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Greg Feezell

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Observations and Judgments

In your group, you will choose a situation might potentially lead to judgments. photo Take photo of your group members acting out that situation. label Next write the judgements that might occur in this situation. label Next describe the observations: only what could be directly seen and heard in this situation. check Add to Seesaw

7th Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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Observations: information that we can see or hear directly (Example: Your backpack is on the floor.) Judgments: stories or interpretations about what we observe (Example: You're so messy.) This lesson is based on Nonviolent Communication and the work of Marshall Rosenberg.