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Grad Project 505
Transcript of Grad Project 505
Presented by: Tracy Kill Kari Maiorino Topics
Helping Children Deal with Their Feelings
Alternatives to Punishment
Freeing Children from Playing Roles
Putting it All Together Helping Children Deal with Their
1.You can listen quietly and attentively.
2.You can acknowledge their feelings with
3.You can give the feeling a name.
4.You can give the child his wishes in fantasy.
To Engage a Child's Cooperation
Describe what you see, or describe the problem.
Say it with a word.
Describe what you feel. Write a note. Instead of Punishment
1.Express your feelings strongly without attacking character.
2.State your expectations.
3.Show the child how to make amends.
4.Give the child a choice.
6.Problem-solve. To Encourage Autonomy
1.Let children make choices.
2.Show respectfor a child's struggle.
3.Don't ask too many questions.
4.Don't rush to asnwer questions.
5.Encourage children to use sources outside the home.
6.Don't take away hope. Praise and Self-Esteem
1.Describe what you see.
2.Describe what you feel.
3.Sum up the child's praiseworthy behavior with a word. To Free Children from Playing Roles
1.Look for opportunities to show the child a new picture of himself or herself.
2.Put children in situations where they can see themselves differently.
3.Let children overhear you say something positive about them.
4.Model the behvior you'd like to see.
5.BE a storehouse for your child's special moments.
6.When the child acts according to the old label, state your feelings and/or your expectations. Authors: Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish Other Books by Authors
Liberated Parents/Liberated Children (1975)
Siblings Without Rivalry (1988)
Most Enduring Relationship (1990)
How to be the Parent You Always Wanted to Be (1992)
How to Talk so Kids Can Learn at Home and at School (1995)
How to Talk So Teens Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk (2005)
Bobby and the Brockles Brockles Go to School Time Outs
The authors did not agree with this
and stated how will the child see the err
in his way by sitting there away from the family? Activity How it did not work
"Holly , Ican see how unhappy you are about your ahircut. But you'll see, it will grow. In a few weeks you won;t eevn notice it."
Child Thinks: "No kidding. Like I couldn't figure that out myself."
Revised Statement: "Holly , I can see how very unhappy you are about your haircut. And even though you know it will grow, you still wish somebody would have listened to you when you said you wanted only an inch taken off." We will split into pairs:
1st Group: Those who are parents will
practice with a student.
and Group: Pick a new aprtner and one be
Here are the scenes:
Kidsjumping on the couch.(Engaging Cooperation) pick a situation you usually do simliar to this
Kids running in the hall (alternatives to punishment) think of how you would do this at school
Putting it all together