The Disrespectful and the Unmotivated are two common behavioural problems I face in my grade 2 classroom.
The Disrespectful isn't always a problem student, but is prone to quickly spiraling into a disrespectful tone. I believe this to be caused by a lack of self-confidence, so I focused my tier 1 strategies around praise and talking with the students one on one.
For The Unmotivated, it often seems to be a problem of not feeling challenged or attention seeking. Assigning a buddy or partner may give the student opportunities to help a developing student. Talking to parents may help identify the underlying problem, and ignoring I liked because at times it may be attention seeking behaviour.
For tier 2, I begin to see some overlap in the strategies I may employ, such as self monitoring and behaviour contracts. However, I differed the strategies with rewards and people skills. The Unmotivated has people skills and is popular with other students, so additional leadership roles and rewards may keep the student motivated enough to be a continued asset to the class. For The Disrespectful, social skills may need some further teaching so that the student can understand how negative behaviour is affecting the entire classroom.
Tier 3 contains more overlap as well, even though I didn't include them on the mind map. No passing time could definitely be used for both students, but for me I'd like that to be a last resort. Behaviour assessment and intervention plans seem more productive combined with counselling for The Disrespectful, while The Unmotivated can most likely still be brought back on board with one on one intervention and self assessment.