Article-Spare the Rod or Spoil the Child: I agree with this article
As I was reading the article "Excitation and Inhibition" it talked about how , to make a working nervous system, only two forces are necessary: excitation and inhibition. Excitatory signaling from one cell to the next makes the latter cell more likely to fire. Inhibitory signaling makes the latter cell less likely to fire.
I read he article about corpal punishment. Most men punish their children with a whopping or other things. Many women are not comfortable with it, children as young as 1 get punished this way and many people in the United States are completely against it. I feel as if there should be a good reason for it. If it's something small then you should just put your children in time out or tell them no. If it's bigger it's your choice to hit them or not.
its something we can relate to because as a kid my parents disciplined my sister and i by spanking and by belts. but as we got older it changed to standing in the corner. i don't believe in beating your child . it teaches them too much fear with your parents
I disagree with this article.
I think that this is a great thing to think about because Kids that need help should get the help they need
I don't agree with some of the reading. It is saying that if a child is spanked for discipline, they will act out more or even have aggressive behavior problems. When I was younger I was spanked. I don't act out anymore because I learned not to do things that could get me in trouble. No, they weren't hurting me, but they were setting a reinforcement in my head. The part I agree on is the positive parenting. They shaped me the way I am today and I don't get in much trouble. Yes, I make mistakes, but I learn never to do them again. Punishments are meant for you to stop doing the action that caused the punishment.
Whenever someone starts something there is always a starting pay. The initial anchor is higher than the starting anchor. Anchors may thinks if you think something is negotiable or not. In one instants it could be used for buying a used car. This could help if the people know if its a good deal or not.
Whenever negotiating a significant number is usually the first number,that is how you keep people engaged.So if you negotiate your anchor(start out price) high then the ending result will be higher.Anchor can have significance of a very specific meaning to the number or can make you think what you think is negotiable.
I chose the anchor price article. It says that if you are buying something that could be negotiated, the seller gives a big price. They could say $500,000. But the real price could be $522,000. She they just rounded. Which is actually a big difference when buying something. The seller then negotiates to a lower price that isn't out of the ballpark price range. So to some people, just hearing the first price makes them want to negotiate to a lower price
I can relate to the article i read because I sell a lot of things. Of course I want the most money I can get for it so i set my "anchor" a little higher, but it also helps the buyer to not low ball me either.
People want to ban corporal punishment for children. They say that it is bad for the children's well being. Children who are spanked will turn out to dislike their parents or be afraid of them. I believe that corporal punishment can be a good or bad thing. It's a good thing to teach your child a lesson but if it is done often then it will only teach them to be afraid of you. They won't come to you when they are going through stuff and when they need advise.
I read the article, "Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child?". The article was about how many US states called to have the "no spanking" law passed. But people still continue to physically discipline their children. Some parents view it as positive reinforcement thinking that it will scare them not to do the action again.
Myths say that children with special needs shouldn't be bilingual, and if they are already learning a minority language, they should stop. This doesn't seem to be true though. Research shows that children with special needs are in fact able to learn another language. Myths have said that it could affect the child's ability to learn one language, but this myth is wrong, and even though it isn't difficult, special needs children can learn a new language.
The cause was the child was displaying significant aggression or attention problems. The effect is both parents interacted with their child while completing a family interaction puzzle task.
This article basically talks about how Bilingual children can speak two different lagnuages but also get affected by diseases like, Down Syndrome and Autism.
I disagree with this article. In the says that no spanking your child laws should be passed. I feel as if your child has done something to where they deserve a spanking, you should be able to spank them. I do agree that some parents go overboard when punishing their child but most parents know how to control themselves. Discipline should not be band. So I would say I disagree with this article.
The article that I read was called "Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child?" Research was done on how physical discipline affects children. In research that they did, they found out that children who were slapped or spanked at the age of two were more likely to show later problems with aggression and attention later on in life.
I agree that harsh acts of teaching/ or corporal punishments a child can cause problems later on in life such as feels of neglect/ or hostility from parents, some my grow up to become aggressive themselves
article- spare the rod spoil the child. I can't really agree or disagree. Sure, corpral punishment might lead to other problems, but for most it doesn't.
I could totally relate to this topic of supporting bilingual children with special education needs. I am bilingual myself so it is easy for me to maintain both languages that I speak frequently and I believe that one may forget their native language because they don't encounter the language often at home, school, or public. Being bilingual even if someone have special needs is not impossible either, but the parents of the kids might be scared to let them learn another language.
I was reading about the spoiled children and I think it should stay parents should be able to spank their kids
In the article I read today it talked about how disciplining your child is now banned in most schools but is still used in some of the worlds countries. Most people who are older can recall a strap used for disciplining when they were younger. Now a days researchers think that using these methods could cause anger or acting out episodes.
Its about kids getting punished and how states to pass no-spanking laws, many parents continue to insist on the right to use corporal punishment to discipline their own children. Long regarded as a parental duty, especially in traditional cultures, advocates of corporal punishment often cite the importance of physical punishments in training children in appropriate behavior. Surveys has show that 24 percent of one-year-old children and 33 percent of 3-year-olds are spanked in a given month, with boys being more likely in general to experience physical discipline than girls.
I read an article about punishment. most people punishment their kids at a young age and by whoopping them not just by grounding them or taking their celluar device they go behind the point
I agree because our own actions can impact others and others not show it because we think they ok with it