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60 Free Essays on Discipline For Children

  1. Advantages and Disadva

    children and suggests that best way to discipline children is to talk to them. For example, if a child is scolded in the presence of others could cause them to retaliate and as result the children may react negatively towards parents. Thus harsh disciplinary act may cultivate obedience but it does not...

  2. Essay

    sentiment is behind the popular notion of discipline. But it is anti-freedom, anti-children, and anti-education. For fostering self-discipline is not possible in a climate of fear. What most people mean by "discipline" is this: "Do what you're told by authority, do it without hesitation or question...

  3. Discipline

    , physical, and intellectual development at the same time (Child Discipline). According to the Committee for Children (2004), "Parental discipline of children is designed to help children engage better with others and to modify or control their behavior. Providing appropriate discipline to children...

  4. Parenting Styles and Discipline

    behavior. An authoritarian style can have unintended side effects. When parents rigidly discipline, children can become rigid, obsessive and people-pleasing. They may experience shame and guilt. An authoritarian style doesn’t teach children healthy ways for managing emotions; the focus is on accepting...

  5. Disciplining Children

    also able to avoiding yelling, arguing or bickering about small things (Smiths, 2009). With effective child discipline at home, children can become a respective person throughout their life (Radzka, 2009). For example, if a child found a purse in class and do not know who owns it, he/she will give it...

  6. Advantages and Disadvantages of Disciplining Children

    leads to poor attachment to parents hence, children turn to stay away. For instance, while some parents give children comfort, love and empowerment, others may discipline children with the use of physical and harsh punishments. Due to this, children tend to feel uncared for and this leads to poor...

  7. Child Disipline

    THESIS Most all primary care givers discipline there children on some type of level. Caregivers that work full time jobs and need care provided for their child before proper school going ages opt for daycare centers. Most parents are anxious about leaving their children only because honestly they...

  8. Discipline

    May 1, 2009 Discipline Children sometimes choose to misbehave for several reasons. It can be for just attention, a toy or any other object, peer approval, or any other reasons. This...

  9. Decepline

    people, however, associate the word with punishment, which falls short of the full meaning of the word. Discipline, properly practiced, uses a multifaceted approach, including models, rewards, and punishments that teach and reinforce desired behavior. Through discipline, children are able to learn self...

  10. three kind of disciplines

    get the result he wants. A child meets this kind of discipline every time he tries to do something that is why according to Holt, it is very important in school to give children the opportunity to do more things instead of reading or listening to teachers talk. The learner does not have to wait for...

  11. Discipline on Children

    to have an entirely positive outcome for the children or they might be put at risk. Physical punishment may sometimes look like a straightforward and appropriate method of discipline but may become ineffective and potentially harmful to children and families (“The National Child Traumatic Stress...

  12. Book Review Positive Discpline

    book is to give a very practical set of guidelines for parents and teachers who wish to help their children develop self-disciplines, responsibility, and positive capabilities and attitudes. Quotes: 1. Pages 13 &14 “Positive Discipline is not humiliating to children, nor to adults...

  13. Child Behavior

    hungry, sick, or tired. Whatever may be the reason or situation, it should be left upon the parent to discipline their child/children. Some behaviors are age appropriate and should be expected. Others may be because the child is use to getting his/her way or due to a mental disability or syndrome such...

  14. Views and Opinions on the Effectiveness of Corporal Punishment to Discipline a Child

    Corporal Punishment Is Effective in Disciplining Children ENG 122 Professor Heather Altfeld December 18, 2008 Corporal Punishment Is Effective in Disciplining Children There are differing views as to whether corporal punishment is effective in disciplining a child or whether...

  15. Psy/ 101 Final Paper

    Corporal Punishment LaShawnda White PSY/101 March 10, 2012 Donna Rail-Baker Corporal Punishment Corporal punishment is used as a discipline method for children. One of the most commonly used discipline methods in America is corporal punishment [ (Gershoff & Larzelere, 2002) ]. Is...

