Should schools start earlier or later? “Should School Start Later” by Jane Bianchi, “Should Students Start School Later in the Morning” by ABC News, and “Wake Up Call” by Sarah McKibben each question if schools should start later. I think that schools should not start school later. “Should School Start Later?” by Jane Bianchi relates to the focus because it shows reasons if starting school later is a smart idea. One reason school should not start later is because it can interfere with some teens’ part-time jobs and after school activities such as clubs and sports.
Thus, their children’s original culture and core values become a wholly new thing for their parents. Under this situation, generation gap even cultural conflict is inevitable. When children have estrangement with their parents, their closest people will not be their parents. But parents are the people who give first-generationers life. They made efforts and suffered a hard time to build a bright future for their children.
This is a major statistic because it can influence the child’s life. If the parents aren’t discipline enough then the children feel like they can do whatever they want and this could affect their lives forever. Discipline has to be in the foster homes for the children so they can grow up and live a good life. It discipline was not established before the child went into the foster care system then it could be hard for the new foster parents to establish discipline as the child will not understand what they can and cannot do and will just live the life anyway they want. If they do not finish high school, it will put them in a bad situation that is not needed and they will be around criminal behavior forever as they are at a decrease advantage for a good job without having completed high
As a result, family bonding is decreasing and kids are not prepared with hands on experience. Parents want to be nice, so their child will love them more and they can be the “cool dad” or “cool mom” in the child’s heart. But it should be the parents’ job to step up and do what is best for the protection of a child, which can be read in Cari Romm’s online article from The Cut, “Is It Really Possible for Parent to Be Friends With Their Kid”. Also as the world to grow wealthier, it seems children are no longer enforced with chores and responsibilities by parents possibly due to the fact that they no longer appreciate the value of money. So in result they believe that money can solve problems and responsibilities.
Randy wanted peace, which was something hardly and Socs seemed to want. One would think, “How would this relate to self discovery?” Well, in this environment, the kids and teenagers have to act grown - up often, so it doesn’t leave much time for actual learning and maturing. This was the case for Randy, and not until is late teen years did he discover that he didn’t even want to fight. He went with whatever everyone else wanted, but didn’t make time to think about himself. This would be self discovery because Randy is now discovering about himself, and what he needs.
When teens graduate from high school and are ready to move out, it is not the easiest thing in the world. They will miss their parents, friends, and their community, but it is another stride in life. In the article the author states that “The move outward from home is the most difficult thing that humans can do”(Dobbs). During a kids lifetime, they go through the stage of adolescence where they do not really comprehend what to do because they are kids. Growing up and coming-of-age involves adjusting to things that may come up in one’s life.
Should middle school students have recess? Middle school students should not have recess at all. This is because they need to grow and mature, they could get distracted from their missing work, and there is more of a chance to get hurt. You may think differently, but there is no denying the facts that prove my opinion. Middle school is a time in a kids life where they have more responsibilities, yet still are allowed to be a child.
Why is it that I can put my life on the line for my country at 17 but still not be able to vote? Although 17 is a young age to begin with, we still get to make the decision to go to the military. I do not believe that I should be able to put my life on the line for my country but not make a political decision for my country. While at war, soldiers would like to be at ease when they come home. Being able to have a say in who runs the country they are dying for will help settle their minds in knowing that they are fighting for something they are a part of and not just being told to.
Where as Erikson's has the age ranges, they achieve one or the other outcomes. So Erikson's might be harder to apply as it is age specific, and once a child has reached an outcome, you cant change it, and so it influences their lifestyles. To contradict this, a young person might not reach "Identity" before they turn 19. They might start to think they're LGBT+ in their 20's, but they still wont get "Identity", even though they have started to figure out their identity as they are out of the age range. Also, Erikson's theory was aimed towards the infancy and childhood stage, and doesn't take into much consideration of the affects into adulthood, so it can become unclear towards the later years of a lifespan.
The oldest child starts off with all the attention from the parents but once a new child is born they no longer receive that type of attention. According to Alder, this would make the older child full of resentment and will have a sense of inferiorly. Alder 's theory does not apply to me. I am the oldest of three. Growing up it was always expected of me to set an example for my younger siblings.