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Two children in a second-grade classroom are in a loud, angry dispute over a pencil both want to use. Which one of the following strategies is most likely to help the teacher resolve the problem?

▸ Refrain from any intervention whatsoever, allowing children to construct their own solution. Only if there is violence should there be intervention.

▸ Take the pencil away and separate the two children until they have calmed down. Later, when both are less angry, have a discussion about the problem.

▸ Keep the two children together and offer two clear solutions to the problem. The children must select one of these.

▸ Keep the two children together and ask them questions to help them resolve the problem themselves.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Keep the two children together and ask them questions to help them resolve the problem themselves.
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