Identifying Emotions in Conversations Activity 8

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Daycare Manager: Come in, Mrs. Walker. Please have a .
Mrs. Walker: Thank you.
Daycare Manager: I just want to assure you that Jamie is not in any serious . But we have some concerns that we wanted to with you.
Mrs. Walker: Okay.
Daycare Manager: Well, Jamie has been acting rather aggressively . We just wondered if he might be reacting to stresses at home or …
Mrs. Walker: I don’t know what you .
Daycare Manager: Well, have there been any changes at ? Anything that might affect Jamie’s well-being confidence?
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Mrs. Walker: No, everything’s just the . When you say aggressive, what do you mean?
Daycare Manager: Well, he’s been taking toys from the other children and refusing to share. The day, another boy protested and Jamie threw the toy and hit the boy in the .
Mrs. Walker: Okay, well, I’ll speak to him about that. He knows he’s not allowed to things.
Daycare Manager: But the reason I called you in today is Jamie has started picking on another little girl as well and he pinched her hard enough to make her cry.
Mrs. Walker: I .
Daycare Manager: We just wanted to try to his behaviour because this is quite unlike the Jamie that we .
Mrs. Walker: Yes, it doesn’t sound like Jamie at all. I don’t know why he’s this way. I’ll talk to him.
Daycare Manager: We have been giving him “time outs,” but you know we want to get into a situation where he feels like he’s being punished.
Mrs. Walker: Well, that’s kind of you. I will to him and ask him why he’s been doing these things.