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From the Ted Talk "Victoria Pratt: How judges can show respect"

Unscramble the Blue Letters

The last icirppeln is respect, that without it none of the other principles can work. Now, respect can be as simple as, "Good afternoon, sir." "Good morning, ma'am." It's looking the person in the eye who is standing before you, especially when you're sentencing them. It's when I say, "Um, how are you doing today? And what's going on with you?" And not as a greeting, but as someone who is actually interested in the response. Respect is the idcefnefre between saying, "Ma'am, are you having difficulty ntnrdaugnside the information in the paperwork?" versus, "You can read and write, can't you?" when you've realized there's a literacy issue. And the good thing about respect is that it's contagious. People see you being lruesfpcet to other folks and they impute that respect to themselves. You see, that's what the transgender prostitute was egtinll me. I'm judging you just as much as you think you may be jgnudgi me.

Open Cloze

The last _________ is respect, that without it none of the other principles can work. Now, respect can be as simple as, "Good afternoon, sir." "Good morning, ma'am." It's looking the person in the eye who is standing before you, especially when you're sentencing them. It's when I say, "Um, how are you doing today? And what's going on with you?" And not as a greeting, but as someone who is actually interested in the response. Respect is the __________ between saying, "Ma'am, are you having difficulty _____________ the information in the paperwork?" versus, "You can read and write, can't you?" when you've realized there's a literacy issue. And the good thing about respect is that it's contagious. People see you being __________ to other folks and they impute that respect to themselves. You see, that's what the transgender prostitute was _______ me. I'm judging you just as much as you think you may be _______ me.

Solution

  1. respectful
  2. understanding
  3. principle
  4. judging
  5. telling
  6. difference

Original Text

The last principle is respect, that without it none of the other principles can work. Now, respect can be as simple as, "Good afternoon, sir." "Good morning, ma'am." It's looking the person in the eye who is standing before you, especially when you're sentencing them. It's when I say, "Um, how are you doing today? And what's going on with you?" And not as a greeting, but as someone who is actually interested in the response. Respect is the difference between saying, "Ma'am, are you having difficulty understanding the information in the paperwork?" versus, "You can read and write, can't you?" when you've realized there's a literacy issue. And the good thing about respect is that it's contagious. People see you being respectful to other folks and they impute that respect to themselves. You see, that's what the transgender prostitute was telling me. I'm judging you just as much as you think you may be judging me.

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Important Words

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  3. difference
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  13. judging
  14. literacy
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  21. prostitute
  22. read
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  31. telling
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  33. transgender
  34. understanding
  35. work
  36. write