Emotional Support Assessment Welcome to your Emotional Support Assessment Email addressNameTrue or False. ES students usually function at grade level True FalseTrue or False. ES students often do not have behavior plans because they are functioning at grade level. False TrueTrue or False. ES students can have a sensitivity to light and sound. False TrueTrue or False. It is positive to give in to behaviors. True FalseTrue or False. It is important to build trust and rapport with the student. True FalseTrue or False. ES students argue because they think they are correct. False TrueWhich would work for coping strategies Stretching Coloring Relaxing Music Completing all work assignedWhich strategy helps with a visual. Completing all work assigned Identify the problem, execute best option, evaluate options Identify the problem, what are my options, evaluate the options, execute the best option Evaluate options, what are my options, execute options, what is the problemTrue or False. One of the best strategies to use with self control is practicing waiting. False TrueTrue or False. Stop, Think, Go. Is a strategy for coping skills. True FalseTrue or False. Tone, posture, and eye contact are skills that ES students know how to use properly. False TrueTrue or False. Using humor with a students is acceptable for a student with anger issues. False TrueTrue or False. A student who is frequent for eloping should be taken for walking breaks from class. True FalseTrue or False. When reinforcing positive behaviors, modeling and repetition is not necessary. True FalseOne new skill I learned that I can implement right away with my student. Post navigation Previous Previous post: IEPNext Next post: Learning Support Classroom Assessment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.