Differences Between Children And Young People And Adults

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There are a variety of ways to deal with disagreements between children, young people and adults. These are some examples; 2 children have a disagreement at playtime and start to pull each others ' coat hoods, I would explain to them that this could result in them hurting the other person or they could damage the coat. That the behaviour must stop and if it happens again there is a consequence. 2 young people were having a heated debate. I would isolate them and give them time to calm down, and then discuss quietly with each child and attempt to resolve the dispute. If a Teacher has driven into another Teacher 's car in the car park and the other Teacher is extremely angry. The Teachers should resolve the issue quietly and out of sight of the children. 2 children are squabbling over a book in the book corner. I would ask them to share or talk together to decide who should have the first turn. If they 're unwilling to cooperate then the book needs to be put away. Three teenage boys are running around at break time. They are all laughing together, but their play is becoming very rough/ slightly agressive. I would ask the boys to stop and would explain to them that they need to calm down / attempt to engage them in more constructive play e.g a game of basketball. By mistake another TA has taken down a display I had put up a few days earlier; they had been told to take down the display next to it. I would go and speak to the TA/Teacher to see what is left of my display and
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