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5) What are your overall conclusion about the article? Also give two original examples of how the information in the article could be applied to real life on to working with children in the home and the second to working with them in community settings such as school.

Are my examples good enough?

Overall, the points Allen made are supported by scientific information. The author provided good examples to help children develop resiliency that can be beneficial to non-child development people. Divorced parents with children can apply the information in this article to help their children overcome this adversity. Parents can teach their children to say, “I am a good son or daughter.” This can help children develop their internal resource of resilience. The parents can also teach their children to say “I have my mother and father whom I can trust.” If parents follow the suggested activities and opportunities the author mentions in the article, they can develop trust with their children. Parents can also teach their children to say, “I can tell my mother or father what is bothering me.” This thought process can help children vent out their frustrations, confusions, and sadness over their parents’ divorce. Teachers can also help children build their external resource of resilience by encouraging them to do things on their own and to seek help when it is needed. They can help children build their internal resource by helping them feel proud of their accomplishments in class. They can also help them say, “I can ask my teachers for help when I need it.” Overall, the “I HAVE”, “I AM”, and “I CAN” resources explained in the article can help build children’s resiliency through strengthening their internal resource.

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    Overall, the points Allen made are supported by scientific information.<~~I hope that you have enough evidence of this from sources other than Allen's article, including proper citations, in the body of your paper to make this true. The author provided good examples to help children develop resiliency that can be beneficial to parents and others who are not child-development specialists. Divorced parents with children can apply the information in this article to help their children overcome this adversity<~~What adversity?. Parents can teach their children to say, “I am a good son or daughter.” This can help children develop their internal resource of resilience. The parents can also teach their children to say<~~add comma “I have my mother and father whom I can trust.” If parents follow the suggested activities and opportunities the author mentions in the article, they can develop trust with their children. Parents can also teach their children to say, “I can tell my mother or father what is bothering me.” This thought process can help children vent out<~~delete "out" their frustrations, confusions, and sadness over their parents’ divorce. Teachers can also help children build their external resource of resilience by encouraging them to do things on their own and to seek help when it is needed. They can help children build their internal resource by helping them feel proud of their accomplishments in class. They can also help them say, “I can ask my teachers for help when I need it.” Overall, the “I HAVE”,<~~comma BEFORE the closing quotation marks “I AM”,<~~?? and “I CAN” resources explained in the article can help build children’s resiliency through strengthening their internal resources.

    Nice job!

    =)

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    http://www.pathwhelp.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=5831

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    Thank you! =)

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