Choose one of the Lot of Life scenarios. You should elaborate on the scenario by writing a letter to a relative or close friend or a diary/journal entry from the perspective of a parent writing about his or her child. Your letter/diary should explain what happened in detail, identify the issues you will need to consider and research in coming up with a solution, and a plan of action for how you will deal with the situation.Sociology homework help
Your paper should have a cover sheet that lists your name, the BEHS 343 section number, and the scenario you have chosen. Your paper should be double spaced and use a standard font (e.g. Times New Roman, 12 pt)
List of Scenarios
- You are expecting your first baby and are thinking about sleeping arrangements. You have heard of the concept of “the family bed” and are considering having the baby sleep with you and your spouse.
- Your 12-year-old step-daughter tells you that you are not her real mother (or father) and can’t tell her what to do.
- Your parents were over for dinner the other night. Your 6-year-old did not want to eat the beans you served, or the fish. Your parents said that you should have insisted that he/she should have had some, and that you should insist on this as a regular practice in your home.
- Your 9-year-old is frequently sad and feels that nobody likes him/her. A friend has just suggested that maybe he/she is suffering from childhood depression.
- Your 2-year-old has not begun speaking yet.
- Your 6-year-old has just been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
- Your children are all adults and have moved out of the family home. Your youngest daughter is 24, a single parent, and has just asked to move back into your home because she has been laid off at work. Sociology homework help
- You have noticed behavioral changes in your 14-year-old and are concerned that he/she may be using drugs or alcohol.
- You are considering home-schooling your child. You need to get enough information to actually start home-schooling your child.
- Your 14-year-old daughter accidentally leaves her purse open in the family room and you see a package of birth-control pills.
- Your 16-year-old has decided to go on a diet. While you want your child to be healthy, you notice that s/he frequently skips meals, exercises 3-4 times daily, and refers to herself/himself as “fat”.
- It is February. Your 18-year-old, who is graduating in May, has not completed any college applications or expressed any plans for life after high school.
- Your 17-year-old announces that s/he is about to become a parent.
- You and your spouse do not agree about whether parents can argue in front of their children. Sociology homework help