Many persons find it very easy to spot the "error" and wonder if it is intentional. Or just an error.
Focus is drawn to the single error.
But, in the list there are seven "rights" as well. And still we let our focus be the one error.
And yet we often think to "reward whats right" to foster and teach. Seems that this is harder than we think; to focus on the "rights" instead of the "wrongs".
Are we looking for perfection? There should be no error at all? Maybe, but then we have to remember we are always learning and growing. And making "errors" and mistakes should be allowed.
To be able to really focus on the "rights" we need to focus! Do not let the single error take away all the good things!
Test yourself: Imagine your child coming home with a test-score 9 right of 10. What is your first thought? Would you like to know what the error was? Or would you be happy for the 9 correct ones?
(Can't remember in what book I first saw this "trick".)