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the best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to (a(reassure the student about positive behavior (b)punish students for antisocial behavior (c)use external rewards (d) model good social skills

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    I see two equally effective strategies. Check your text to see which one it believes is best.

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    i see a and d

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    I agree -- a and d.

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    my answer is a

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    OK.

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