When they don’t know what to do, they tend to not do the assignment or turn the assignment in late, but turning it in late or not doing it can lead to adverse scores. If you have adverse scores you can get held back or it can be tough for you to get accepted into really great schools. To sum up, kids can lose natural motivation in learning. Second of all, schools should not pay students for good grades because they want to cheat for the award. “... including
Did you know that American consumers own twice as many cars and eat out twice as much than consumers in 1957 (DeAngelis, 2004, p.52). In today 's society, the drive to accumulate material goods and gifts is rapidly spreading. Many kids and teens these days are becoming more and more focused on the material aspects of life rather than the important non-materialistic aspects. This issue of materialism is becoming a big one and if nothing is done to solve it, America’s youth will be completely plagued. Today, many materialistic kids experience negative effects in life which can be solved by setting boundaries on what to buy and teaching kids true important values.
Stereotypes at DHS exist and they pertain to many things such as where you hang out, are you an athlete etc. and they have an impact on other kids performance by stereotyping them by lowering their self-esteem which makes them less confident, making them less secure which may lead to not coming to school, and peer pressure which may lead to doing negative things they don’t want to do. These 3 things may cause kids to go down the wrong path just because they don’t want to be called a certain thing or looked down upon. This happens at DHS and it causes kid to be more socially insecure because they think they’re a loser because a stereotype told them that because they do a certain thing or they’re pressured to do something such as drugs or they’re a chicken or other words. Stereotypes makes kids more insecure about their self-image because i’ve observed that kids that have been stereotyped or bullied because they closely relate or they’re the same thing is that they try to change who they are or try to fit in so they aren’t stereotyped and aren’t seen “inferior” to other people.
Depression may cause mood fluctuations and thus raise unpredictability in parenting styles. Rejections by the parent get internalised by the child who then perceives itself as undeserving of love. This could affect the child 's self-esteem and as they start interacting with others they may have impaired social skills that would further aggravate their anxiety. Schore (2007) suggests that rejection at a young age could also be linked to later developing antisocial traits like borderline personality disorders. The parent may express their anger in non-verbal ways like the silent treatment (Field, 1989) which may be too vague for the child to comprehend and they may feel confused on how to behave and they also may not learn ways express their own anger and thus internalize their emotions.
• An addicted children will not develop effective social skills, which will hinder his ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships with their playmates. • The addicted children will found it is awkward to socialize will likely retreat back to their game world where relationships are easier and already waiting for them. • High frequency players found to be significantly more likely to report that their computer game playing conflicted with their social life (Mark, 2010). • Games that consuming a vast amount of the children’s time are contributing to a generation gap between parents and children, and are thus undoubtedly affecting the development of the children (Brandon,2008). Supporting Evidence 3:
Technology Affects Brain Stimulation For Children Technology should not be used by children because they are being distracted from society. Also, different types of technology can impact their health and emotions. Everyone’s families are different, and not everyone will be able to afford the newest technology. Children want to touch and feel lots of things, many children would like to own ipods and smartphones to communicate with others. Furthermore, Technology makes children become obese such as watching tv and sitting down for long amount of times.
They begin to think of themselves as worthless and feel as though they do not belong into society. They assume that society does not value them and in turn start discredits themselves. This may lead to mentally ill people living in isolation and withdrawing from society. (...) states that this can increase isolation from society and reinforce feelings of exclusion and social withdrawal. In trying to avoid being discriminated some people may deny or hide their mental illness or refuse to seek help.
Teens who go through situations like bullying try to avoid it as much as they can because sometimes it’s too overwhelming. They feel things no one else feels or understands which is a problems because often, people don’t believe them which makes things even worse. Lastly, from the perspective of a bystander, they can be slightly different. Some see it as nothing serious, others see it as something serious and then there’s the ones that don’t care at all because it doesn’t affect them. A bystander should always try and do something but a lot of times they don’t.
A child’s relationship with their peers could also be affected due to poverty because the child might not have access to the same material items as other children, therefore it might be hard for children to form relationships and make friends because they could be teased. Therefore, because these children don’t have the support system they need, they will not have a high academic performance and it will be unlikely that they