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Week Five Notes SOCIOL105-SEC01

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Sociology 105: Self, Society, and Interpersonal Relations
Richard Tessler

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Parent roles, children learning to read, bicultural socialization
Sociology 105: Self, Society, and Interpersonal Relations
Richard Tessler
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brianna on Tuesday February 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOCIOL105-SEC01 at University of Massachusetts taught by Richard Tessler in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 87 views. For similar materials see Sociology 105: Self, Society, and Interpersonal Relations in Sociology at University of Massachusetts.

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Date Created: 02/24/15
February 19 2015 Sociology 105 Early Childhood Socialization Review Beyond attachment security 0 Terrible twos 0 Attachment and autonomy 0 Positive functions of con ict 0 Resolving con icts and fostering cooperation Additional parenting tasks 0 Encourage exploration and growth Early learning 0 Young children and wired to learn but need to be provided with learning opportunities I Language acquisition oral communication I Social and emotional development 0 Language acquisition I Universal sequences of vocalization tone recognition first words and sentences 0 Role of parents in creating a home where there is a lot of exposure to oral language I Potential for second language learning easily learned easily forgotten 0 Language and cognitive development goes hand in hand I Language promotes long term memories I We need words to organize experiences in memory and to retrieve them in the future 0 Language and emotional development I Children also need words to interpret their emotional experience 0 For example just knowing that they are angry empowers them 0 If you have words then you can act on the feelings and have some control over your life 0 Parents have a role in helping kids do this 0 Learning to read I In contrast to spoken language learning to read is a much more fragile process not everyone becomes a uent reader I How do parents help 0 Libraries 0 Bedtime reading I Children s books 0 Picture to chapter books 0 Contains thingsideas to help them learn about emotions themselves etc Emotional learning 0 Learning to recognize feelings 0 Learning to accept feelings 0 Learning ways to act on feelings Learning ways to make friends and get along with peers 0 Establishing relationships with other children 0 Developmental stages I Infants solitary play I Toddlers parallel play I Preschoolers social play 0 Learning to manage con ict 0 Best friends 0 Parent role in peer play I All kids need support for peer socialization but the type of support they need will depend on their temperament I Shy ones need encouragement 0 Highly active rambunctious ones need control Learning and exploration in sum 0 Learning to talk learning about feelings and learning how to get along with peers are all part of supporting early exploration Kids are wired to want to do these things Parents have a role in helping them to become confident active lifetime learners I But sometimes parents get in their way Ways parents can undermine exploration and learning 0 Being overinvolved and intrusive O Communicating anxiety 0 Encouraging activities that going beyond the zone of proximal development 0 Overpraising Parents transmitting cultural values Differences in cultural values 0 Individuality versus interdependence Examples 0 Sleeping arrangements 0 Communication styles I Imperatives and interrogatives


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