  16. Discipline and Guidance

    properly executed, the children will establish the proper skills to maintain appropriate behavior. A good understanding of children and guidance techniques is the basis for effective discipline. (NCAA – Guidance and Discipline 1995.) There is not a right way or perfect way to discipline...

  17. Children

    Children Discipline for children is really important, and effective discipline teaches children to control their behavior, children are naturally curious and may sometimes go beyond the limits parents set. It is the job of a parent, guardian or educational institution to discipline a child and...

  18. Difference Between Child Abuse and Child Discipline

    , firmness, and reminders 1. Discipline involves teaching a child right from wrong. Many people may raise their children differently than you. There is no one right way to raise a child. Children need to learn to respect the rights of others. The best way to discipline your children is stay...

  19. Positive & Negative Parenting

    necessary when it comes to raising children, it may be hard for a parent to tell where discipline ends and abuse begins. Let us first begin with discipline. What is discipline? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines discipline as “a means to instruct a person to follow a particular code of conduct...

  20. Discipline in Children

    Discipline is a dreaded word especially for children (even for some grown-ups). It represents a systematic and organized approach to all our activities. It is the cornerstone for success in professional endeavors. Even in today’s age of management jargon, discipline is relevant. It has...

  21. Behavior Managment

    individual needs and behaviors of children at various stages. This is also true with discipline. The goal of discipline is not to influence behavior through fear of punishment, but to support the development of self-control and problem-solving skills. There are several ways to guide children and help...

  22. Position Paper- Child Abuse and Discipline

    PARENTAL DISCIPLINE AND ABUSE Parental discipline and child abuse are among the most controversial topics currently, and they cause serious problems for children in the United States. Child abuse essentially focuses on the child’s bad behaviors and gives the child emotional and physical...

  23. How to Make Children Mind Without Losing Yours

    through, grabbing vine after vine, holding on for dear life. Reality discipline is a consistent, decisive and respectful way for parents to love and discipline their children. It is a mixture between authoritarian and permissive styles of discipline, giving kids some choices, but also holding them...

  24. Child Abuse

    What is child abuse and what is disciplining a child? Some people think that these two terms are different while others think they are the same. People feel that it’s not okay for a parent to discipline their children. Discipline is referred to as a way to gain instant willingness and obedience to...

  25. Corporal Punishment

    Is Corporal Punishment Needed to Discipline Children? Kenneshea Q. Alexander PSY101 Mahaliah Bowman-Campbell 29 April 2013 I. Introduction Why discipline children? Who should be the disciplinary? What are the causes and effects of corporal punishment? Thesis Statement Corporal...

  26. Different Styles of Disciplining

    wields all power and none can usurp his power or question his authority. We find this mainly from the old world or old school forms of discipline, this was formed from the innate psychology that the man or the father feels that he is the “end all” of all discussion with the reprimanding of children and...

  27. The Effects of Using Physical Punishment to Discipline Children

    children you have to ask yourself some questions. Does the discipline stop the behavior? How many times have you received physical punishment for discipline as a kid? How many times have you repeated the bad behavior you received physical punishment for? Physical punishment also known as corporal...

  28. Parenting: Millions of Possibilities

    children have their own way of being disciplined. It is the parent’s responsibility to be able to learn how to discipline their children in a fitting and effective manner. For example, Johnny’s father may discipline him differently than Johnny’s friend Billy’s father will discipline Billy. To break it...

  29. Into the World

    to parents who have children in the age of 10-15 years old. Case study: closely study one person who was hit as a child, and there beliefs about using physical punishment as a form of discipline. Through these methodologies, research and by completing this pip, I wish to have a deeper, howler and...

  30. Holt

    the tasks that will be required for the position. Holt’s definition of each type of discipline does a good job of simplifying the way children learn into easy to understand classifications. It also makes each kind easy for people to identify for themselves. By relating each kind of...