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1. After watching the posted videos, prepare for a fictional meeting to discuss the behavior problems of a fictional student. Consider the grade level, gender and behavior issues of the student and develop a sequential, numbered list of sample dialogue and questions that you would prepare for a parent-teacher meeting with this student's family member(s). Include the following components in your list (70 pts.):
Begin with a positive introductory statement about the student.
Ask questions to familiarize yourself with anything new going on in the child's home life.
Write the dialogue that you would use to describe what is happening in the classroom.
Describe an action plan for how you will address the behavior(s) in the classroom.
Describe an action plan for how the parent can address the behavior(s) at home and support what your in-class action plan.
3. Describe potential positive and negative responses you may receive from your fictional parent and how you would address the negative responses
video is les than 10 minutes:
Example of that paper:
Good morning Mrs. Burdynski, I am glad I am meeting with you today. I know you don't leave the house much, but I thought I'd meet with you anyways. I wanted to meet with you in regards to your son Isaias's behavior.
Isaias is a pleasurable student when it comes to interacting with students in class, but he has serious trouble completing his homework on time and getting good grades on tests. He also doesn't pay attention very well. We have tried to redirect him to his work, but all he wants to do is sit around and socialize at lunch and not take the opportunites presented to him to study.
I wanted to ask you if there is a reason why Isaias hasn't been doing his work? Is it something going on at home, Mrs. Burdynski?
I will definitely try to help him in the classroom: I am going to redirect him to do his homework and study for tests by creating things that interest him incorporated into the work and developing an evidence-based practice that will help him in the long run. I think you, as a parent, should help him with his homework or studying as well as it will be beneficial to him in the long run.
We can set up an appointment with the principal or guidance counselor if you want to pursue this any further.
I want to thank you for meeting with me, I know Isaias's progress is important to you, and you can call or come into my office at any time for assistance.
Positive: I am definitely willing to help him study at home. Me and my husband work 7 days a week, but we will try to incorporate a day into the schedule.
Negative: Why is it a problem that he likes to socialize? It may help him with his social skills in the future, and maybe the work isn't being explained clearly enough.
1. After watching the posted videos, prepare for a fictional meeting to discuss the behavior problems of a fictional student. Consider the grade level, gender and behavior issues of the student and develop a sequential, numbered list of sample dialogue and questions that you would prepare for a parent-teacher meeting with this student's family member(s).