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1.You want children to walk in the hallway.If they begin to run,the best thing to say to redirect them is:a."Stop running" b."Walk in the hallway" c."Running is for outside" d."We don't run"

  • Education -

    Your school subject is Education, not college.

    Only one of those choices tell the children what you want them to do. Those are the words you should use.

    What do you think?

  • college -

    B."Walk in the hallway"

  • college -

    Right. When possible, tell the students what you WANT them to do, not what you DON'T want them to do. Be positive.

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