4 Types of Parenting . Learning Targets . Define the 4 types of parenting styles Analyze parenting styles for further depth of understanding Create informative posters on parenting styles . Authoritarian (Think vege tarian strict diet/ strict parent!).
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Learning Targets • Define the 4 types of parenting styles • Analyze parenting styles for further depth of understanding • Create informative posters on parenting styles
Authoritarian (Think vegetarian strict diet/ strict parent!) • Parent’s Motto: “Because I said so.” • The parent it the boss • Children have harsh punishments for even the small things • Don’t explain, just punish “Tough Love” • Children who have been raised with authoritarian parents learn to: • Be submissive • Resent or fear parents • Lower self-esteem
Authoritative • Parent’s Motto: “The world is constantly changing and one day I won’t be there to tell you what to do– so you need to figure it out for yourself.” ALL ABOUT BALANCE! • Authoritative parenting results in the most emotionally stable Children. • Children who have been raised with authoritative parents learn to: • Think for themselves • Learn to make the best decisions based on morality and sound judgment. • Work through problems
Uninvolved • Parent’s Motto: “…” • Completely unresponsive to child and needs • Usually this results from outside problems such as: alcohol abuse, death in family, depressions, etc. “Lack of Interest” Children who have been raised with uninvolved parents learn to: • Grow up too fast • Desperate for attention and affection • Easily manipulated by others • Struggles behaviorally and emotionally
Permissive • Parent’s Motto: “Treat your children as your friends.” • Parents do not care what children do as long as the kids are happy. • Parents may have rules, but they are constantly bent to please the child. “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” • Children who have been raised with uninvolved parents learn to: • Be spoiled • No respect for authority • Sense of entitlement • Blurred sense of right vs. wrong
Informative Posters In your group, you will create an informative poster on one of the types of parenting styles. • Include: • What style are you informing about • Define it • Specific examples of what it looks like • Opinions on the type of parenting style • A slogan or catch phrase about the style • Color and/or pictures!