During class, you might wonder, “Why are my classmates so loud?” If they are causing a disturbance in your class, you can try to identify the culprit. It could be one or two kids that always seem to get others up in arms. If you can identify the cause of this issue, you can try to find solutions. This may involve moving seats, assigning a loud student to be a helper, or even talking to their parents.
Writing down feelings rather than speaking them
Speaking involves a lot of things, including tone, body language, looks, and pauses. Almost everything goes into a conversation, from a simple question to an angry or sad remark. Although most of the things we say are neutral, our speech can still be overflowing with feelings.