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1 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 1 Chapter Building Strong Families 3 Section 3.1 Family Characteristics Section 3.2 Parenting Skills Contents

2 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 2 Section 3.1 Family Characteristics There are many different family structures. Family members must work together to overcome challenges and to build a strong foundation for the family.

3 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary nuclear family single-parent family custodial parent blended family extended family legal guardian foster child intergenerational vital venture

4 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 4 Qualities of Strong Families Families are the foundation for every human culture. Families nurture and protect, and give security, emotional support, and a sense of belonging. Adults teach children values by example, direct communication, and religious training.

5 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 5 Qualities of Strong Families Children with strong values experience more success in their lives. Family conflicts can be resolved with calm, active listening and positive body language. How do you think values can affect a persons success in life?

6 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 6 Family Structure There are many types of families, each with unique characteristics. Biological children are born into a family. Adopted children become family members through a legal process.

7 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 7 Trends Affecting Families All families are affected by societal trends. More people find themselves caring for aging parents and their children at the same time. Advances in technology make life both easier and more complicated.

8 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 8 Parents use a variety of parenting styles to raise children and deal with the responsibilities of being a parent. Section 3.2 Parenting Skills

9 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 9 Content Vocabulary deprivation parenting style guidance self-discipline conscience positive reinforcement negative reinforcement time-out Academic Vocabulary dispute consistent

10 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 10 Childrens Needs Effective parenting sometimes means learning from mistakes. Children whose needs are not met suffer from deprivation. deprivation A lack of the critical needs and encouraging environment that are essential for physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being.

11 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 11 Childrens Needs Effective parents provide for their childrens physical needs, emotional and social needs, and intellectual needs.

12 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 12 Parenting Styles There are three main parenting styles: authoritarian, assertive-democratic, and permissive. No one parenting style works best with all children. Which parenting style or styles have your parents used?

13 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 13 Guide Childrens Behavior Children need to be taught what is acceptable, what is not acceptable, and what is expected of them. Guidance promotes security and positive self-esteem. guidance Using firmness and understanding to help children learn how to behave.

14 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 14 Guide Childrens Behavior Young children will gradually develop a conscience. Parents should model the behavior they want to see in their children. conscience An inner sense of what is right.

15 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 15 Guide Childrens Behavior Parents must give effective directions and set limits. Parents must deal effectively with inappropriate behavior.

16 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 16 Chapter Summary Section 3.1 Family Characteristics Families need to meet childrens basic needs and prepare children to live in society. There are three basic family structures. Most families follow a series of stages called the family life cycle. Families are affected by trends in society and sometimes need support.

17 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 17 Chapter Summary Section 3.2 Parenting Skills Parents use many skills to raise children. Children have physical, emotional, social, and intellectual needs that should be met by a family. Parents must find the parenting style that works best for them and their children. Parents must also learn positive ways to guide childrens behavior and deal with misbehavior.

18 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 18 Review Do you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions. The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions. Start

19 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 19 nuclear family familia nuclear A family that includes a mother and father and at least one child. Una familia que incluye una madre, un padre y al menos un hijo. Show Definition

20 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 20 single-parent family familia de un padre o madre soltera A family that includes either a mother or a father and at least one child. Una familia que incluye a una madre o a un padre y al menos un hijo. Show Definition

21 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 21 custodial parent padre/madre con tutela The parent with whom the child resides. Padre o madre con quien el hijo vive. Show Definition

22 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 22 blended family familia mezclada A family that is formed when a single parent marries another person, who may or may not have children. Familia formada cuando una persona con hijos se casa con otra que puede o no tener hijos. Show Definition

23 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 23 extended family familia extendida A family that includes a parent or parents, at least one child, and other relatives who live with them. Familia en la que uno o los dos padres, al menos un hijo y otros parientes viven juntos. Show Definition

24 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 24 legal guardian tutor legal A person who is designated by a legal process to assume responsibility for raising a child. Persona nombrada en un procedimiento legal para asumir la responsabilidad de criar a un niño. Show Definition

25 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 25 foster child hijo de crianza A child that comes from a troubled family or difficult circumstances and is placed in the temporary care of another person or family. Niño que viene de una familia con problemas o situaciones difíciles y que otra persona o familia cuida temporalmente. Show Definition

26 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 26 intergenerational intergeneracional Occurring between older and younger age groups. Que ocurre entre personas jóvenes y mayores. Show Definition

27 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 27 deprivation A lack of the critical needs and encouraging environment that are essential for physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being. Show Definition privación Carencia de necesidades fundament-ales y un ambiente estimulante que se requieren para el buen desarrollo intelectual, físico y emocional.

28 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 28 parenting style The way parents and other caregivers care for and discipline children. Show Definition estilo de crianza La manera en que cuidan y disciplinan los padres y otras personas a cargo de cuidar a los niños.

29 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 29 guidance Using firmness and understanding to help children learn how to behave. Show Definition orientación Usar firmeza y comprensión al ayudar al niño a aprender a comportarse.

30 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 30 self-discipline The ability of children to control their own behavior. Show Definition autodisciplina La habilidad de los niños para controlar su propio comportamiento.

31 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 31 conscience An inner sense of what is right. Show Definition conciencia Sentido interior acerca de lo que es correcto.

32 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 32 positive reinforcement A response that encourages a particular behavior. Show Definition refuerzo positivo Una respuesta que estimula un comportamiento específico.

33 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 33 negative reinforcement A response aimed at strengthening desired behavior by removing an unpleasant trigger. Show Definition refuerzo negativo Respuesta en la que se remueve un estímulo desagradable con el objeto de fortalecer un comportamiento deseado.

34 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 34 time-out When a child is removed from the group, perhaps by being required to sit in a special chair for a short period of time. Show Definition pausa Cuando un niño es aislado del grupo y se le requiere que, por ejemplo, se siente en un asiento especial por un corto periodo de tiempo.

35 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 35 vital esencial Necessary; extremely important and necessary. Necesario; extremadamente importante y necesario. Show Definition

36 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 36 venture arriesgarse To proceed; to presume or dare to do something. Proceder; atreverse o aventurarse a hacer algo. Show Definition

37 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 37 dispute Quarrel. Show Definition disputa Pelea; discusión.

38 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 38 consistent Continually the same. Show Definition consistente Que no cambia; igual.

39 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 3 Building Strong Families Chapter 3 Building Strong Families 39 End of Chapter 3 Building Strong Families home glencoe.com


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