Therefore, identifying what causes family stress can help us to deal with it more proactively and positively. First and foremost, conflicts and disagreements between parents and their children will cause stress to occur in the family. Being parents in a family is not as easy as what we think because they need to worry and protect their children from any obstacles that their children faced. Especially when their children reach the teenage years, both their parents will be additionally strict on them in order to protect them. Teenage years are where children are easier to be influence by their friends or their peers which results their parents to be worried about them.
All the questions are open-ended question, which will help the social worker to have a better understanding on how to procedure, in addressing the case and the information gotten from the clients will give a sense of direction on the kind assistant to provide. Mrs. F might react to the question by stating that she saw some bruises on her children and noticed their mood whenever they come back from school, which prompted her to ask them what was going on in school. She reported the situation to the principle but no positive respond or support was provided to protect her children from the constant harassment. EXERCISE 9-2: SEEKING
The text is concerning, parents may choose to follow that example or use it as a lesson. However it also gives awareness to whoever is reading it, it gives the reader the idea that somewhere out there something very similar like this is happening. Children feeling this way and having their own personal “out there”, as well as feeling isolated and hiding their own fear. It calls us to take action and it calls the parents to reevaluate their parenting style even with the bad example in the text that was set by the
She incorporated his points of view and argued why it was wrong. To convince people Michelle use pathos and her own experiences with her children. When she is using experiences people can better relate to her and since she is using pathos, people will get emotional involved in her arguments too. We can also conclude that the theme of the speech is children. The whole speech is about Hillary being better than anyone else for the future of America’s
Exploratory Essay How and why is it important to teach cultural awareness and diversity in school? Diversity and cultural awareness holds a lot of weight in shaping children in this country. I can relate to this question on a personal level, therefore I am able to write and research about this easily as well because growing up biracial I have faced a lot of issues that I believe could have been somewhat solved through educating others. It affects me because I see others who are far from culturally diverse and aware and it is apparent when they speak to others and myself. It affects myself when I am forced to be apart of a world where there are so many different people that I cannot avoid, I will have to work with others for the rest of my life.
The highlighted of the interview is children with ADHD faced many obstacles and affect their life functioning in many areas, it is important to help them to manage their conditions in life (Antshe, et al., 2011). The inspiring thought that I obtained from the interview is everyone has the responsibility to understand the condition of ADHD and to help ADHD population to adapt and manage life instead of solely depend on professional therapist because the most effective treatment is combination treatment and needed cooperation from client, family, community and cultural or societal (Antshe, et al., 2011; Mueller & Tomblin, 2012). I think generated the most
“Families are one of the strongest socializing forces in life. They teach children to control unacceptable behavior, to delay gratification, and to respect the rights of others. Conversely, families can teach children aggressive, antisocial, and violent behavior (Wright & Wright 1994)”. It goes without saying that, the place where behavior patters begin is the home. By teaching your child a proper communication, interaction and social skills will eventually leads him/her to succeed.
It is closely associated with externalizing behavior. It also damage the family relationships. Moreover, it changes children’s attitude toward physical punishment. If the parents use physical punishment as a means of discipline, their children are more likely to accept it as a problem-solving method. All these problems have complex impacts on our society in the future.
Now, let me move on to my arguments. Feminism should be taught in class firstly because teaching it would exercise the rights of these children simply because the school should be giving them knowledge as much as possible and it shouldn’t only be about linear equations and etc., but they also need to know about the issues that are happening in the world around them especially because it affects them the most. They are the next generation thus, the values that they have learned now will affect the world in the future. If they are not taught about feminism, well they may be smart and the world would be filled with successful people but the values would all be gone specially equality. Equality should be known by everyone in any kind of way and girls that are in school should know that they also have the right to equality and should use this advantage in a good way.
However, if gamification is to be of use to schools, we must better understand what gamification is, how it functions, and why it might be useful. Lee and Hammer (2011) mentioned that gamification can be a powerful tool in addressing the child’s ‘emotional’ needs. Games have the unusual ability to turn positive emotional experiences into positive ones. Simply put, in order to achieve success in games, failure must be experienced several times first. In a formal teaching environment, the negative emotions felt during initial failure would be far more extreme, and difficult to turn around into something positive.