By Sally Wassell, Brigid Daniel
This sensible source for paintings with weak kids exhibits methods of marketing resilience and inspiring pro-social behaviour. The authors speak about issues pertinent to youth reminiscent of peer strain and ethical accountability, medicinal drugs and sexual relationships, and recommend methods for practitioners to have interaction with and aid children who could have social or kinfolk difficulties. This workbook stands on my own but additionally varieties a part of a collection besides different resilience assets at the Early Years and the college Years.
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Extra resources for Adolescence: Assessing and Promoting Resilience in Vulnerable Children 3
Adolescence, © Brigid Daniel and Sally Wassell 2002 © Iain Campbell 2002 43 [ What opportunities are there in the wider environment to support this young person’s education? Ask the parent/carer: 44 1. Does he or she meet up with any young people from school or college at other times? If not, are there ways that this could be encouraged and supported? 2. Is there any teacher in particular (or member of support staff ) that the young person appears to have (or have had) a good relationship with?
If you hear the word ‘friend’, what does it mean to you? 2. Why do you think people like to have friends? 3. What things about you would make people want to be your friend? 4. How many friends do you have? 5. How many of your friends are best friends? 6. What do you like about your friends? 7. Do you see your friends as much as you would like to? 8. Do you ever worry that you don’t get on very well with other children? 9. What sort of things do you like to do with your friends? Adolescence, © Brigid Daniel and Sally Wassell 2002 © Iain Campbell 2002 51 [ 10.
45 ADOLESCENCE Conversely, the lack of friends during childhood is associated with a range of problems (Schaffer 1996): · emotional problems · immature perspective-taking ability · less altruism · poor social skills in group entry, cooperative play and conflict management · less sociability · poor school adjustment · poorer school attainment. There is likely to be a circular pattern whereby young people who already show problems such as aggressiveness and poor social skills have difficulty in making friends and are therefore less likely to have the opportunity to learn better skills.
Adolescence: Assessing and Promoting Resilience in Vulnerable Children 3 by Sally Wassell, Brigid Daniel