Free Essays on Discipline For Children

  1. Bettina DuganWR 122Kathleen BustamanteAssignment 2April 28

    2014 Discipline vs. Punishment Child discipline is something that we have all experienced personally in different forms, seen used on others, and is also to some degree what many of us will go on to practice later in life with our own children. Each person has their own opinion on what discipline is and...

  2. Discipline

    Discipline is an important component of the growth process of children (Child Discipline). Since the beginning of time, discipline techniques used have varied with each family. However, the general importance of discipline within a household has been commonly accepted. One may ask, "What is discipline...

  3. Disciplining Children

    advantages and disadvantages of disciplining children. Firstly, it will evaluate the disadvantage side of disciplining children and it will include the bad relationship it can create between children and parents, lack of social interaction and then children can become verbally disrespectful. Secondly...

  4. Discipline on Children

    Discipline can become a challenge for parents today and choosing the right method is something that parents should take very seriously. Physical punishment is one form of discipline that parents employ. In fact, most parents believe that physical punishment is an acceptable form of discipline (“The National...

  5. Essay

    Discipline Is Not Punishment  Where Is this Much-Taught Discipline? A week doesn't go by without a telephone call from some stranger wanting to speak to someone I never heard of. Why so many wrong numbers? Is the simple discipline of finding the correct number and pushing the phone buttons accurately...

  6. 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 harms...

  7. Difference Between Child Abuse and Child Discipline

    use anger in non self control. Non-accidental physical injury occurs. Discipline is when your are trying to raise your child correctly and teaching them how to respect themselves and others. Laws on physical abuse and discipline are very different in each state, wqsome states are too lenient and need...

  8. Into the World

    Pip My personal interest project Heck I am fine… “What is the effect of physical abuse on children??? PIP My personal interest project Introduction When I first heard of the personal interest project, various ideas swarmed in my mind. It took an agonising long time to choose a...

  9. 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 punishment...

  10. three kind of disciplines

    In this section Three Kinds of Discipline from his book Freedom and Beyond, John Holt states that besides discipline from parents and teachers, discipline comes from a child's environment as well. The author's purpose is to inform people about kinds of disciplines he states there are according to many...

  11. Advantages and Disadva

    essay is about disciplining children. It will focus on the various disadvantages and advantages of disciplining children. To begin with will it will firstly present the disadvantage of disciplining children which includes firstly it leads to rebellious behavior of children secondly it contributes to emotional...

  12. Abuse vs Discipline

    Blake Moss Abuse Versus Discipline A mother spanks her child in a public parking lot. While a nearby citizen watches in horror and begins to dial 911. Is this wrong? Does the mother have authority to do this to her own child? Who gets to decide how the mother disciplines her child? Why here? These...

  13. Discipline

    Discipline Discipline is the process of teaching the child what type of behavior is acceptable and what type is not acceptable, it teaches a child to follow rules. Discipline may involve both punishment, such as a time out, and, more importantly, rewards. It sounds so straightforward, yet every parent...

  14. Discipline

     Discipline Provides a Foundation 3 Growing up the main focal point in a child’s journey to adulthood is discipline. Discipline provides the foundation for...

  15. Lack of Discipline in Children

    of Discipline in Children ENG 101 Evelyn Hill January 28, 2013 Walk into any public and look around; what do you see? Most people would say; products, people, families, and children. Next, watch some of the children for just a minute and listen to them. There are probably some children playing...

  16. Why children should be disciplined

    I am a mother of two wonderful children. I discipline my children each and every day, and it is not punishment. I correct them on how they use their word and how they eat. I also discipline them on how they play with each other. It doesn't end there I show them how to do the right things and how to do...

  17. Different Styles of Disciplining

    Carl Hellard English Comp 1 Michael Lake 6/14/2011 Discipline In today’s society we have more violence, more disrespect for others and just a general indifference towards others. Be it one person towards another, one generation against the former or latter generation or the one sex domestic violating...

  18. child discipline

    people believe spanking children and physically punishing them is a good way to discipline. Disciplining a child should be very much a part of a child’s life in an a safe effective way. Everyone has questions about his or her child’s action and the best approach to discipline. There are positive and...

  19. Effective Discipline in the 21st Century

    this essay on Effective Discipline in the 21st Century, all the articles, sources, and teachers I talked to all said that the most effective disciplinarian is an assertive teacher. In the following paragraphs I will discuss what discipline is, how teachers can deal with discipline and different techniques...

  20. Research Paper CCOU 302

     Child Discipline and Child Abuse: The Thin Line Between the Two Hollie Thomas Liberty University Abstract The topic of this paper is child discipline and child abuse. There is a fine line between child discipline and child abuse. Parents need to learn where that line is and not to cross...

  21. Psy/ 101 Final Paper

    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 corporal punishment considered to be an effective form of discipline for children? Many parents’ opinions are different...

  22. 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 metamorphosed...

  23. Health Perspectives

    injury to a child from punching, biting, kicking, and even shaking. In many cases, physical abuse results in inappropriate or excessive physical discipline. Second type of Child Maltreatment would be Child Neglect, or failure to provide for the basic needs. Neglect can be Physical, Educational, or...

  24. Literature Review on Behaviour modification strategies used in classrooms

    cognitive and metacognitive strategies (Meece, 1994) as well as good discipline and classroom management. Whilst not ignoring the value of cognitive and metacognitive strategies for effective learning, recent research has stated that discipline and classroom management is probably the most taxing aspect of...

  25. Assess the view that the nuclear family is functional for its members

    its membersAssess the view that the nuclear family is functional for its members A nuclear family is defined as a father, mother and one or more children all living in the same household. In this essay I will be assessing the views that the nuclear family is functional for all of its members, to do...

  26. spank child help

    Home Babies & Children The Argument For Spanking Vs. Not Spanking Your Child The Argument For Spanking Vs. Not Spanking Your Child More Like This Spanking Vs. Alternate Punishments? Should I Spank My Child Alternatives To Spanking Your Child Discipline Without Spanking ...

  27. Why spanking works.

    family if they don't discipline their children. It is one of the first questions I ask the parents, because in my experience, if parents do not discipline their children, their kids are brats. I believe that though seen as one of the stickiest issues in childrearing, discipline is also the most important...

  28. Decepline

    obtained by enforcing compliance or order. A systematic method to obtain obedience: a military discipline. A state of order based on submission to rules and authority: a teacher who demanded discipline in the classroom. Punishment intended to correct or train. A set of rules or methods, as those...

  29. Parenting Styles and Discipline

    Parenting Styles and Discipline There are three parenting styles and who you are as a parent has a lot to do with the way your child responds to you. The authoritarian parent values obedience. The rules are clear but inflexible. Misbehavior is strictly punished. In this type of environment, it is...

  30. Child Behavior

    Some may not agree to my personal opinions or findings and this is why I have chosen this topic. “Yes”! Children do have worse behavior without a doubt than they did years ago, because children these days have access to electronic devices, phones, social media, Youtube and other things that we did not...