Altogether, the child is a fun-loving little girl who is learning very quickly and is enjoying every minute of it. There were times when she was cranky and was upset for doing things that were dangerous to her, but she has no problems with behavior or temperament. Conclusion The observation project was a very interesting task. By observing, I noticed many things about children that I would normally not take the time to see. The importance of development in early childhood needs to be stressed to parents because it impacts them late in life.
Maria and I never really have deeply connected emotionally but we still have such a great friend ship. With all of these components of her personality is what really bonded us together for all of these years. We still hang out and do crazy things just as we would when we were kids. Her consistency in her life has never changed and I admire how true she stays to her self. She has made me realize the need for balance of keeping a relaxed but cheery attitude, and to never live a boring life, always excite things up as much as you
Katherine seems to demonstrate referent power. She has a very caring and friendly side to her that draws people in and makes them want to listen to what she has to say. She seems to be unaware of the power she possesses and is not pushy with her views of the other members’ issues. Nor does she consume the group with her own views of her problems. This is a positive sign for all the members of the group especially when discussing social norms for domestic
I could understand, even at my age, why the other children didn’t like her, but to me that’s what made her so vitally interesting. She knew she was different, and she embraced it. Even today, I’ll always remember her as one of the kindest, purest, most carefree person I will ever have the privilege of knowing. She never cared about what anyone ever thought about her. I sometimes think she was born a few decades off, because she always reminded me of a hippie with her straight long blonde hair, glasses, and her carefree spirit.
When asked what makes her unhappy she said, "I do not mope or get sad about other people. I am never sad." She has many activities that contribute to her happiness. They include meeting and being with people, learning and taking classes, sewing, and basically keeping active. When asked how other people's attitudes affect her, Emelie said that she is concerned when there is arguing, or when people are sad.
When Emily escorted Anna back to her seat, she whisper something in Anna ear and Anna shouted “no mama, please.” I observed that Emily probably is an Authoritative parent. In the text, Authoritative parents are ones who balanced interaction between structure and nurture. When Emily allowed Anna to play, Anna was self –reluctant and did not cry because her mother was not in presence, as children who have attachment issues do. Anna enjoyed exploring her environment and playing with other children, independently. Anna seemed to be thriving at a normal social and mental level.
That capacity for intense attachments reminded me of her mother: still she did not resemble her: for she could be soft and mild as a dove, and she had a gentle voice and pensive expression: her anger was never furious; her love never fierce: it was deep and tender. However, it must be acknowledged, she had faults to foil her gifts. A propensity to be saucy was one; and a perverse will, that indulged children invariably acquire, whether they be good tempered or cross … Fortunately, curiosity and a quick intellect made her an apt scholar: she learned rapidly and eagerly, and did honour to his teaching. One day while out exploring against her father’s wishes, Catherine comes across ... ... middle of paper ... ...areton had been born into. Linton spent much of his time trying his best to please his father so that he might not be angry at him.
Sometimes Meredith can recite a story to me about something that has happened, but most of the time she talks about things she likes. The vocabulary Meredith has consists of very simple words and she can form simple sentences. Meredith has a fairly decent memory and loves to tell people things her mother tries and teaches her. Meredith has adequate social and emotional development. She is very shy and does not talk to many strangers.
I am happy at the fact that the staff at NP are very friendly and they do not sound bored or angry even when faced with difficult students like in my situation. Usually people would retaliate and make rude comments but this lady who answered my call. Instead she was very diplomatic and patient and answered all of my questions in a cheerful tone. This service is not one that I encounter in Singapore. However this is actu... ... middle of paper ... ...dingly so that I make sure I fully understand what my friend is trying to say.
Finally, she moves in with her new Mama. The novel is a story told by Ellen. Ellen is a smart and calm young girl. It is told in a manner that nothing major ever takes place but actually many important events happen. You would think that these events would effect a young girl much more than they affect Ellen.