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How do motivate a lazy child?

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cluelessinstyle Sat 10-Sep-16 09:14:29

Just that. A middle ability child who just will not work.
I am a ta with only 2 years experience and have been put with an nqt this year. She is lovely, but has been a bit rabbit in the headlights this week (we have some challenging children in the class who are testing bounderies).

I'm trying to take some of the load from her and want to try and get this perfectly capable child to start working. No special needs. Any tips from wiser teachers to help the child achieve their potential, and to stop staring into the room.

Thanks

cluelessinstyle Sat 10-Sep-16 09:15:26

I have to go and do family taxi service all morning, but will be back to any advice. Thanks

TheTroubleWithAngels Sat 10-Sep-16 10:18:18

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user1471734618 Sat 10-Sep-16 10:19:56

BoundAries

cluelessinstyle Sat 10-Sep-16 12:49:35

I'm back. My nqt is lovely, it's good to hear she should be a rabbit at the moe. It's hard to jolly The child along when you have others who are emotionally unstable and making a bolt for the door. We've been reminding the child all week to work. Working at playtime doesn't seem to work either, he still doesn't finish.

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