This module explains what to do when a young person has been taught the levels and then chooses to behave on an unacceptable level—A or B. This second phase of the discipline and behavior system is referred to as Checking for Understanding. Simple cognitive learning theory is applied: teaching and then checking to see if what has been taught has been learned. The procedure has the youngster simply acknowledge having chosen an unacceptable level. This second phase of the Raise Responsibility System is so effective because it separates the act from the actor, the deed from the doer, a good kid from inappropriate behavior by avoiding prompting counterwill.