Task 1 Question 1
It is not only parenting styles that can impact on a child’s behaviour, other factors such changes in a child’s life can also affect behaviour Task 1 Question 2
Evidence for point 1:
•Colloby et al. (2012, ch 2) With the focal family in the son Thomas’s behaviour since being diagnosed with having a hearing impairment has had a significant effect on the family. •Colloby et al. (2012, ch 2) Thomas was introduced to a speech and language therapist. Task 1 Question 1
Early learning stages of a child’s life can create an impact on children’s behaviour Task 1 Question 2
Evidence for point 2:
•Colloby et al. (2012, p.42) states Swiss biologist and psychologist Jean Piaget (1896-1980) “is renowned for his four-stage model of child development that linked children’s behaviour to different stages of development” •Colloby et al. (2012, p.42) shows a table of Piaget's first two stages of cognitive development and how these relate to key characteristics of children’s play
•Colloby et al. (2012, p.43) Russian psychologist, Vygotsky (1896-1934) argued that “Piaget had underestimated the role of language and social interaction in cognitive development and that children learn best in a social context with a ‘more knowledgeable other’ – someone who can support and encourage them in their learning” •Colloby et al. (2012, p.43) states “Vygotsky believed that learning occurs when a child is supported by another person to do what they could not do alone. He called this the ‘zone of proximal development’”. •Colloby et al. (2012, p.44) states “Feund (1990) conducted a study where young children were involved in placing furniture in a doll’s house. She concluded that playing alongside a ‘more knowledgeable other’ helped the child to achieve the next step in their own learning thereby achieving something they could not have done alone” Task 1 Question 1
Transition in children’s lives can impact on their behaviour when a transition to daycare or school occurs. Task 1 Question 2
Evidence for point 3:
•Colloby et al. (2012, p.47) states “Childcare professionals play an important role in the lives of the twenty-first century family for a number of reasons” •Colloby et al. (2012, p.47) states “it is much more common for both parents to go out to work, either full or part time, and so children may be accessing day-care settings for at least some of the time, before they go to school” Task 1 Question 1
The involvement of professionals and having to build new relationships can impact on a child’s behaviour Task 1 Question 2
Evidence for point 4:
•Colloby et al. (2012, ch 2) the son Thomas has had to build new relationships and adapt to changes that he is not familiar and comfortable with. With the involvement of professionals Thomas was introduced to a speech and language therapist Task 1 Question 3
The focus of this essay is to describe the three parenting styles and to discuss how they might impact on children’s behaviour. The three parenting styles are authoritarian parent, an authoritative parent and a permissive parent. I am also going to describe other factors that may impact on children’s behaviour, such as changes in a child’s life, the involvement of professionals in children’s lives, the early learning stages and also the transition children experience when having to detach from their primary carer to attend day-care or school.
Authoritarian parents are considered as being disciplined, strict and controlling. Rules are set and they expect their child to follow them. They will not allow the child to make any choices or decisions of their own. They use a tough disciplined technique. The rules imposed are not open to negotiation with the child. They often will not explain the reasons why the...