Module Six: Lab Questions
What Ive Learned From My Autistic Brothers
1. She doesnt want to be seen as normal because being normal overlooks
the beauty of what makes us all different.
2. Her childhood was different because she has two autist
What are the differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive parent, and a foster
Response: When someone is the biological parent of the child, it means that said person gave birth to
the child, and the child shares gen
Your first lab link can be found at What Makes a Good Parent? A written transcript is also
available for this lab.
What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
Response: According to Dr. Tanya Byron, being a good parent comes from the heart. She
What are the different parenting styles used by families? Which do you think is better? Why?
Authoritarian-style: Parents believe that teaching their child respect for authority will instill a great
moral character in them. The child isn't allo
1. In what areas do children and adolescents define their self-esteem?
Response: Children and adolescents define their self-esteem in three categories. Social, academic,
physical, and moral factors contribute to how high or how low a chil
Module Three: Discussion Questions
1. The subject of child day care is a controversial one. List different childcare options available to
families. What form of childcare do you think will be the most beneficial for your family? Discuss
the pros and cons
1. Explain the different forms of child abuse? Include Shaken Baby Syndrome in your response.
Response: The most common form of child abuse in the U.S. Is Physical abuse, which includes
the scratching, beating, punching and kicking or any
1. How is positive parenting different from negative parenting? Which do you think is more
Response: Negative parenting involves yelling and scrutinizing the child when hes not doing anything,
whereas positive parenting is commending the c
1. Do you think positive parenting techniques work? Why or why not?
Response: Parenting skills are the foundations that determine whether or not our children are going
to turn out as delinquents or pivotal individuals that make positive impacts in society
1. Why do teens lie according to the teens in the video?
Response: In the video, Emma states that the reason teens lie is: most kids lie is so that their parents
dont disapprove and that they dont get punished for it. Itsagain, its a two-way street. Which
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What Makes a Good Parent
1. What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
According to Dr. Tanya Byron, what makes a good parent is when they dont follow a
set book of rules. These rules
9.1 CPR - Work File
Can you save a life? In an emergency, when every second is critical, would
you know what to do?
According to recent statistics sudden cardiac arrest is rapidly becoming the
leading cause of death in America. Once the heart ceases to fu
04.06 Review and Critical Thinking
1. Positive parenting is an approach that sets to encourage good behavior in
children through clear guidelines & rules, good communication, rewarding &
modeling good behavior, and promoting self-est
05.07 Review and Critical Thinking
1. Communication is the sharing of meaning between two or more people.
Communication relates to parenting because in order to have a strong
parent-child relationship you must communicate.
02.07 Review and Critical Thinking
1. The areas that children define their self-esteem are social, physical,
academic, and moral factors.
2. In the first two year, a parent can create a strong parent-child bond to help
Module Four: Lab Questions
Positive Parenting: Get Past Teen Stereotypes
1. According to the teens in the video teens lie is so that their parents dont
disapprove and so they dont get punished.
2. To regain their parents trust teens must pr
Module Two: Lab Questions
1. No, I do not agree with Gever Tulley because safety regulations are put
into effect based on incidents that have already occurred to a number of
small children, not based on what COULD happen.
2. From playing wi
Module Two: Discussion Questions
1. I think discipline plays a huge role in developing a child's self-esteem - not
forgetting, of course, that discipline means to teach and guide, as opposed to
punishment. Punishment can totally compromise
01.08 Review and Critical Thinking
1. A biological parent gives birth to their child, an adoptive parent takes on
the responsibility of a biological parent if they are not able to do so for the
rest of the childs life, and
Module One: Lab Questions
What Makes a Good Parent?
1. According to Dr. Tanya Byron, not worrying too much about being a good
parent makes a good parent.
2. Some of the common problems that children might have are behavior
problems, sleep p
Rizaldo C. Mullings
1.1 Constructing Positive Self-esteem Work File
Read each statement in the chart below very carefully. Answer each statement with:
Never, Sometimes, or Always. (18 points)
1. I expect a lot from mysel
What is positive parenting?
Response: Positive parenting is described as an approach that seeks to encourage good behavior in
children through clear guidelines and rules, good communication, rewarding and modeling good
behavior, and promo