Parents who are sports aggressive really need to get their act together, as their behaviours are seen outrageous to others and their seen as ‘arses’ which is demonstrated in the photo accompanying the newsletter. Sam really pushes that Parents are teaching their children very bad qualities, ‘isn’t good sportsmanship a model of life?’ maybe it isn’t to sports aggressive parents. It’s time for all parents to remember that children learn from you. Sam illustrates that best coaches and parents encourage their kids to play fair, to have fun and to concentrate on helping the team while at the same time polishing their own skills. Once again ‘what sort of parent are you’.
As a result, I think children are getting by with more and more. I've seen so many forums where parents are talking about their teens cursing them out and other ridiculous things. I would've needed dentures, because momma would have knocked my teeth out. And, I wouldn't have blamed her. It's ridiculous how parents these days act like they can't control their kids.
To be a perfect parent to your kids is have a good back ground. If the kid father/mother is a criminal and/or is at jail, when the kid (kids) goes to school they get bullies saying “Oh that kid`s father/mother is at jail he must be stupid” Basically the kid will have a hard time at school and not having friends. Additionally because the kid had a bad life, he will become like his father/mother. This true because it happens to most kids whose parents have bad reputation. This also works on the kids name when the parents give it to them.
She understands that people come from different environments and everyone can learn; they just need to be motivated. Mary once blamed the poor academic skills the students have today on things like drugs and divorce for poor motivation and concentration. She describes starting the day with concentration principles buy the way she walks into her class. If her style of teaching doesn’t work then she will fail the student. Mary’s son a High School senior was in the jeopardy of flunking English.
When the child is acting out in class, the teacher has to constantly act like the child’s mother, telling them things like stop talking and pay attention. The daily struggle of constantly stopping class to give these children excessive attention affects the rest of the class and slows down their learning curve for the non-ADHD children. One way most doctors treat ADHD in children is to simply prescribe them stimulants such as Ritalin, Adderall, or Dexedrine (Brown & La Rosa, 2002). Even though in more than half the cases this form of treatment works for children by reducing their negative behaviors and calming their hyperactive actions, this is not a beneficial way to treat children. The medication is a quick fix for the child.
Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . This article states that most mothers think that it is okay to spank your children. They do not abuse their children but if their child has something wrong they think that it is okay to spank them so that they learn their lesson and do not make the same mistake again. People who have low income are more likely to spank their children than a wealthy family.
Chyna As many as 90 percent of parents think it's OK to spank young children (Taylor, par.2) Spanking in definition is: an act of slapping on the buttocks as a punishment for children. Although this act may seem harmless in some perspectives, it could be interpreted as abuse and an unloving act out of anger. Even though a parent’s child is their responsibility and their business, I do not agree with them having the right to spank their children. It has been proved that spanking children at age 3 makes them more likely to become bullies by age 5(Taylor, par.2). Children may see this act as hatred, uncaring, and can cause a bit of confusion.
When the prisoner is released, they may be very angry about the lack of attention they recieved, and become a repeat offender. Rehab gives one a chance to learn about his/her debilitating problems and offers to help them change. It also helps to ease the offender’s reentry into society. Juvenile offenders should be especially considered for rehab because they are young and deserve second chances. They aren’t fully
Negative punishment weakens a response by reducing or removing something pleasant (Stangor). Negative punishment occurs when something wanted is taken away as consequences of a certain behavior. Over a period of time this could decrease the frequency of the unwanted behavior. Negative punishment is an attempt to decrease the unwanted behavior from occurring in the future, an operant response is followed by the removal of an appetitive stimulus. An example of negative punishment is when a child talks back to a parent, the child may lose the privilege of watching their favorite television show.