1. My baby started walking and talking earlier than other babies. I know he will grow up to be a smart adolescent. I do not agree with this statement because children reach different milestone at their own pace. That means a child can start walking and talking earlier than other babies that does not mean she or he will be a smart adolescent. One of the important things that parents should know is that each child is an individual and may meet developmental milestone earlier or later than his peer. Then we know there is a period of time that most children will meet a milestone. For example, a child will learn to walk anytime between 9 and 15 months of age. I think that any child who reach his milestone in the normal time frame, will have the …show more content…
That means at this age babies have no self -control. It is very important for parents and caregivers to help babies to gain self-control by paying attention to them and pick them up when there are crying. Also, we need to show them that they can rely to us when they comfort and security. That will help them to become more secure and more independent as they become older. 3. I think that, in order to raise a well-disciplined child, I will have to use physical discipline. People who say spanking obviously don't know how to deal with children. I do not believe that to raise a well-discipline child you need to use physical discipline. I thing that one of the most basic ways we can raise your children is simply by being a good role model for them. As Karen Stephens (2007) said parent play a major role in how children turn out. Parent should try to use teaching method to help children to development a sense of responsibility. Also, parent should have more than one strategies to raise a child. The way you respond to a child’s manipulation as a baby sets the tone of the rest of the life together. In my opinion, parents should try to avoid spanking because those children are going to do the same thing on their siblings, their classmate or their friends. Those children who discipline with physical are more likely to become more aggressive and
Annotated Bibliography The topic I chose to research is spanking considered child abuse? Spanking has been a debated topic for a long time. Many people believe corporal punishment is child abuse, and some believe spanking is a way of instilling right from wrong in a child. I personally believe spanking is okay to an extent, meaning you keep a level head. Corporal punishment has been around for many years.
The results were clear that smacking your child is very negative. The American academy of pediatrics and other important health development companies take a stand against parental to child physical punishment, both at home and at school. A study showed that the more the parents spanked their children for not being social, the more antisocial behavior would increase in daily life. The more the children are hit, the more likely they are to hit other kids whether its outside of school or in, including family members and adults, and more likely they are to hit their wife when they grow up. Studies show that even a few times of being hit as a child are likely to have depressive symptoms later in their life.
Spanking is a form of punishment that some parents consider. Parents should not spank their children as a form of punishment. Children who were spanked were more likely to become hostile, to experience more stress, and to feel that violence is the most humane way to solve a situation. Some parents believe that children’s behavior is improved when spanking is used as a form of punishment. They believe that spanking is the most effective, and that the feeling of pain causes children to remember not to perform the same behavior again, according to Matt Walsh.
Imagine walking into any place, formal or not, and the first scene you take in is a misbehaving child, too many people the first reaction is to take that child to the restroom or anywhere private and spanking its bottom. Parents have always used spanking as a type of parenting so that a child will learn a lesson that was they are doing is improper. Spanking should be continued as a form of parenting so that children learn to respect and how to behave in public places, it teaches the child that what they are doing could potentially cause them harm, and parents have an authority role. Spanking should be continued as a form of parenting so that children learn to respect and how to behave in public places, so often, children think that they can just run any show with the perfect meltdown in front of just the right person. When a child does this, they should not be rewarded with whatever they want, they need to be popped on the bottom and reminded that doing that is in no way proper and the cuteness of will only get them so far in life before others get tired of it.
Many parents believe that spanking a child is the only way to make a lasting imprint on how they behave (Healthline). This is false because time-out, a discussion, taking away what caused the problem, and even practicing patience can make lasting imprints on a child, and even parents. In the end, physical discipline is not only wrong, but
Corporal punishment has been talked about for many years if parents should or shouldn’t beat their kids. Many view that beating their kids, if other ways aren’t working, is a way to bring to their attention that the parent means business. Many studies have been taken opposing the use of corporal punishment but as today’s disrespectful children may need a few spanking to put them back on track. In an article called “8 Reasons to Spank your Kid” by LaShaun. Nicole Williams she gives 8 reasons why spanking your children is a good thing.
Babies and toddlers grow and develop at their own pace. One child might start to walk were as another child that is the same ago is perfectly content with just crawling at the moment. In most cases not achieving milestones at the exact same time is not a reason for concern, as long as the child is hitting those important milestones within the allowed amount of time. For example if the child is 11 months old and has yet to start walking without the assistance of something it is perfectly normal as long as by 15 months they are attempting to walk without help. (Dept. of Health State of Florida, 2004)
They say that it teaches them to become hitters. I understand why you would think that but also if a parent only yells at a child they will think that they are able to get away with more than if you spanked them. Another reason that people think you shouldn’t spank your child is that they will not be able to dissolve conflict in a peaceful manner and will always resort to violence. I think that sometime that may be true but it is also a parent’s job to teach them how to resolve conflict in a nonviolent
The American academy of pediatrics goes into looking at the long term effects of spanking. Spanking is only the beginning of the different variations of corporal punishment discipline.a long term effect is the fact that it does make them a more aggressive parent, spouse, partner,etc. . Some positive and less harmful way of disciplining a child is to practice timeout. Being able to achieve a child 's maximum potential through parent affection and expectations is an appropriate manner.
If you spank your child they have a better outcome later in life. “Those who were physically disciplined performed better than those who weren’t in a whole series of categories, including school grades, an optimistic outlook on life, the willingness to perform volunteer work, and the ambition to attend college...” (Kettle). Children who are shown what it right from wrong at a young age have more ambition, and want to do better in life. When your child is never disciplined, the child becomes rude, and has no respect for you.
The subject of spanking a child is and has been discussed and researched by many. This form of punishment or redirecting a bad behavior has been used probably since the beginning of time. Does spanking always work? I think that most of the time it will but some kids are BAD. When I was a child I got spanked but not often (because I was a good child) and when I did it was after my mother had lost her patients with me.
Some scientists suggest that physical punishment should be used until age two, others disagree and claim that should not be used at any age. As the lecturer states, discipline means teaching while the punishment means harm. Consequently, parents should use mainly management techniques for teaching. As reinforcement can be much useful and effective, then waiting till the child do something wrong and punish him
There are some restrictions of children developing independence, one is if they are unprotected, and don't receive support and love from their family, another restriction is if they are pressured into meeting milestones for their age too early. Toddlers that are healthy will start to develop skills ,the skills will help them to become less dependent on their parents. They may try to dress and also feed themselves, and want to explore new things. Children are shown how to do tasks at home such as water the plants, and taught how to set the table up, this will help them to take responsibility and help out with other household jobs, if their parents show them and they learn from them. Children may also develop their independence at nursery, as they are older they will be able to go to the toilet themselves, and do things for themselves such as get their coat on.