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full of or giving praise

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But these studies show we must learn to give children the right kinds of praise, such as praising specific behavior.
This indicates that although the initial training was somewhat helpful in increasing teacher praise, the real change in praising behavior occurred after the teachers engaged in self-reflection of their own practices.
With amazing eloquence and skillful use of words, Mqhayi presented what would appear to be praising at a shallow glance, but the deeper meaning of some of the words used in this praise poem pointed to the contrary.
Instead of migration to a friend and praising, ordered their journey to the holy places to pilgrimage and the hardness of the way and the places where they were going.
I like praising my children because I think that it gives them self-confidence and I don't want to stop.
Ghosh knows it's important to strike a fine balance between praising and punishing her children.
Then one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, praising God with a loud voice.
By praising the little things they do, you will be showing them you have noticed the efforts they have made.
In his opinion, the focus should be on what specifically they do want them to do, praising the approved behaviour as soon as it is displayed.
Sharon Hodgson, MP for Gateshead East and Washington West, has tabled an Early Day Motion praising the 18% rise in passengers using Go North East.
A welcome and treasured addition to family, Sunday School, and Christian preschool CD music collections for very young children, "Sing, Little Children, Sing" is an impressively entertaining and inspirational collection of twenty-five Bible-based nursery songs selected and performed by Becky Degan in a style that will engage the young listener in the joys of praising God's creation and appreciating the good things of Christian life.
Place a simple instrument (stick, spoon, pots & pans) in their hands and let them experience the rhythm of the tune while praising God.
Praising the process the child used encourages the child to consider praiseworthy behaviors as under his or her control.
Pruett, a Christian for 43 years, openly shares that she has only experienced praising for 20 of them.
Levinson, finds in the letters of Margaret Laurence a strategy of praising "to make connections" and create "community" among "Canadian writers" (63).