TuesdayOctober 30, 2001 You Will Need Your Textbook For Class Today
Parenting Skills Chapter 6 Student Text Pages 100 to 114
Objectives • Explain how parents and caregivers can benefit from information about growth and development, human needs, and parenting skills.
Objectives • Compare the three different types of parenting styles
Objectives • Describe certain characteristics of a successful parent.
Objectives • Discuss poor parenting practices and their effect on children.
physiological self-actualization psychological parenting style authoritarian democratic permissive indulgence Vocabulary
physiological • refers to the functioning of the body
self-actualization • achievement of one’s full potential
psychological • refers to a person’s mental and emotional states
parenting style • The particular way that a parent consistently behaves toward children.
authoritarian • Parenting style in which parents are generally strict in rearing their children
democratic • Parenting style in which parents consider both the child’s needs and their own point of view when making decisions.
permissive • Parenting style in which parents generally permit a wide range of behavior.
indulgence • The practice of giving children more of everything, such as attention, toys, or food, whether they want it or not.
Volunteer to Read Opening Scenario Page 101
Parenting Skills • How did Holly and Roger ensure their children safety?
Parenting Skills • How did they convey attention and love?
Parenting Skills • Why is this important for children?
What Do Parents & Caregivers Need to Know? • Most people learn about parenting from their own parents.
The Process of Growth&Development Student Text Page 102
Growth & Development • Learn all you can about how children grow and develop.
Growth & Development • Parents who know development follows a pattern can predict child’s needs and behaviors.
Basic Human Needs • personal care
Basic Human Needs • nurturing and guidance
Maslow’s HierarchyofHuman Needs Student Text Page 103
Physiological Needs food and water sleep shelter First Level
Safety Needs safe from physical harm sense of security protection from danger Second Level
Social Needs belong to family or group love and be loved interact with others Third Level
Esteem Needs self-esteem respect & admiration see self as worthwhile Fourth Level
Self-actualization Needs reaching your full potential becoming all that one is capable of becoming Fifth Level
Check Work Sheet Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Needs & Behavior Student Text Page 105
Needs & Parenting Skills Student Text Page 105
Sources ofParenting Information Student Text Page 106
Sources of Parenting Information • Most people learn parenting techniques from their parents & other caregivers.
Sources of Parenting Information Most parenting information is “caught” & not “taught”