Eighteen years of teaching a child is no easy task but when you are punished for your child’s stupid actions the years drag by. You have to teach your kids to be polite, respectful, and how to count to two. As your child grows older and old parents need to be active in their child’s lives. When parents are inactive in their children’s lives, the children usually turn to illegal behaviors to receive more attention. By forcing parents to take responsibility for their children’s illegal actions will make the parents teach their children right from wrong, creating more responsible kids.
When you consider that these Amish adolescents have had a forced restriction ... ... middle of paper ... ...Amish community- whether they resent it or not. The Amish culture is admirable because of their restraint and dedication to their belief. However, their neglect for their children’s actions during Rumspringa is increasing their exposure to damaging behaviors. The hands-off approach is presented as this tolerant attitude toward Rumspringa youth while they explore the sin-filled world. In reality, I think these parents are purposefully not providing these young adults with the education and advice that they need to ensure that they will fall victim to an unsatisfying life- full of shallow relationships, declining health, disappearing funds, and no purpose beyond the next party.
Some of them could not help getting distracted or just did not understand what the teacher expected. Schools are now doing their best to improve their teaching strategies and the main reason why is because “no two kids are alike, not in their behavior, in their potential to learn, or in the way they will respond to a particular instructional approach” (Smith). With the education system doing their part to help kids instead of stamping them as a bad kid and disregarding them in the class room a better understanding of what a bad kid is not has come to life. The rest of society needs to jump on the wagon and redefine the term bad kid to a kid that knows the bad they are doing not one who does
All parents should have knowledge about the harms caused by the physical punishment. A child who is physically punished without being told why, may develop less self-respect and have weak personality and this can make it difficult for him to adjust socially in school and with his friends. Parents have to change some of their beliefs and ideas about how children should be raised. It is possible to avoid the use of physical force in the home and schools, and doing so will help us move closer to remove violence from our society. Protection of children’s rights will ensure a better generation to live in a peaceful society.
If my answer is wrong, he goes to work on me with the bamboo shoot”(62). Looking for acceptance and relief from everything that was happening at home lead Su to hang out with the wrong people, “My problems don’t feel like problems anymore. I find myself laughing them away with the Street Ratz” (157).Today, Lac Su has done very well as a professional. He's finished his education. He was also able to look back and see all the angles of his father’s life.... ... middle of paper ... ...ow the wrong crowd.
But he wouldn’t always follow his dad’s example, as in his high school he became friends with the wrong group of people and he experimenting with drugs and other vile things became his hobby. Actually, his looks were nothing like that of a hero, he would only care ab... ... middle of paper ... ...to the same mistakes that he did in his past. And helps them grow in the right path so that when they grow up, they can also help others and spread hope in the world. He visits the elderly and gives them his attention and a friend for them to talk to. As well as visiting the needy and the homeless, giving them food, clothes, and hope for the future.
“He stole his father’s gun…and did not shoot three or four fingers off, he struck his little sister on the temple…he came home drunk…”( 22-23) and nothing bad happened to him. According to the beliefs, religions try to assure children that Jim should have been drowned or died in a horrible way but instead, “he married, got wealthy will all manner of cheating and rascality… and is universally respected” (23). On the contrary, the good little boy, who “always obeyed his parents, no matter how absurd and unreasonable their demands were; learned his book and went to Sabatth school” (48) did not prosper. Once he tried to follow the example of the good little boys, he found himself with various problems.
Parents need to stop blaming themselves whenever their children make bad choices because it is the child himself that makes that decision, not the parents. Ultimately, the antisocial child knows difference between what is right and what is wrong. Many try to argue that the bad environment a child is... ... middle of paper ... ...isery of others. In an example from the book, Samenow stated that if a handicapped child tripped and fell the antisocial child would be the one taunting him. The antisocial child’s main objective is to gratify his needs and he doesn’t care who he manipulates or injures along the way.
School is a step to success; getting students to come together more and become antisocial but abolishing class is not what should pass along with giving days off and doing away with curriculum is not the answer to helping children. This will not help but only hurt them for the future and hurt our country they will not be prepared and will be lazy. Parents and adults need to help motivate children they can not do it themselves as holt says we should we need guidence. School is a chance before reality where mistakes are allowed and one 's judgment is tested along with responsibility, discipline and moral
This type of behavior is explained by Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development. Don-egg is in the preoperational stage. Don-egg is showing centration by only focusing on how he did not have toys when all the other children did. Also, he is showing egocentrism by assuming others want him to have the toys because that is how he thinks. Lastly, he could have animistic thinking towards the toys and believed that they hated the other kids, but liked him.