If a child does not have the required confidence and charisma in them they might not be able to survive as better individuals in this society, therefore, development of social skills is very important in schools as well as at home.
This report discusses two references that have been used to help understand the importance of developing social skills in early childhood and how to cater to the child's needs. Both of these articles were found on the internet. The first one is a 'peer reviewed' article from the 'Australian Journal for Early Childhood' written by Jacquelyn Mize and Ellen Abell. The other one is another article that is directed towards the parents titled 'How your lifestyle can be a positive model for your child's social skills' by an author surnamed Jet.
Reference Details: Jacquelyn Mize, Ellen Abell (year) Encouraging Social Skills in young Children: Tips Teachers can share with parents. Retrieved November 1, 2007, from web title Web site: http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.
The target audience in both the audience is mainly the parents who can be a great help in developing social skills in their kids. ...
The target audience in both the audience is mainly the parents who can be a great help in developing social skills in their kids. Both the articles enlighten us with tips and tricks parents can use at home to help their children boost up their public skills. The authors have facilitated the concept of home-learning with the help of examples, stressing on the fact that it is at the home where the child learns most of his social and personal traits.
Children who display high levels of social competence typically enjoy parent-child relationships characterized by positive and agreeable interactions, acceptance (Cohn, Patterson, & Christopoulous, 1991; Pettit & Mize, 1993; Putallaz, 1987)
Both the sources were located by using the search engines available to us. The search terms used to locate the peer reviewed journal were 'journal of social development' and 'peer reviewed social journals'. The search engine specifically Google and Yahoo were used to locate the Australian Journal for Early Childhood. The same were used to locate the other article.
In the first article by Jacquelyn Mize basically tries to illustrate the fact that how parents can influence their children's upbringing and how they can help them to develop social skills in them so that one day they can become socially competent with the world. This article provides the viewers with specific steps that the author has provided to facilitate the parents. The article starts by stating that it is not unusual to have children who are shy when compared to others and parent's worries are equally acceptable about this fact. The author has then discussed the idea of socially competent pre-schoolers and how they boost up the environment present in a class room with their vibrant