posted by Anon on .
When choosing a name for a child, how could a parent best use this study to help ensure the child's normal social development?
1 keep in mind that other characteristics are more important than name
2try not to choose an ethnic name
3Consider an unusual name because it will have positive results
4 choose a popular name to ensure that the child gets along with others.
5give the child a neutral name to prevent shyness
Does having an unusual name, such as Chastity, Englebert or Moon unit, have an effect on how a child develops? The results of some previous studies agrees with the commonsense idea that such as name could cause a child to be rejected or ridiculed and thus could have a negative effect on the child‘s intellectual or social development. It would seem logical that rejection and ridicule could cause a child to avoid social contact or lower motivation or interest in scholastic achievement. Two new studies, however, indicate that this is not so.
Once study which involved 23000 second to eleventh graders in Midwestern urban school district, found that unusual or undesirable names did not affect intellectual development. The other study, of 724 ninth and twelfth graders in two Midwestern high schools, found no problem in either intellectual or social development due to a person’s name. Apparently, concludes the first study, once we get to know someone, other characteristics besides their name become much more intellectual in how we react to them.
Because unusual names are often associated with ethnic groups, the research suggests that the apparent effect of names may actually be the effect of ethnic group membership. [But further research is needed to prove this.] Finally the research states that some evidence indicates that if a name does have an effect, which may rarely happen, it could be a positive effect as often as a negative effect. For example, an unusual name could help to “build character” or help you recall a person.
Question 1: I have (5)
Question 2: I have (c)
2>>Based on the result of the studies, what should an elementary teacher do to unsure that a child with an unusual name develops normal intellectual ability?
a- Make a special effort to ignore the child
b- Try to give the child a more acceptable nickname
c- Treat the child fairly, like others in the class
d- Protect the child from other children
e- Call attention to the child's name to "build character"
I disagree with your first answer.
I agree with your second answer.
I'm kind indecisive on first question (either answer: 1 or 3)
Jr. Balls can be the name.
lets be serious hear i mean that can really be the name of however or whatever your talking about
@illuminati you're a dumb ass lol learn how to put your words together it's HERE not HEAR as in I HEAR YOU... C'mon HERE...
which one of the following conclusions is supported by the results of these studies? 1)characteristics other than one's name have no effect on academic achievement. 2)Unusual names do not determine intellectual development. 3)Ethnic group membership is the main factor affecting social development. 4) In many cases,unusual name help to build character." 5) having an unusual name is one factor that affects both social and intellectual development.
I got (2)