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Posted on October 8, 2018 3:27 am
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uryden
uryden
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Difficult Behavior
I have two students 8th grade who are inseparable, and all they do is talk while I am teaching. One student cares what I think about him and wants to succeed in school (student A), but the other student does not care to listen to the direction at all (student B). I sat these students at other ends of the classroom, but they always seem to find their way back to each other and start talking again. I told student A to get up and move if student B comes to sit with him in class, this seems to work but this has started to make Student B even more difficult in my classroom. Student B is becoming more upset with me and is starting to act out in class even more since he can not talk to his friend. What else can I do to keep these students motivated in my class?
 
     
     
 
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Posted Today 3:34 am

yHuDeV
yHuDeV
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I would try to talk to student B on a more personal level instead of disciplining them maybe just talk to them and explain how it hurting their future and other students around them by not learning the content.
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