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It seems this technique has not much space with the general style of praise in Arabic poetry.
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Much of the research on the use of behavioral consultation to increase teacher use of praise has occurred within the context of the classroom.
The self-evaluation tool used by the teachers required them to count their praise statements in the video episode.
I've been hooked on praise since my mother first told me that the earrings I made for her out of tiny seashells and screw-backs from the hobby shop were as beautiful as anything in her jewelry box.
So, if you teach your retriever a separate release command and he learns that command alone releases him from any previous instructions, you can praise and pet him lavishly with no risk of losing control.
Praise for intelligence can undermine children's motivation and performance.
"I cannot praise the children, staff and parents enough for all their hard work, dedication and commitment to the school.
Children who are talented in a specific area have parents who encourage them and praise them for that specific talent, she says.
When we praise a child, they are no longer interested in doing it for themselves.
The cleric said Christians must always praise and thank God and added that 'you should glorify God in your gratitude because the quickest access to God is through the key of gratitude.'
An accomplished gospel singer, Hairston is the leader, chief songwriter and director of Youthful Praise (affectionately known as YP), a Billboard chart-topping national choir.
'The praise of China has no bearing on Cambodia's economy, especially for the textile and garment sector.
HAVE you ever wanted to take part in the BBC's Songs of Praise? If so, here's your chance, as it will be coming to Bangor this March.
One of the studies' four co-authors (both studies have the same four authors) Kang Lee, who is a professor at the University of Toronto, said in a statement Tuesday that praise for children is one of the most common forms of reward used by parents and teachers, but it can backfire when used wrongly.