Module 7 Text Questions
What are youth organizations?
Youth organizations are groups that aim to improve certain characteristics
in the youth and also impact the surrounding community in a positive way.
They want to help improve the youth
List the youth organizations where you volunteered and served
while completing Parenting Skills? What benefits do you think you
gained from your participation?
I have served with my National Honors Society, one of my local elementary
What type of family do you live in? What is the
composition of your family? What are the advantages and
disadvantages of this particular composition?
I live in a nuclear family except with a weird make up. I am not
related to my paren
Module Seven Lab Questions
Kids, take charge
What word does Kiran Bir Sethi like? Why do you think she likes
this particular word?
Sethi likes the word contagious. I think she likes it because many positive
things can be contagious and affect people in aw
Who is someone that you feel you have a positive relationship
with? What role do you think openness and truthfulness have in
making this relationship positive?
I have a positive relationship with one of my church members M
Module One; Text Questions
1.What are the differences between being a biological
parent, an adoptive parent, and a foster parent?
A biological parent gives birth to the child and the child may have similar
Does assistive technology positively or negatively affect
parents and family members? Explain your position and
support how technology influences parenting of a special
I feel technology positively affects parents and family mem
MODULE 2 Discussion Questions
What role do you think discipline plays in developing a childs self-esteem?
I think discipline could hinder a childs self-esteem because if a child receives discipline
frequently they can start to feel that they d
Module Three Lab
Learn About Positive Parenting
How is positive parenting different from negative parenting?
Positive parenting is where a parent will acknowledge when a child is being good and
will say something positive about their action. Negative pare
Module 8 Discussion
What are some of the ways that your parent(s) or
caregivers use technology to help them care for or support
you? How do your parents and you benefit from
technology? Describe how parents can learn about new
technology to help with pare
Module One: Text Questions
1. Discuss one of the common myths of becoming a parent and why it is not true.
One of the most common misconception of becoming a parent is that all parents are perfect
which is not true at all. Everyone is hum
1.Who is someone you think you have a positive relationship with? In 35 sentences, what role do you
think openness and truthfulness have in making this relationship positive?
My mom and I have a mostly positive relationship. Truthfulness and o
1.Refer to lesson 4.05 and click on the U.S. Government link in the text. Research one of the topics listed
(i.e., childproofing your home, finding a school, talking to your teen about drugs, talking to your kids
about money) and summarize the
1. In what areas do children and adolescents define their self-esteem?
Social, personal worth or worthiness, and values.
2. What can a parent do, in the first two years of their childs life, to help the
child develop good self-esteem?
MODULE ONE: TEST QUESTION
1.Discuss one the common myths of becoming a parent and
why it is not true.
Your child will be a miniature version of yourself. There is no
way to guarantee that your child will share any of
1.According to the teenagers on the panel, why do teens lie or not tell the whole truth to their parents?
The parents need to understand that they struggle with doing good and mattering. They need to help
them through the tough aspects of thei
1.Explain the difference between a protective environment and a nurturing environment.
Protective is when the parents are very strict, and a nurturing is when the parents are there for them.
2.What are characteristics of a nurturing parent? Wh
1. Does age have anything to do with behavior? Why or why not?
No, because its about the person, rather than their age. Any age can have any behavior. It is all a matter
of how you think.
2. Why does Adora say that adults and kids should have
1.Imagine you are a new parent and have decided to go back to work, so you need to choose a childcare
option for your child. In 35 sentences, describe which option you would choose and why you think it
would be the best choice for your child a
1.Describe the concept of positive parenting and provide an example.
Positive parenting is when a parent tries to teach and understand a childs point of view rather than
grounding a child for every mistake they make.
2.Compare and contrast dis
1.Describe three aspects of effective communication as they relate to parenting.
Be a good listener, develop a strong relationship, and ask relevant questions.
2.How does negative communication differ from positive communication?
1.Describe how positive parenting can be more beneficial to a child than negative parenting. Do you
think positive parenting is more effective? Why or why not?
It doesnt put the child down, and yes. It is more effective because the child is no
Module 1 Lab Questions
What Makes A Good Parent?
What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
Byron feels a parent that doesnt worry too much about being a good
parents, makes a good parent.
What are some of the common problems that
How can parents avoid temper tantrums?
Parents can avoid a temper tantrum by preparing for one ahead of time.
What are the A, B, Cs?
The ABCs are A attribute, like saying you want them to be a better kid , B
as in behavior li
1. What are the differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive
parent, and a foster parent?
The differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive parent, and foster parent is
being a biological parent means you are pr
1.10 Lab Questions
First Lab Link:
1. What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron is an individual who does not worry too much
about being a good parent.
2. What are some of the common probl
Module Two: Text Questions
1. In what areas do children and adolescents define their self-esteem?
The areas children and adolescents define their self-esteem are in social, academic, physical and moral
areas. Social self-esteem is when a
2.09 Lab Questions
1. DO YOU AGREE WITH GEVER TULLEY THAT THE INCREASING SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR
CHILDREN ARE LIMITING CHILDRENS OPPORTUNITIES TO INTERACT WITH THE WORLD
AROUND THEM? WHY OR WHY NOT?
Yes I agree with Gever Tulley that increasing safety regu
Do you think positive parenting techniques work? Why
or why not? I think positive parenting does work because it makes the
child understand that the parent cares and is not a dictator but a teacher.
The child can read the
Module One Discussion Questions
1. What are the different parenting styles used by
families? Which do you think is better? Why?
The different styles of parenting includes authoritarian style, permissive
style and democratic style. I think demo
Module 8 Text Questions
Describe the case of Genie. What happened to her?
Why is this case important?
Genie was a girl that was locked up since she was an infant. She was
never spoken too and was only fed baby food. She didnt develop corr
MODULE 2 Lab Questions
Do you agree with Gever Tulley that the increasing safety regulations for
children are limiting childrens opportunities to interact with the world
around them? Why or why not?
I agree with Tulley because if a child does not make mis
MODULE FOUR TEXT QUESTIONS
1. What is positive parenting?
Positive parenting is when a parent recognizes a child when the child makes positive
choices like sharing or playing nice with other children.
2. What is discipline? Ho