putting your materials away, sanitizing your space, and leaving it better than you found it.”

…before each transition

“Remember, as we walk, we will be kind by keeping our voices quiet and a 6’ bubble of space around our bodies. ”

Prompt Expected Behavior…

Give Specific Feedback…

Praise/Correction Examples:

…for desired behavior (praise)

“Wow. I like how you are being kind by helping you friend with her materials.”

…for undesired behavior (correction)

“I see materials that are not put away. Group 1, please return to your area and show that you can leave the space even better than you found it.”

Consider additional strategies to acknowledge or respond to student behavior

Adapted from Center on PBIS (2020, July). Creating Effective Classroom Environments Plan Template.