Teaching Resource

Choice A or B? – Template

PDF, Word | 6 pages|Grades: 1 - 6

A template that helps provide students with clearly defined options.

Use this Choice A or B? template with students who like to be provided with clear options.

Choice A outlines a scenario where both the student and teacher are happy. Choice B outlines a scenario where the student and teacher are not happy.

If the student feels like choosing Choice B, provide steps they can take to move towards choosing Choice A.

The template page can be placed in a write and wipe sleeve or recurring scenarios can be written on the Choice/Help cards and placed on the template using Velcro dots.

Use the editable Microsoft Word versions to adjust the wording of the template if necessary.

This behaviour management resource can be used in conjunction with our Chill Out Passes.

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