Study Assignment for Lesson 12
1. Illustrate an incident when a child should be helped, not punished.
2. What is the meaning of enforcing the setting of limits by giving help to a child?
3. What is included in the use of this positive approach?
4. What is the significance of unexpected incidents?
5. List as many helps as you can find to the positive approach to children’s behavior.
6. Write a short review of the conclusion of this course.
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Self-Check Test 12
In the space provided, mark the following statements “True” or “False.”
|______||1.||The only thing required in teaching a child a simple rule or a simple reason is to repeat it many times.|
|______||2.||All children need help in accepting limits.|
|______||3.||Supervision is necessary wherever limits are set up.|
|______||4.||Children will make a distinction between words and a real limit.|
|______||5.||The secret of disciplining is the setting of reasonable limits and enforcing them rigidly in kindness.|
|______||6.||Parents need to look on every incident that happens during the day as a crisis.|
|______||7.||The key to a positive approach is an over-all kind feeling for children.|
|______||8.||When an unpredictable situation arises, the basic spirit of the parent is on trial.|
|______||9.||When correcting a disturbing incident, eye-to-eye contact and a parent’s first words are both of supreme importance.|
|______||10.||Parents need to be looking ahead to the time when their children will have grown up.|
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