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TITLE OF DOCUMENT:

When a child does not behave properly

NAME OF AUTHOR(S):

Stefa Grigalevičienė

NAME OF PUBLISHER:

Prienai „Ažuolas“ Basic School

LANGUAGE OF DOCUMENT:

English

LANGUAGE OF THE REVIEW:

English

KEYWORDS:

Bullying, school, family

DOCUMENT TYPOLOGY:

Web Article

TARGET GROUP OF PUBLICATION:

Parents.

SIZE OF THE PUBLICATION:

1 - 20 pages

DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS:

Nowadays, when everyone is very busy, most of parents tend to blame their children rather than praise them. And it is not because they want to be bad parents. Just when the children are calm and quiet, parents use this opportunity and simply do their jobs. However, when children began to behave in a bad way, they drop everything and start shouting. This response from parents will determine whether or not this kind of children's behavior will repeat.

REVIEWER’S COMMENTS ON THE DOCUMENT:

Parents often unreasonably require their children's 'reasonable' conduct. According to his/her age a child may simply be unable to understand many things. The long chat about the good or bad behavior usually does not lead to any results except for increased attention to the child itself.
The author of the article points out that every parent should be aware that responses to the child's behavior can be based solely on the vision of what is going on, really not knowing what the child feels. And if the child's behavior will be viewed only from adults point of view his actions can be misinterpreted and he will get too much attention, so in this way the situation will not improve.
The author notes that when an adult and a child argue, it is useful to ask yourself the following question: - Who has to be smarter when dealing with argument - a child or an adult?

PDF OF THE PUBLICATION:

45 Kai vaikas netinkamai elgiasi.pdf

NAME OF THE REVIEWING ORGANISATION:

KTU

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