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Motivation Techniques: 1d. Job Jar

What about irregular jobs that don’t fit into the typical day’s routine? You can institute the old “job jar” concept. Write the tasks to be done on little slips of paper and put them in a container. Each person draws … Continue reading

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Motivation Techniques: 1c. Circular Charts

We use a circular chart for kitchen duties at mealtime. An arrow indicator is fastened to the center of a paper plate with a brad and the indicator is moved around the plate to denote various jobs. Depending on the … Continue reading

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Motivation Techniques: 1b. Pocket Charts

A pocket chart, with job cards that slip in and out, can be constructed with envelopes or library pockets. The jobs to be done are inserted in the top pocket. As the jobs are completed, the card is transferred to … Continue reading

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Motivation Techniques: 1a. Assignment Charts

Assignment charts set up the job requirements and may have a schedule for their completion. By looking at the chart, the child knows what to do and perhaps when it should be done. These charts are as unique as the … Continue reading

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Motivation Techniques: 1. Use charts

Charts are a great way to reduce nagging. They are agreed upon, unemotional, and nonnegotiable. They can even allow the child to exercise some independence in looking at the chart, then choosing which task to do first or when to … Continue reading

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Broken Iran nuclear deal likely to affect Iranian Christians – Mission Network News

Quotes: Broken Iran nuclear deal likely to affect Iranian Christians – Mission Network News “We have seen repeatedly in the past that whenever international sanctions are put on Iran, the Iranian government usually turns up the heat on its minority … Continue reading

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Motivation Techniques: 1. Use charts

Charts are a great way to reduce nagging. They are agreed upon, unemotional, and nonnegotiable. They can even allow the child to exercise some independence in looking at the chart, then choosing which task to do first or when to … Continue reading

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