Not enough emphasis on behavior
Does not cite influence of parents
His findings focused on children being too egocentric
Progression through stages isn't always exactly as he predicts
Tell Henry that he deserved it since cutting in line isn't right.
Calmly tell Sally that he/she understands that she is frustrated, but Sally can just ask Henry nicely to not cut in line. Then, the teacher can have Sally help Henry up and let them walk together.
Immediately tell Sally to say "I'm sorry" to Henry, and that's all.
Send both of the children into time out to think about what they did.
A) Process of lying
B) Process of consolidating and embedding one's own beliefs, attitudes, and values when it comes to moral behavior.
C) The developmental change from externally controlled behavior to internally controlled behavior.
Both b and c.