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Homework Help: Enhancing childrens self-esteem

Posted by Shilo on Sunday, May 8, 2011 at 8:10pm.

6. Most often, who is the most important influence on childrens self-referent thought?

a. Friends

b. Teachers

c. Themselves

d. Family

6. Most often during adolescense, a child is least likely to approach which of the following for support of his or her self esteem

a. a coach

b. a friend

c. a parent

d. a sibling

13. To help children understand and gain respect for authority in the classroom

a. stick to established rules whenever possible; avoid negotiation

b. limit the amount of direct eye contact you give to students

c. avoid being overly friendly or playful while in class

d. allow students to display freedom of choice and independence whenever possible

This book seems so difficult for me please help.


10. When setting guidelines or rules for children and enforcing them, the best advice is to

a. have several discipline measures in mind for consequences of misbehavior

b. have the children help determine the rules whenever possible.

c. post the rules in the room for everyone to see

d. give children three chances or "strikes" before taking disciplinary action

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