CYPCore35 CYPCore35-1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained. Positive relationships are built and maintained e.g. : Why positive relationship are important: * Children become strong & independent through positive relationships * Very aware of adults attitudes and perceptive if they are liked & valued * Any negativity is immediately picked up by children * Rejection can follow them into adulthood and breed negativity and low self esteem * How they are built & maintained: * Being warm and approachable * Giving praise • communicating effectively • being consistent and fair * keeping promises and honouring commitments * mutual respect Why is it important for you to build positive relationships with the children in your care, explain to me how you build and maintain these? In your writing please provide at least five bullet point examples. * To get the best out of them * To then be able to encourage them to strive to be their best.
Humor in a teacher is like revealing a “human” side to a potentially non-human form that we expect in particularly from high school teachers (Opinion/Analogy). A classroom that consistently practices humor creates an environment in which students are not afraid to make mistakes because of consequences from their instructor. I am fortunate to have my schedule consist of teachers who advocate humor in the classroom. As expected, my mistakes are often met positively because my teachers recognize that it is a natural learning process that can be as useful if treated the right way. (Anecdote).
In other words, this means to never take a day for granted and to be thankful for life. The pieces Self-Reliance and “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” share similarities about life’s message and how it should be lived, both offering a different view of each of them. Finding out your fate in life could be one of the most important things in your life. Once a person finds this out, they know what they are living for and what their goal in life is. It could make life a lot easier and less stressful once they discover it.
He achieves his successes in knowing that when obstacles arise, he meets those challenges head on and spares no expense at completing them. Nothing gets in the way of his accomplishment and deviation from that plan is perceived as failure The saint, on the other hand, sees life at a different angle. His definition of his life goals are linked to his connections with others. His primary purpose in life is not centered on what he has to gain but more so how his success will fortify the relationships that he holds dear. The saint’s focus is in being able to reach heights in life by moving with love as the driving force.
After being teased mercilessly, Elsie concocted a plan to fool the adults. 'Elsie got tired of the joking and one night suggested to me that she would copy the dancing figures of fairies from one of my most precious possessions, my Princess Mary's Gift book... 'That will shake them!' she said. 'They'll have to stop making fun of us then.'' The next time that the two girls were teased by their parents, Elsie challenged her father, telling him that if he lent them his camera, a Midg quarter plate, the two girls would try to take a photograph of one of the fairies.
It is always good to praise the children when they are able to achieve something and to keep giving them encouragement all of the way. You help build children's confidence, self-esteem and self-image. Having those will help anyone and build up resilience to try things out, not give in or to give up, learn that it's perfectly normal to try. By promoting the children’s
From the title we get an insight into the characters and what makes them memorable which is a key aspect of good story telling. Another aspect of literary genre that is linked to memorable characters is of course the development of the characters. Character development adds to the overall plot which again is another aspect of good story telling. In all three texts the characters undergo developments. In I’m Not Scared Michelle starts out as a brave little boy however by the end he turns into a fearless young
There was a 9 year old Caucasian boy whose favorite color was pink, and he enjoyed playing with Barbie dolls. Of course a person’s first instinct would be to assume he’s going to be a homosexual in his later years. But, given my viewpoint on life, I was interested in his thought process. Turns out his mother never imposed specific gender roles on him. The point im trying to make is you don’t really know what route your supposed to take until someone intervenes and tells you “right” from “wrong”.
Being honest means loving each other. Third, he has to be a clever and flexible person. There are many problems go along with our lives. Therefore, I would like him to be flexible with every problem we face in order that we can solve them together. I do not care about the wealth anymore.
We can live life through all the pains, hardships because in the end it will help define the beauty of the life we had lived. Let go, let go and let go. Release that emotional baggage and believe in life the way it believes in you. In this respect, we should realize that people are not under our control, we don’t control how they feel. They don’t owe us anything, nor do we owe them something.