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Assertiveness – Giving Important Feedback

Have you ever taken something back to the store because it broke right after you got home?

Or have you ever sent food back to the kitchen in a restaurant that was different from what you had ordered?

This type of feedback is important because it gives people and businesses the opportunity to make improvements.

Name some other examples of providing feedback that can be beneficial to the people receiving the feedback.

Guide to Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback

Giving Feedback

Remember to balance the negative with the positive when giving feedback.

Giving Feedback That Builds Up Rather Than Tears Down People

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Sequencing – Giving Oral Directions

Ask each person to describe how to get from one place to another.

  • How do you get from home to school?
  • You need to drive from the mall to Andrea's house.  Which way would you go?
  • If there was a traffic jam on Main Street, which route would you take home from work?

Encourage the use of cardinal directions (N, S, E, W) and landmarks (the store with the yellow awning) as well as street names and right, left turns.


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Cardinal Directions

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