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The job responsibilities of a parent are to keep a/your child safe, to provide your child with its basic needs, to help your child with it’s self-esteem needs, to teach your child morals and values, to develop a mutual respect between you and your child, to provide effective and appropriate discipline to your child, to learn and further understand your child, get to know your child better.
The differences between being a biological, adoptive and foster parent are simple. A biological parent is when the child is yours, meaning that you the mother gave birth to the child. And the adoptive parent is a process where a person assumes the parenting of a child, from that person\’s biological parents, and, in so doing, permanently transfers all rights and responsibilities from the biological parent or parents. And last but not least a foster parent is, a person who acts as parent and guardian for a child in place of the child\’s natural parents but without legally adopting the child. There are four major recognized parenting styles: authoritative, neglectful, permissive, and authoritarian. Each one carries different characteristics and brings about different reactions in the children which they are used on.
They need to provide safety and security, emotional needs, educational needs, and discipline. There are many qualities of a nurturing parent. One, the parents must care for their own personal needs and maintain self-respect, so that they can help develop the self-esteem of the child. They also should make an effort through their child’s view. Also, parents should look for ways to effectively discipline their child without harsh/ cruel punishments. Parents need to develop an understanding of physical, academic, social and emotional maturity for their child.
Critical Thinking Questions
Some qualities of a good parent are patience, listening, understanding, consistency, empathy, and ability to Express Love. Some qualities of a bad parent are being too carefree, giving abusive punishments, not spending enough time with your child, also being overprotective, exposing them to inappropriate things, favoriting one child more than the others(if you have more than one), and lack of trust in the child\’s decisions. Parents are obligated to provide food, shelter, clothing, and healthcare. However, they are not obligated for them to provide postsecondary education and things such as toys and electronics, piano lessons, summer travel, etc.
Laying down the ground rules and expecting the kids to follow it would be the most challenging. Sometimes the child may not always follow the rules causing tensions to rise in the family environment. Impatient people such as me might get irritated and accidentally get harsh with rules causing me to be an authoritarian parent. Buying the children whatever they ask for would make me really happy. Since my parents didn’t spoil me, I would like to give that opportunity to my child. But there is a limit to what is being brought into the house. Those items may be disrespected once again causing me to be authoritarian or in rare cases permissive.
People can babysit other\’s babies and children to help them prepare for parenthood. They can also take parenting classes in hospitals or online like the one I am currently taking, or maybe your school provides such a course. The best way to prepare is to take advice from experienced parents of more than 20 years or watch and observe your relatives raising their kids. But not to follow blindly what they\’re doing. Take things you learn and make it your own.
Unit One: Lab Questions
One of the different modern parenting is how you\’re with your kids all day, then at night you enjoy it with your wife and get some rest and it repeats all over again the next day. Many of the past generations were more worried about if their kids had food and going outside to play and seeing them at dinner time. Whereas now it\’s about making them happy. Also the choice of when to know to start doing back to work after having a baby or when to give be with them. In the 1900s mothers, jobs were mostly to clean the house make meals and take care of the children. Now mothers go work and provide Financially for their kids. This has impacted families in a positive and negative way the positive way is more income ±ow and the negative way as said in the video the house is dirty and children are not given home-cooked meals every day. She believes that parents should teach the children how to be happy. She explains how there is no basis on what to teach so you should teach them to do stuff.
They said they wanted to be married and have a few years in the marriage and before their early 30s. And that they wanted to be able to know they can afford to have the child and to provide a lot for them. They believe that having children gave them an emotional leap in their life and that they learned lots of new things about the struggle their parents had. They learned that life continues after the initial birth of a child and that men play a bigger role in parenthood than they think. Also, they learned to communicate with and support their partners. Yes, there’s less pressure on men to be tough, hardcore breadwinners of the family in recent times, so they are allowed to be happy about becoming parents. New parents struggle with time management, communicating with each other, realizing there’s no perfect parent, and trying to cope with the fact that their lives are different.
Anne Frank has touched millions of people with her powerful account of the Holocaust, then Ruby Bridges help end segregation in the United States, and most recently Charlie Simpson helped to raise 120,000 pounds for Haiti. You can think freely and say what you want to say and dream of things that normal adults would not dream of. You also have a wider range of possibilities in imaginary details that may be an adult could not think of. I agree I think that kids should not only learn from kids but adults as well because they can see the mistakes of the adults and try to better themselves for the future and if they just learned from children like themselves but they can do if they don\’t have an older wiser option that can give them a new perspective on how to change things for the better. Trust is important because if the kids don\’t feel like they\’re being trusted they won’t think to share their ideas because they feel that they are not being listened to and that\’s an important thing for a child. Of course parents should have a high expectations for their kids because it would make their kids aim to higher goals and to succeed in life.
Unit Two: Text Questions
Children and adolescents generally define their self-esteem in terms of social, academic, physical, and moral factors. For example, in a child\’s physical self-esteem is often at risk if they feel uncomfortable with their weight or how they might appear to others. Believing in a set of firmly placed values and principles and being able to defend or assert yourself in the face of opposition to them. If after learning something new, the old value does not fit, individuals with positive self-esteem do not have difficulty modifying the belief. Heavy self-criticism, tending to create a habitual state of dissatisfaction with yourself. Exaggerating the magnitude of mistakes or behaviors and not able to reach self-forgiveness. Hypersensitivity to criticism leading to feeling attacked and not being open to constructive criticism. Some of the things that a parent can do in the first 2 years of their child\’s life to help with self-esteem are made sure they understand right from wrong so that when making the decision on what they feel is good self-esteem also aligns with the values you set as a parent. Some things that have a negative effect on a child’s self-esteem are lack of love and support, both physically and emotionally from their family, abuse, poverty, and even a disability can hinder a child’s self-esteem.
