Positive Discipline - Using Gerunds

Using Gerunds

Gerunds are words ending in "ing". It is believed that using gerunds can help reinforce the positive behavior another would like to see rather than attacking a bad behavior. For example, a teacher might see students running down the hall and calmly say "walking" rather than yell "stop running" in an agitated voice. He might say "gently" (an adverb) instead of insisting "calm down!"

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Modern Hebrew Verb Conjugation - Gerunds
... Gerunds (ˈʃmot peʕuˈla) are nouns expressing an action ... Gerunds are created in Hebrew by putting the root of a verb in a miʃˈkal (see Modern Hebrew grammar#Nouns) ... Five of the binyanim have gerunds pa'al, pi'el, hif'il, hitpa'el, and nif'al ...