• Format your paper to APA standards. PSY 375 Week 1 DQs 1 , 2 PSY 375 Week 2 Individual Assignment Infancy and Early Childhood
CU1533 Georgia Green 1.1 It sets out the legal requirements relating to learning and development (the early learning goals; the educational programmes; and the assessment arrangements) in Section 2 and the legal requirements relating to welfare (safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare; suitable people; suitable premises, environment and equipment; organisation; and documentation) in Section 3. The learning and development requirements are given legal force by the Early Years Foundation Stage (Learning and Development Requirements) Order 2007 made under Section 39 (1) (a) of the Childcare Act 2006. The welfare requirements are given legal force by Regulations made under Section 39 (1) (b) of the Childcare Act 2006. Together, the Order, the Regulations and the Statutory Framework document make up the legal basis of the EYFS. The requirements in this document have statutory force by virtue of Section 44 (1) of the Childcare Act 2006.
Sometimes people in these groups tend to be isolated with limited social networks and low self esteem. As a result, they may become dependent on their abusers, or potential abusers for help and services. People being abused often see it as their fault and that there’s nothing that they can do about it so they keep quiet and just put up with it. For example, Mary is 35 years old and has mild learning difficulties, she lives alone but she has a carer that comes to visit her 3 times a day. Her carer often comes round and is nasty to her, pushes her and calls her names.
(Freud) Aggressive & violent behaviours? (Observational learning: Abusers - foster parents) From the painful & traumatic childhood Will had, perhaps that was his way of:- getting a sense of power (from the powerless situation he was in with the abuses he had) getting attention( from the neglect & lack of attention he had with foster parents?) indirect, non-verbal “call-out” that he had been tremendously hurt & abused low self efficacy? (Albert Bandura) Q3) To include the following factors: Counselling session with the psychologist & hypnotist To elaborate: Failure of the counselling sessions was not only attributed from the therapists but also from Will who had consciously & deliberately put up resistance, barrier & shield from them getting deeper into his
Junior's father “drinks his pain away” (107). Junior concludes, the Indians drink to feel better, but on the contrary, they sink deeper and deeper into sadness, “all Indian families are unhappy for the same reason: the fricking booze” (200). As we have seen in this novel, alcohol encourages aggression and violence in the family. There are numerous examples of violence related to Junior's best friend, Rowdy, whose father is an alcoholic. Often Rowdy appears with
Human Service Analysis University of Phoenix In this case we study a 2 year old little boy who is Puerto Rican and African American. This little boy has an overload of anger. When his anger is triggered he explodes. He curses at his mother, telling her, “F--- you b----.” He throws any object that he finds in site, and he hits other children during his anger outrage. He gets filled with anger when he is told, “No.” His mother corrects him throughout the day because she notices that he is developing unhealthy behaviors, like hitting other children that he feels he is superior towards.
“The Drunkard” Questions 1. The humor in this story appears when the son is thirsty and gets drunk off of his father’s drink. The humor arises because of the situation and because of the boy’s drunken observations of life. While drunk, the little boy seems to overreact to the situations, a problem that results from intoxication, and his overanalyzed perception of the occurrences are what is funny. It is funny when the boy begins to sing and sings even louder because he believes his father missed the point of his singing, and the fact that the boy is doing everything the drunken father would have done is humorous too.
I would say his father – he didn’t give him any attention when he came home from school and had being bullied, he doesn’t ask how it goes in school. Inside he was hurt, he was holding it all back and suddenly he exploded. He got this idea that he would shot at the school and then his friends said that he was a pussy and wouldn’t do it – and that was the final push – he couldn’t stand it anymore, it became too much. “Warning” is the headline because this story about Andy Williams is a warning to all those who bullies young student, because sometime it can become too