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REFRAMING:
The Power Of Positive Language
Sally White
INTO Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Former English Language Fellow: Hungary, Kyrgyzstan
Objectives  
•  Introduce  reframing  and  its  relevance  to  teaching  
and  learning  
•  Give  some  background  on  related  information  
regarding  how  we  learn  best  
•  Practice  with  reframing  
•  Look  at  lessons  that  encourage  positivity  
•  Share  resources  
Where  can  we  use  reframing?  
In the classroom
With friends and family
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•  Which  of  these  words  are  positive?  
1.  patient  
2.  impatient  
3.  can  
4.  can't  
5.  crisis  
I  am  so  
happy  to  be  
learning!  
http://wiki.npsd.org
•  When  you  think  about  the  atmosphere  in  
your  classroom,  which  of  these  words  best  
describe  that  atmosphere?  
•  Positive  
•  Negative  
•  Neutral  
•  I'm  not  sure.  
•  If  you  took  a  50  point  exam  and  got  40  
correct  answers  and  10  incorrect  answers,  
would  you  rather  see  your  score  as:  
•  +40  
     OR  
•  -­‐10  
What  happens  in  our  brains  when  we  are  
learning?  
http://thelastdegree.com  
http://snarkecards.com
What  stops  us  from  learning?  
stress
anxiety
embarrassment
anger
etc. (negative
emotions)
http://www.electromark.com
•  So…what  can  we  do?  
 
 
 
 
http://sapphicscribe.files.wordpress.com  
•  What  do  you  think  of  when  you  think  of  the  
word  “crisis?”  
•  It  has  been  said  that  in  the  Chinese  
language,  the  symbol  for  “crisis”  includes  
the  word  “opportunity.”  
Changing  words,  changing  minds  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
problem  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
problem  
challenge  
Changing  words,  changing  minds  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
mistake  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
mistake  
lesson  
Changing  words,  changing  minds  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
disruptive  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
disruptive  
enthusiastic/energetic/lively  
Changing  words,  changing  minds  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
impatient  
EXAMPLE  
REFRAMED  
impatient  
Keen,  eager,  excited  
“Weak”  student?  
http://rpm-therapy.com
http://enlightenmentsite.com
Reframing:  Matching  
Original Statement