The Importance of Following Instructions

It is important to follow instructions carefully in order to achieve the desired outcome. This is especially true when it comes to delicate tasks or those that require a great deal of precision. Following instructions also allows us to avoid potential dangers and pitfalls. In some cases, not following instructions can have serious consequences. For … Read more

Unit 8 Health And Social Care Level 3

When a young person has challenging behavior then the child will need a great deal of support from a wide range of different professionals. These could be professionals such as a behavior therapist and SEN (special educational needs) support staff. This would link into my key issues as all the professionals would help promote positive … Read more

Adlerian Play Therapy

“Play is the highest expression of human development in childhood, for it alone is the free expression of what is in a child’s soul” (Friedrich Froebel, 2012). Play can be compared to an open door to gaining knowledge on how children view their environment and themselves. Since play is a natural expression for children, the … Read more

Social Behavior Analysis Essay

Ability to communicate with the next person freely especially for children is priceless to be able to describe their feelings and thoughts to others is like building a bridge to the next person. Social competence in children is built through confidence when they are around someone who they can form a trust bond to share … Read more

Self-Destructive Risk Essay

Self-Destructive and Risk-Behaviour related deaths among South African teenagers (Slide 1) What is a risk behaviour? (Slide 2) A risk behaviour is the exposure to harm. Risky behaviour will result in a person causing harm to themselves and therefore they will not reach their full potential. Alcohol abuse, suicide and drug abuse are all examples … Read more

Personal Narrative: Alex Turing’s Death Essay

After the band perfmorance, my lips were dry and burned bright red; the skin was flaky, peeling horribly, and blood drizzled from the tired cracks. My tired eyes, worn from the continous reading of fast-paced rhythms, ached from the bright lights and dehydration gnawed at every part of me. On the car ride home, I … Read more

Human Aggression

Genetically inherited or environmentally learned? The question has been asked for years. Is human aggression genetically linked or is it the environment that determines our aggressive nature? Over the years there have been many theories proposed supporting the idea that aggression has a genetic link in humans. “A century ago, Italian physician Cesare Lombroso claimed … Read more

Mere Motorist To Mad Max

Since 1990, incidents of road rage have increased an outstanding fifty-one percent. Road rage came in first (forty-two percent), next to drunk driving (thirty-five percent) as the biggest threat on the road (Fitton, 4). There are numerous factors involved in the dramatic increase of traffic incidents involving “road rage. ” Such factors include road congestion, … Read more

A boy named Charles

The case study “Songs My Mother Taught Me” discusses a boy named Charles who at first glance, looks like an ordinary, nice, charming young man. However his appearance is only skin deep, one would never assume just by looking at him that he is a cold -blooded killer. In a random town, on a random … Read more