This mother is strong believer in domestic knowledge and believes that through this wisdom her daughter will be spared from a life of promiscuity or being, in her words, a "slut". Most importantly, it allows readers to see the detrimental measures of gender roles that are brought upon young girls just coming into womanhood. It is through the understood setting, constructive
Natural growth is a parenting style where the child is left to carve their own path in a sense, but is left with a more reserved attitude. Some examples of this might be that they are taught to trust authority and not question it or they are more likely to make their own fun like play with the kids around the neighborhood rather than be in organized activities set up by their parents. What Lareau found through her study is that those families who were in the middle class displayed a concerted cultivation parenting style while those in the working class displayed a natural growth parenting style. While reading Unequal Childhoods I kept finding
We got all warmed up and ready to play but first we had to go through the instructions. I thought I would volunteer to help out the teacher, and show other people what to do and how to play. A few of us showed them how to pick spots on the court, some moves to do, and how to play. One other person and I showed them how to guard the player with the ball.
He wants the audience to feel informed enough about Playworks to the point where they can get the program active at schools in their area. Bornstein wants to prevent children from having bad memories about recess later in life because of things such as bullying or not being included in playground games. He uses the text effectively by showing the good and bad sides of recess by giving concrete examples of people who had bad memories of recess and people who had good memories of recess. These examples will enable the audience to see both the good and bad sides of recess. The audience will feel the need to take action because they will not want to see their children having a bad memory similar to those used as
When parents observe their children in play or join with them in child-driven play, they are given a unique opportunity to see the world from their child’s vantage point as the child navigates a world perfectly created just to fit his or her needs. The interactions that occur through play tell children that parents are fully paying attention to them and help to build enduring relationships. Parents who have the opportunity to glimpse into their children’s world learn to communicate more effectively with their children and are given another setting to offer gentle, nurturing guidance. Less verbal children may be able to express their views, experiences, and even frustrations through play, allowing their parents an opportunity to gain a fuller understanding of their perspective. Quite simply, play offers parents a wonderful opportunity to engage fully with their children.
This speech reached the intended audience. The speech is compelling because its empowering and relatable. The speech is intended to reach out to young females, and the audience were mainly females. Throughout the speech, the audience seemed to relate to Lupita story by their reaction and how focus they are, and their laughter. Though out the speech Lupita seemed to go through different emotions, by the way her voice rose and soften, the way she sounded sad, and the way she seemed to remember when she tried to bargain with god, and that seemed to lighten her speech, by the way she was laughing.
After reading “Screw happiness” from Rebecca Traister, we can realize that she establishes really good points about how she has experience from her personal experience about happiness toward the woman. How she had search and see every woman around her environment does something different to achieve something called “Happiness” but although every woman tells her something new about achieving her goal of happiness by doing something which is culturally thought to be “typical”, etc. However, while nowadays we believe to know what can bring happiness to the woman. We still have to inquire ourselves if woman need perfection, have formula to achieve happiness and self-improvement.
Basketball is a sport played in many high schools all over the world. In high school basketball, the court has to be a certain size. Which in high school it has to be 84 feet long and 50 feet wide. The very first game was played in “1912” for high school basketball.
Both children and adolescents can do resistance training and plyometrics so long as they are appropriately prescribed and supervised (Faigenbaum, 2009). Plyometric exercises, coupled with a complete resistance training program have been found to enhance movement biomechanics, improve functional abilities, and decrease the number of sports-related injuries in young athletes (Faigenbaum et al., 2009). Up to 50% of preadolescent sports injury could be prevented when children are involved in strength and conditioning programs (ACSM, 1993). There are numerous proposed benefits of resistance training. It helps to increase muscle strength and endurance and minimze risk of injury in sports as ligaments/tendons around muscles are strengthened.
We all have emotions but children are not born knowing what their feelings are or how to cope with them. We will be able to respond to child 's emotions in a positive way, set boundaries, deal with problem behaviour constructively, and bring up a healthy emotional environment. This will help us to deal with a range of issues, for examples: biting, tantrums, sharing, crying and screaming... We should help children learn to identify their own emotions and leading to better relationships, achievement and essential life skills. Children are growing at the speed in their life, at age about 8-10 are social and emotional development.
While I was watching the students play, the teacher commented that the way the children were playing matched their personality. For example, one child who was quiet and shy, she would play a relaxing and calm music. There were other students who were loud and rambunctious, they would hit the piano keys hard and play it loud. I didn’t notice this until the teacher said something. For those students who were hitting the keys so hard, the teacher reminded them to play respectfully and not to play
Kapeller used both verbal and written instructions to instruct the students what to do with the cubes so if a student preferred one of the two instructional styles they could rely on one or both. She also paired up the students so that if they felt like they were not understanding they had a partner to help in understanding. She also told the students that if they still were not understanding they could ask for her individual help. She used multiple activities to address each learning style. She used the block activity and the activity where students find their own objects and measure them to find their area.
It’s true how many adults say that kids are easily impressionable and take lead from parents, guardians, or others around them. What kids are taught from a young age can shape how they view the world, act, respond, and even live. Surprisingly, giving a kid a participation trophy in sports is one of those things that many debates about because giving one to them will depend on how their life is shaped and what lessons they are taught. Not giving a kid a participation trophy in sports is more beneficial in teaching them the lessons of proper effort and winning or losing. It also shows how diminishing hard work which can lead to negative outcomes.