Money management eg budgeting hire purchase insurance and so on Civic

Money management eg budgeting hire purchase insurance

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- Money management e.g. budgeting, hire purchase, insurance and so on. - Civic responsibilities of individuals e.g. voting and obeying the law. - Responsible sexual behavior and controlling one’s emotions. Common problems at this level include: - Drug abuse and addiction, smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol. - Disillusionment and boredom. - Conflicts of adult expectations against those of their peers. - Role confusion and identity crisis due to conflicting societal demands. - Academic problems such as poor study methods, failure in examinations. - Delinquent behaviour e.g. stealing, truancy, lying, and cheating. - Confusion due to conflicting home and school values. - Peer pressure to engage in premarital sex, abuse drugs, and disobey adult authority. Documents PDF Complete Click Here & Upgrade Expanded Features Unlimited Pages
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38 CONCERNS AND PROBLEMS OF POST-SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS As you will have noticed by now, problems to be expected in our institutions of learning i.e. primary, secondary and post-secondary vary and differ. The major concern of both the primary and secondary school pupils is to successfully perform well in their terminal examinations. It is the good results one scores, which enable the individual, join the next higher institution. The concerns for students in post-secondary institutions become completely different. Failure in examinations might mean withdrawal from the training or less salary than that of a successful. For students in our Teachers’ Training Colleges, you will note that apart from being concerned in completing their courses successfully, nowadays majority of them are also family men and women. Their problems will equally be varied. Colleges should pay attention to the provision of guidance and counselling services to this population. Problems include: - Anxiety and stress due to pressure of work and societal expectations. - Financial constraints, no loans, and scholarships for some students. - Premarital sex and unplanned pregnancies. - Poor health e.g. infected with sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS - Crowded hostels and insufficient facilities in some learning institutions. 3.6 REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. Define the concepts of individual counselling and group counseling, compare and contrastindividual and group counselling. 2. Discuss the basic reasons why some counsellors do not involve themselves in groupcounselling. 3. Develop a rationale that can serve as an adequate justification for group counselling.
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