Building a trusting relationship can help children believe that discipline isn’t arbitrary or done out of anger. After reading these articles, I agree with Brendan Smith: Physical punishment can work momentarily only because children don’t want to be hit but doesn’t instill good behavior long term. Both articles presented great positions but ‘A Case
The good news is that while the effects of substance abuse are dangerous, but unless a person mistreats his/her body with the use of stimulants, he/she should be able to recover in a relatively quick time. The author also adds about the reality of students who are so stressed that they can’t even bring themselves to sleep. In the end, he concludes that the best way of learning is by moderation.“The Dangers of Cramming” is the article by Keith Ablow which discusses about the fact that cramming does more harm than good. The author further elaborates on both the effects of cramming and the side effects of stimulants abuse. First, cramming can cause short-term intellectual setbacks, albeit the states of setbacks vary greatly among many different people.
If the teacher seems like he or she is mad then the student will want to fix it so he or she will not get yelled at. Teachers also though have to be careful on what they say even though they need to be tough. The articles main point is to describe why tough teachers get good results. I do agree on everything the article said especially this “now I 'm not calling for abuse; I 'd be the first to complain if a teacher called my kids names”. Teachers can still be tough without being abusive, teachers just need to be strict.
They are said to receive a mild dose then the ones who haven’t taken it. There are almost 20% of children that are fully vaccine that still contract whooping cough. In the U.S. nearly 10,000 cases of pertussis was confirmed from the CDC starting January 1 to June 16, 2014 (Noah, 2006). Basically whooping cough starts off as an airborne cough and sneeze that’s ingested by the next person (Aronson & Shope, 2013). In conclusion, Whooping cough is a disease that strikes infants strongly.
Emotional abuse is also a major player when it comes to affecting the mentalities of children. Emotional abuse can harrow on the mind of a child forever. The phrase “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me” is one of the most inaccurate sayings. Often children who grew up “in homes where they are constantly berated and belittled may experience self-confidence and anger problems” (“Emotional Abuse Signs, Symptoms and Effects”) that can later lead to them lashing out with their emotions. It is proven that children who are emotionally abused can “struggle to control strong emotions or have extreme outbursts” (“Emotional Abuse Signs, Symptoms, and Effects”) meaning that they could easily be triggered and act out aggressively when the situation presents itself.
Psychosis is medically defined as “a state in which a person’s mental capacity to recognize reality, communicate, and relate to others is impaired, thus interfering with the capacity to deal with life demands.” Postpartum is the time after child birth; therefore, a postpartum psychosis is a psychiatric emergency of psychotic episodes that occurs during the postpartum period. This is not to be confused with postpartum depression, which is a clinical depression that occurs after child birth. Postpartum psychosis is rare as it occurs in approximately one or two women for every one thousand deliveries. According to Postpartum Support International’s website, the episodes are sudden and begin within the first two weeks after child birth. Postpartum psychosis is
you killed three children, and your neighbor and yourself in crucial conditions. So, if school started later the chances of sleep deprived car accidents would decrease. And now we will be presenting to you real life occurrences from sleep deprived students. As of right now, 100,000 car accidents from sleep deprivation occur every year according to the SleepFoundation.org Now the strengths of our position include ,Not only will this help prevent car accidents, later start times improve better grades and overall health (according to University of Minnesota) A three year research project using data from more than 9000 students attending more than 8 schools in 3 states shows a rise in school attendance, test scores, and academic performance improved in math, english, science, and social studies with later start
A 2012 study done by Finley Edwards, a professor at the University of Baylor, discovered that middle school students who started a class hour later increased their standardized test scores by over two percent. Multiple studies have shown that sleep loss can mimic or enhance the symptoms of ADHD. The study also showed that students who sleep more are the ones with the better grades. And when school starts too early, teachers have to deal with kids who are having a hard time concentrating. The study also showed that the students who had trouble sleeping or who did not get enough sleep were twice as likely to fail at least one class.
Flunk means to fail to reach standards; students, parents and teachers think it’s a bad thing, but is it really? Instead of thinking the negative of repeating a grade or class, people should see this as practice and becoming successful. Many students may not understand the material and making them retake it will improve their knowledge. In Mary Sherry’s essay, she talks about how teachers and parents should show that flunking is a positive teaching tool. I agree with her because we aren’t all perfect and sometimes we need that extra lesson or we need to repeat the material again.
Another symptom of depression, in both children and adults, is a loss in interest regarding things they previously enjoyed doing (“Symptoms of Depression”). If a child enjoyed school before they started showing signs of depression, it is extremely important to bring that child back to the familiarity of having fun doing something such as school. For many gaining this well-known enjoyment again wouldn’t be remotely possible without the use of antidepressant medication. For a depressed minor, antidepressant medication is their way of passage to get through schooling and maybe even enjoy the experience; individually, we have no right to deny that child of their education by not giving them their medication (SP