B. According to the social learning theory, children learn the skills of effective communication through their observations of adults around them. The development of communication skills among children is hence, directly related to their parents and the environment in their homes. A happily married couple is likely to give positive vibes and create a positive environment for the child which in turn leads to the development of a strong sense of emotional security in the child, thus ultimately contributing to positive interaction skills among them (Fine & Harvey, 2006).
C. Emotional unresponsiveness is the key quality in a family environment that may restrict the development of crucial social development skills among children. Children, who lack emotional support from their parents, tend to lack self-confidence and results in an insecure relationship between the child and the parent. This further creates a high-stress environment in the family, leading to serious negative consequences on the social development of the child (Mash, 2003).
D. The adoption and implementation of psychoeducational approach in a classroom help in the development of positive intrapersonal skills development among children (Hunter-Carsch, 2006). One of the most significant aspects of a classroom environment is the one which encourages the children to listen attentively. Since effective listening skills contribute to the development of effective problem-solving skills (Adams, 1994).
E. A classroom environment which follows a strictly formal approach while interacting with the students could prove to be detrimental to the achievement and development of effective social skills.