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I teach students how to read in small group settings. I also teach students with behavioral and emotional needs. Many times they need an adult to listen to them. It is during these meetings that I will offer them a snack. This is especially helpful if a student has lost control of their emotions in the classroom and now may feel ashamed for their outburst. Offering a snack can be not only a distraction to their anger but also a way to say, "you're okay, and we still value you."

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I teach students how to read in small group settings. I also teach students with behavioral and emotional needs. Many times they need an adult to listen to them. It is during these meetings that I will offer them a snack. This is especially helpful if a student has lost control of their emotions in the classroom and now may feel ashamed for their outburst. Offering a snack can be not only a distraction to their anger but also a way to say, "you're okay, and we still value you."

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