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Scenario 1 by Mind Map: Scenario 1
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Scenario 1

Main Points


low self-confidence, knew that he would fail


puts in effort

easily distracted, watched TV, imagined playing

under pressure

retaliated when provoked


low self-worth

Bee Chu

belittles Andy

proud, intelligence makes her feel superior

teacher's pet

verbally abuses Andy

Ms Wong

practices favouritism, only praises Bee Chu

does not practise what she preaches

uses punishments as solutions, throws book at Andy, Andy to stay back for recess

does not believe all students can learn

verbally & physically 'abusive'

does not promote class spirit



did not respect Andy, insists Andy join for soccer

not supportive

bad influence

questions Andy's learning





should, seek help, put continued effort

shouldn't, look down on himself, let himself be provoked

Bee Chu

should, respect others, help out friends in need

should not, criticize others

Ms Wong

should, be more aware of class behaviour, go for classroom mgt courses, create a wholesome learning environment, have faith in all her students

should not, promote violence, behavioural, verbal, practice favouritism


Should, encourage Andy, motivation

Should Not, stop Andy from studying, encourage Andy for soccer

Andy's Family

No evidence of support

unaware of Andy's difficulties

Statement of Facts

Ms Wong threw book to Andy

Andy drag himself to Science class

"The Shut Up" issue

"Play soccer now, study later."

"Read textbook" rule

mockings from Bee Chu

Ms Wong expected Andy to fail

class not united

one disgruntled clap

Prior Knowledge

Classroom Mgt

Buddy System, Higher Ability + Lower Ability

Discipline, "1 Silence Clap" Rule, "1 at a time" rule, only one person allowed to talk at a time

last to leave class

Fairness = Investigation + Consequences


High Ability, use as an example, 'buddy' to the lower ability, encourage them to help others, give more challenging activities

Low Ability, motivation helps, Extrinsic, Rewards/Tokens of Appreciation for the effort made by the pupil, Intrinsic, Praises/encouragement

Disability/Special Needs, Patience & Repetition