I also believe that taking things away from them is a great way of showing them that they must do what they are told. It works better then spanking them half of the time. They do not want their favorite toy or game console taken away because they would be lost without it. Would you want to be hit for everything you did wrong? Of course not, sit down with your child and come up with a game plan for when they misbehave what will happen, make it known so when it is time to take action they will not be surprised.
The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking. There is also a risk of stress by the child feeling unsafe this can lead to them isolating themselves from the group and not trying to mix with others, this can be hard as they won’t have their parents or career there for support. Another predictable life event is when we leave home/leaving care. The positive learning that they will get from this will be a sense of independence and maturity. They will have to learn to make their own decisions and be responsible for more house work such as cleaning, shopping and general house duties.
This sort of behavior is only setting children up for body image and mental health issues later down the road. In my opinion this is child abuse. I feel the parents do this because its more of what they want and not what the child wants. Not to mention how the child may feel during the whole process. I'm sure they would have much more fun playing as a kid then being put through such harsh competitive
He explained how parents don’t tell their children to lie, but their children see them do it. He said parents also encourage their children to tell “white lies.” One example of this is when a child is given a gift from someone that they don’t particularly like; they are encouraged to say that they like it. He believes this makes the child think that it’s okay to lie. When a child tells a “white lie” often parents are proud because to them, their child is being polite and the parents don’t see it as them telling a lie. He believes parents often put their children in positions to lie and test their honesty without realizing it, therefore, when children are encouraged to tell so many white lies, they get comfortable with it.
Effective communication is vital when developing positive relationships with children young people and adults. Some people really struggle with their learning or they may have confidence issues, these issues may stop them from communicating freely. Treating them in a calm, friendly, positive, and praising manner could mean the difference between them trusting me and closing down completely and giving up. It is important to have a positive relationship with children and young adults because if they feel comfortable and secure with the adult and their setting whether it is a childminder, a nursery or a school they will separate more easily from their parent or carer. If they feel emotionally secure they are more likely to participate in the play and learning activities.
If you appear angry and unfriendly, then the child will try to avoid any contact with you or will just stay quiet when you ask them a question. Linked into this attribute would be humour. Children love laughter and it can also help increase their attention span during lessons, as the children will be concentrating on what you say, just in case you say something funny. Building a good relationship with the children also has a serious side as they will begin to feel comfortable coming to you if they have any problems. It could be from issues with their school work, to something more serious and personal.
Unit 137 OUTCOME 4.3 BY DEBRA PRICE Children and young people need to trust adults in order for them to be able to answer their questions. The answers should always be answered honestly, and in some instances children will ask many questions as they come to terms as to what may be happening to them. This can be very difficult as adults like to see children happy rather than upset adults do not always listen to children correctly and acknowledge their feelings. Listening to children is critical as we can then learn what they are thinking and how they feel, they could be feeling resentful or have feelings of anger and disappointment, children should be encouraged to speak openly without feeling they have to hold back e.g. “you don’t mean that” attitude .
Final Product #2 By banning books, it creates a negative effect on kids and adults and possibly even eliminate the teachings of life lessons for students. Going through life without the knowledge of what else is out there besides “good” in people can be harsh for some people especially for kids. Kids would not be able to handle life too well in the real world, if the whole time when they were younger they were being protected from all the "bad things" and “bad people.” Many people decide to do what they think is best for the safety of children, but in reality when kids grow up to be adults sometimes it harms them in more ways than helping them. Books shouldn't be banned from society, but some books do have suggestive content or profanity. When the so-called “negative parts” of the books remain, kids gain knowledge of what is and what is not good to do, say, or act.
For example if one of the children was being picked on/bullied the child wasn’t too shy to talk to one of the staff about the problem because they had a good relationship/good communication with the child, which affects all aspects of work in an early years setting. Staff Another reason it’s important for the staff to have good communication because it will create a good atmosphere in the work setting. For example if all/some of the staff didn’t get along or hardly have any communication with each other this will affect all aspects of work in an early years setting. Also there won’t be a very positive atmosphere and this could mean the children could pick up on this and won’t feel as settled as they should be. Bruce, Grenier, Meggitt & Kamen (2011:2) “If you work alongside practitioners whom you like and respect – and whom you know will be there to support you – then you will help to create a positive working environment”
They had decent experiments for the children to perform but weren’t that demanding. For example, the speech; why would a mother be concerned or show anxiety if the only thing the child had to do was read it in front of one person and a camera? I think they should have had an audience for the child to perform in front of. I think the puzzle was a good one because a child would get frustrated by not solving it. A mother would not want to see her child fail and this would cause increased anxiety in her and in turn, the child would see that and also have more anxiety.