Parenting Skills Module 6 Study Guide
1. Stereotypes: Assumed beliefs about a group of people.
2. Single parent families: Families that include one parent
and his or her children living in the same household.
3. Prejudice: A preconceived notion about a gr
Parenting Skills Module 2 Lab Questions
Question 1: Do you agree with Gever Tulley that the increasing
safety regulations for children are limiting children's opportunities
to interact with the world around them? Why or why not?
Answer 1: Yes I do agree b
Parenting Skills Module 3 Study Guide
1. Authoritarian: a parenting style where parents are highly
demanding and controlling with little or no affection
2. Consistent: repeatedly acting the same way
3. Democratic: the leader shares, is people oriented, an
Parenting Skills Module 2 Discussion Questions
Question 1: What role do you think discipline plays in developing
a child's self-esteem? What forms of discipline best serve the selfesteem of the child or adolescent?
Answer 1: Discipline is important in dev
Parenting Skills Module 1 Review and Critical Thinking
1. What are the differences between being a biological parent,
an adoptive parent, and a foster parent?
A biological parent is someone who cares for their own child
rather than anyone else's child or
Parenting Skills Module 1 Lab Questions
1. What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
Dr. Tanya Byron feels a good parent is someone who does
not worry too much about being a good parent.
2. What are some of the common problems that children m
Parenting Skills Module 2 Review and Critical Thinking
1. In what areas do children and adolescents define their selfesteem?
Children and adolescents define their self-esteem in four
different: social, academic, and physical. In social selfesteem, they wa
Parenting Skills Module 1 Discussion Questions
1. What are the different parenting styles used by families?
Which do you think is better? Why?
One of the parenting styles used is authoritarian style where
the parents authorize themselves to be responsible