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PBIS - Asking Permission and Accepting "No" for an Answer

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Matt McIntosh

on 3 March 2014

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Transcript of PBIS - Asking Permission and Accepting "No" for an Answer

POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION & SUPPORT ASKING PERMISSION &
ACCEPTING "NO" FOR AN ANSWER Asking Permission Watch the following video and discuss the differences between the words "can", "could", "may", and "do you mind" when asking for permission: Stop video at 2:22 Asking Permission Discussion: Which way would you ask permission when dealing with teachers? Your parents? Friends? Explain. Look at the person Say "okay" Calmly ask for a reason
if you really don't
understand If you disagree, bring it up
later (privately). Don't argue. Accepting "No" for an Answer Accepting "No" for an Answer You will be told "no" many times in your life. Getting angry and upset only leads to more problems. If you are able to appropriately accept "no" for an answer, people might be more likely to say "yes" to your requests in the future.
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