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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. Take photo of your group members acting out that situation. Next write the judgements that might occur in this situation. Next describe the observations: only what could be directly seen and heard in this situation. 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.