Critical Thinking Questions
It is difficult to define self-esteem because every person has a different meaning for self-esteem. For some, self-esteem is how they feel about their appearance, and for others, it is how they feel about their worth. Parents can help their children develop good social self-esteem by teaching them not to be shy and to have good communication skills. Parents can help their children develop good academic self-esteem by being active in their child’s education; help them study, keeping an eye on their grades, etc. It also helps when children are praised for good grades and encouraged to do their best.
Positive self-esteem affects children as they develop through their teen years because there are less pressure and anxiety to fit in or be perfect by many standards. People with high self-esteem tend to be ambitious, optimistic, kind, have good communication skills, and are emotionally stable. People with low self-esteem tend to fail to achieve their goals, are not responsible, have poor communication skills, are pessimistic, are prone to anxiety, depression, hostility, guilt, etc, and tends to make poor life choices.
There are solid social and parental impacts bearing on what is viewed as male versus female. Toys, colors, even stereotypes impact what a child sees as what should be for girls and what should be for boys. This happens because people who have a specific mindset of what should be and what should not control the world. And if you don\’t conform to what others think people think of you as odd or freak and make you feel down about yourself, even if it\’s just how you are if you\’re not how Society wants you to be your different, strange even but that\’s okay, be different. But a lot of children sadly don’t know this because of their parents.
Unit Two: Lab Questions
Yes, I do agree because as we become a more technologically advanced society, parents begin to let their children in front of a TV rather than allow them to roam free, which also can cause early childhood obesity. Children can learn how to control one of the forces of nature in a much more better way. They will also learn the principles of fire, intake, combustion, and exhaust. In my opinion, I think throwing a spear would be most beneficial for children since throwing things has been shown to the whole system and that applies to your brain. This helps it visual acuity 3D understanding, structural problem and solving and as well, physical skills. I think parents should be helping their children explore the world. A child is not going to learn if they don\’t go out by themselves. They should encourage the child to pursue their dreams. A parent is there to teach the child to be independent.
The first image that Stuart brown shows, shows only children playing in the 21st century only doing one type of play whereas the second images show people of all ages doing 124 different types of play in the 16th century.
Body play is a spontaneous desire to get ourselves out of gravity. Object play is the manipulation of objects. Social play is playing socially with others. Some by-products of it are cognitive, emotional, and physical play.
The play does many different things for the brain such as a Three-dimensional play fires up the cerebellum) helps contextual memory be developed puts a lot of impulses into the frontal lobe.
When animals are play deprived their brains shrink, and don’t develop normally.
Neoteny is when people carry immature qualities into adulthood.
Unit Three: Text Questions
A nurturing environment is an environment that has all the requirements of a protective environment plus the parents being responsible and actively attentive to their child’s physical and emotional needs, the child must trust that his family will take care of them and they understand that they are loved. Also, the family spends quality time together and get to know each other’s personalities. In addition, the child should feel free to explore and discover who they are and trust that their family will accept them, and then feel free to express them self without fear of shame or guilt. The different forms of child abuse are, Physical abuse, Emotional abuse, Sexual abuse, and Neglect. The physical needs a parent must take care of for infant children are, Bathing them, Changing their diaper, Dressing them, and Feeding them. Encouraging open communication with their child and listening to what is on the child’s mind and what is bothering him. Helping child figure out ways to solve her problems. Helping the child with skills that will help her navigate the stressful situation. Creating a home environment that is stable and free of hostility and violence. Avoid taking your own frustrations out on your child. Avoid putting the child in situations he finds stressful. Different childcare options that family has are in-home child care, day care centers, and babysitters.
Critical Thinking Questions
A protective environment is an environment where the child is protected from violence and abuse whereas a nurturing environment is an environment has all the requirements of a protective environment plus the children’s physical and emotional needs. The needs an infant have are being fed, dressed, bathed, etc. -Toddlers will express negative emotions and oppositional behavior and will need discipline. -Four and five-year-olds need to read to improve their reading skills and also play sports and use their motor skills to improve upon them. -Elementary school-aged children need to learn how to develop relationships with peers and operate within the rules of a group. Also, they need a certain level of self-sufficiency and continue to develop more and more independence. -Adolescents psychologically and emotionally have a bit of growing up to do. Factors that can limit a parent’s ability to provide a nurturing environment for their children are marital strife and divorce, substance abuse, HIV and/or AIDS and even sometimes death. Having parents who were abused could lead to them abusing their children. Being within a family that is experiencing economic struggles or being the result of an unplanned or unwanted child. It is important for the parents to be involved in their child’s education because they need to create a stable schedule with their work outside of school as well as in. They need to be helped and have certain times to do homework and study.
Unit Three: Lab Questions
Parenting is difficult because there is no definitive wrong or right way to do it and so many people have different opinions about it.
Positive parenting is catching the child being good and by giving their good behaviors the most attention whereas negative parenting is when the parents gave more attention the child being naughty and shouts and yells at them. I think children should have fewer rules in the home because if there is a lot rules the children will eventually stop listening to them and start to not care that the rules are there. In my opinion the more rules there are the more the children are going to try and get away with things just because they know they are not allowed to. So with fewer rules children are more likely to listen to what they are and are not allowed to do. If I had to deal with a situation of biting I think I would probably shout at the child and tell them that it is not a nice thing to do and to never do it again. I think my approach would fit into a positive parenting framework because you can never shout at a child even if you are doing positive parenting, there is going to be times when the child does something bad enough to be shouted at.