learn by examples and by what is taught to them or what they observe. While reflective listening is occur it is exactly what the name describes it as listening. This is time not for advice but to listen. Engaging in reflective listening allows a child to foster problem-solving skills and gears them towards a future that shows them that this skill will enable them to see things from different perspectives. In each family their background and dynamic are different. Some families have gender specific roles where individuals do specific task while others do not. In Basilos family the gender roles are not specific, and everyone can perform any task they deem fit. So, when Salena sees Basilo cooking and immediately grabs the pot away from him and asks what he is doing it shows where the cultural difference and taught behavior that she has attained growing up is different from that of Basilo. Basilo is comfortable performing the task he has learned from his father. Salena who has not been exposed to this type of lifestyle. In this type of scenario, I would inform Salena that her behavior is not appropriate and that she should not be judgmental. I would tell her that it is okay for Basilo to cook and that she should just sit down and observe what is occurring instead of participating in any of the activities. This form of consequence I chose to use on Salena is exclusion. I would also tell her to think about how her behavior toward Basilo made him feel and to think of other ways that she can help and possible set the table up for them to eat the prepared meal instead of trying to take over cooking
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