Being bullied will affect them. Disability – Learning disabilities can hugely affect children. If they have problems with reading, writing or concentrating in class it will hold them back and also affect the class. Their self-esteem will be affected and they will be frustrated while trying to learn. A healthy social development can help a child make good physical relationships.
When a child feels frustrated, disappointed and angry, he may vent his by hitting his friends, or throwing tantrums. It is normal for children to try out different emotions and ways of reacting as they go through different stages in life. Apart from that, behavioural problems are also influenced by both biological and environment factors such as poor communication skills between parents and child, aggressive behaviour of parents and siblings, and marital conflict. A child’s family and community have a direct influence to him/her. According to Urie Bronfenbrenner’s bioecological theory, the microsystem refers to the settings in which a child personally interacts and is influenced (Couchenour & Chrisman, 2014).
2.2 Describe the impact of prejudice and discrimination on children and young people An environment of prejudice and discrimination will have a very negative impact on children. It will impact on emotional development, it could affect their confidence, low self of steam, they might find it hard to make friends, might make them feel angry and confused. This could also affect their education and progress and their wellbeing. 2.3 Assess how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work with children and young
However, some people also do that because they are victims themselves due to a bad upbringing because home can make people insensitive to other people 's feelings and emotions. So when they are bullying, they are happy to see their classmate depressed, sad and
Campelle Ortiz (1991) affirms that the majority of the language students face a frightening level of anxiety specifically when they are expected to perform in FL/SL because of several reasons (psychological problems, fear of making mistakes) and it dependent on the learners differences generally that feeling is considered by the learners as an implicit problem which they sometimes are not aware that anxiety hold up their
The last hypothesis is the Affective Filter Hypothesis. There are some affective factors that can have a negative or positive impact in the language acquisition. Sometimes students do not feel comfortable, they do not like the language, they do not have good relationships with their classmates or with the professor, because is a new language they may feel intimidated and all these problems have influence in the learning process. "Boredom and anxiety are affective factors that can have serve as a kind of filter to block out incoming messages and prevent them from reaching the language acquisition device" (p. 39). As a result, if a student has some affective problems this is going to block his/her input even if the topic is presented in a very comprehensible way.
This tends to related to disagreements that come from personality clashes or emotional interactions among team members If the conflict occur with the person especially when one is frustrated with his or her goals, this termed as intrapersonal conflict (Neal, 2003). Effects of conflicts in schools According to (Omboko,210) conflict in school have large impacts to teaching and learning process. It may reduce strengths and resources such as social support and integration among teachers and all those involved in education which ultimately increase problems in schools among students and teachers. It threaten school functioning and trigger a chain of other educational and social problems which includes abuse office,disagreement,hostility and violent fights which may have negative impact on the successful running school particularly teaching and learning. According to (Caravan and Monahan, 2001) conflict may result into blockage to school development.This lead to poorly performance of the students and failure to achieve educational goals.
For most of the people, procrastination is a mysterious force that stops them from achieving the most urgent and vital tasks in their lives. It 's also a potentially hazardous force, causing victims to fail at school, have a poor performance at work. Besides that, guilt, anxiety, and panic attacks, if the deadline is looming and the impending task is of importance. There may be someone who is dived into feeling of failure, lack of motivation and bad temper. The above adverse effects will cause physical and psychological negativity to us.
Failure to listen carefully and patiently can easily cause children and adults to shut down – and will break down efforts to communicate and damage the fragile foundations of positive relationships. Even in longstanding, strong friendships, a breakdown in trust caused by misunderstanding or callous behaviour can damage the willingness of both parties to begin communicating openly again – which in turn, prevents the healing of the relationship. Building relationships with children is important to their learning but often starts informally and even out of the classroom. We often require children to talk, in the classroom, about topics they are not familiar with – we ask them to hazard guesses and say aloud the wrong answer – all things that we, as adults, find difficult. It is therefore very important to help children feel confident and secure to enable them to be so open.
Several students have too much on their plate, including academic and extracurricular activities, not giving them enough free time to rest. Tom Loveless of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution believes that full schedules can stress a child’s brain and have a negative effect on their ability to learn. The stated reasons affect the student’s overall health. Negative stress, meaning uncontrolled or too much stress, can cause headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pain, depression, anxiety, and may worsen specific sicknesses or