early childhood literacy

WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING IS PROBABLY THE LEAST EFFECTIVE APPROACH ABOUT DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR?
a. Ms. Avery wrote a note to the mothe and sent it home with him asking her to call when it was convenient.
b. Ms Avery phoned his mother and asked her if she could speak with her one afternoon thet week
c. Ms Avery asked him to tell his mother that she wanted to speak with her tomorrow afternoon
d. Ms Avery met his mother at the car when she picked up him and asked her is she could meet tomorrow at 3:00p.m.

asked by Xaxa
  1. Which of these do you think is the most effective and courteous? I will be glad to discuss your answer with you.

    posted by GuruBlue
  2. I would think "c"....how realistic is it that a boy would go home and tell his mother that he;d been a bad boy that day.

    posted by jules
  3. Oh...I thought the question is "least effective".

    posted by jules

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