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发布时间:2013年01月18日
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内容提要:该项目让人快乐,愿意听话。它真得改变了我。我总是努力尊重他人,让自己少惹麻烦,考取好分数
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  Brandon Welcome is a 13-year-old eighth-grader at Stephen Middle School in the USA. He looks forward to Fight-Free(无打架) Fridys. According to a new program, if there are no fights at the school for two weeks, students can get a day without school uniforms. “The new program has been changing things for the better,” Welcome said.
  
  Brandon Welcome是美国Stephen中学一位13岁的八年级学生。他盼望天天过无打架事件的周五。根据一项新的方案,如果学校两周不发生打架,学生们就可以拥有一天不必穿校服,以示奖励。Welcome说这个新项目已经让学校的情况变得更好了。
  
  The program, called Positive Behavioral Interventions and Suppors, or PBIS, rewards students with school dollars. Students can then exchange the dollars for things at the school shop. But they must first show good behavior such as respecting others and taking responsibility.
  
  该项目称之为积极行为干预和支持,或叫做PBIS,奖给学生只有一些学校里可用的钱。学生可以在学校的商店里那这些钱兑换东西。但是他们必须首先要有好的行为表现,譬如尊重他人,承担责任。
  
  Headmaster Cyrus said they have seen results since PBIS was introduced three years ago. Students can use the money, called “Eagle Bucks”, to buy candy and other things from the school shop. Or they can buy a day on which they don't have to wear a uniform. A few years ago, students could pay for things with cash. Now, they work hard to earn Eagle Bucks because the shop accepts only the school dollars, Cyrus said.
  
  Cyrus校长说自从三年前实施PBIS项目,他们已经看到了良好的结果。学生可以用这种称之为Eagle Bucks的钱从学校的商店里购买糖果和其它东西。或者允许他们一天不用穿校服。几年前,学生们可以用现金买东西。Cyrus说,现在他们只能努力表现赚取Eagle Bucks,因为学校的商店只收学校的这种钱币。
  
  “With PBIS, there are more good behaviors in school. We see improvements in the school environment, better student behaviours, more time spent in class and, hopefully, higher test scores,” Cyrus said.
  
  Cyrus还说,由于实施了PBIS项目,学校好的行为越来越多。我们看到学校环境的改进,学生的品行越来越好,他们愿意多用时间上课,我们希望学生们的考试成绩也会更好。
  
  Jalen McCreary is an eighth-grade student, too. He often helps a student who is in a wheelchair move through the hallways since he learned about the program.
  
  Jalen McCreary也是个八年级的学生。自从了解了这个项目后,他经常帮助一位坐轮椅的学生穿越过道。
  
  “It makes people happier and wants to follow directions. It has really changed me,” said McCreary, a twelve-year-old student. “I always try to respect other people, keep myself out of trouble and get my grades up.”
  
  McCreary说,“该项目让人快乐,愿意听话。它真得改变了我。我总是努力尊重他人,让自己少惹麻烦,考取好分数。”

  
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