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Q; the best strategy for encouraging social competence with a group of school-age children is to A. reassure the students about positiv behavior B.punish students for antisocial behavior C. use external rewards D.modeling good social skills

To me D make sense,but also can be C???
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    A and D seem good; D is probably best.

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