WEFOUNDA Positive Influence Poetry Collection: Simply Godly


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Do you want to be a positive influence on a child? Children need positive influences. We see it daily. They're always looking for role models. They're looking for someone who can show them how to cope with life, give them hope, and communicate to them that life really is worth living. More importantly they're looking for someone to guide them.

Adults often fail to guide and influence children because of their inability to model the very characteristics adults expect children to learn. What we are communicates far more eloquently than anything we say or do . Adults often and sadly don't know who they are, what their values are, or how to live their lives. Children easily detect this incongruence, and therefore, do not trust or emulate adults who have not taken the time to make the journey into themselves, a journey that can provide valuable information and guidance.

The first step in solving a problem is understanding the problem. This is the mark of professionalism. Would you continue to go to a doctor who took a quick look at you, then prescribed? You expect the doctor to ask questions before determining the problem. Too often adults prescribe first, then ask questions or make demands, refusing to hear the child's “side of the story.” Also, listening isn't necessarily hearing. It's important to listen for deeper meanings in children's words. They have a very difficult time explaining and even understanding themselves or their feeling.

It has been shown many times over in research studies that a parent who is involved in their child’s education has a positive impact. It’s reflected in improved grades and test scores, strong attendance, a higher rate of homework completion, higher graduation rates, improved attitudes and behaviors in the child, as well as the child being more likely to become involved in positive extra-curricular activities. Send out the message early in your child’s education that your home is an involved and active supporter of their learning.

Probably the most important element of a positive learning environment at home is structure. But what is too little or too much? If we’re too lenient or expect too little, your child may become disorganized or unmotivated. If we’re too rigid and strict, it can cause undue pressure or cause your child to feel unable to deliver on your expectations.

So what’s the best way to meet in the middle and create a positive learning environment for your child at home?Help your child develop a work area where they can study and focus without being interrupted. Children usually do better when they have a private study area away from interruption. If your child prefers doing their work at the kitchen table, make sure other family members understand the kitchen is off-limits during study time. Make sure your child has plenty of supplies and reference materials available and that the area has plenty of light. Regardless of its location, ensure the area is quiet and that your child can study and work uninterrupted.

From her early beginnings with Destiny’s Child’s first number onehit, “Bills, Bills, Bills,” to the solo self-proclaimed diva’s Grammy award-winning, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring on It),” Beyonce has been extremely influential in pop culture. So influential, that the singer and songwriter is now being studied in the college classroom.

Kevin Allred, an instructor in Women and Gender Studies department at Rutgers University, encouraged his students to think critically about the influence Beyonce has on race, gender, and sexual politics.

Allred said his class, “Politicizing Beyonce,” takes a deeper look into the way that Beyonce uses her voice to send subtle suggestive messages that influence society.

WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM ESSAY SAMPLE ON ANY TOPIC SPECIFICALLY

WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM ESSAY SAMPLE ON ANY TOPIC SPECIFICALLY

Do you want to be a positive influence on a child? Children need positive influences. We see it daily. They're always looking for role models. They're looking for someone who can show them how to cope with life, give them hope, and communicate to them that life really is worth living. More importantly they're looking for someone to guide them.

Adults often fail to guide and influence children because of their inability to model the very characteristics adults expect children to learn. What we are communicates far more eloquently than anything we say or do . Adults often and sadly don't know who they are, what their values are, or how to live their lives. Children easily detect this incongruence, and therefore, do not trust or emulate adults who have not taken the time to make the journey into themselves, a journey that can provide valuable information and guidance.

The first step in solving a problem is understanding the problem. This is the mark of professionalism. Would you continue to go to a doctor who took a quick look at you, then prescribed? You expect the doctor to ask questions before determining the problem. Too often adults prescribe first, then ask questions or make demands, refusing to hear the child's “side of the story.” Also, listening isn't necessarily hearing. It's important to listen for deeper meanings in children's words. They have a very difficult time explaining and even understanding themselves or their feeling.

It has been shown many times over in research studies that a parent who is involved in their child’s education has a positive impact. It’s reflected in improved grades and test scores, strong attendance, a higher rate of homework completion, higher graduation rates, improved attitudes and behaviors in the child, as well as the child being more likely to become involved in positive extra-curricular activities. Send out the message early in your child’s education that your home is an involved and active supporter of their learning.

Probably the most important element of a positive learning environment at home is structure. But what is too little or too much? If we’re too lenient or expect too little, your child may become disorganized or unmotivated. If we’re too rigid and strict, it can cause undue pressure or cause your child to feel unable to deliver on your expectations.

So what’s the best way to meet in the middle and create a positive learning environment for your child at home?Help your child develop a work area where they can study and focus without being interrupted. Children usually do better when they have a private study area away from interruption. If your child prefers doing their work at the kitchen table, make sure other family members understand the kitchen is off-limits during study time. Make sure your child has plenty of supplies and reference materials available and that the area has plenty of light. Regardless of its location, ensure the area is quiet and that your child can study and work uninterrupted.

WE WILL WRITE A CUSTOM ESSAY SAMPLE ON ANY TOPIC SPECIFICALLY

Do you want to be a positive influence on a child? Children need positive influences. We see it daily. They're always looking for role models. They're looking for someone who can show them how to cope with life, give them hope, and communicate to them that life really is worth living. More importantly they're looking for someone to guide them.

Adults often fail to guide and influence children because of their inability to model the very characteristics adults expect children to learn. What we are communicates far more eloquently than anything we say or do . Adults often and sadly don't know who they are, what their values are, or how to live their lives. Children easily detect this incongruence, and therefore, do not trust or emulate adults who have not taken the time to make the journey into themselves, a journey that can provide valuable information and guidance.

The first step in solving a problem is understanding the problem. This is the mark of professionalism. Would you continue to go to a doctor who took a quick look at you, then prescribed? You expect the doctor to ask questions before determining the problem. Too often adults prescribe first, then ask questions or make demands, refusing to hear the child's “side of the story.” Also, listening isn't necessarily hearing. It's important to listen for deeper meanings in children's words. They have a very difficult time explaining and even understanding themselves or their feeling.


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