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  • 1. SPANK OR NOT TO SPANK. By: Ángela Falcón. LAUDE El Altillo School.
  • 2. INDEX
    • What is “to spank”?
    • Spank at home.
    • Spank at schools.
    • Where spanking is legal and illegal.
    • Arguments against spanking.
    • Arguments in favour of spanking.
    • Summary.
    • Questions.
  • 3. WHAT IS “TO SPANK”?
    • Form of corporal punishment .
    • Involves an adult.
    • Open hand or implement.
    • Physical injury.
    • Boys have tended to be more spanked than girls.
    • Some countries have outlawed the spanking but many allow it.
  • 4. SPANK AT HOME.
    • The acceptability and effectiveness of spanking vary.
    • Many scientific researchers and child welfare organizations oppose it.
    • It does not benefit the child.
    • “ It's not just that children who are more aggressive are more likely to be spanked."
  • 5. SPANK AT SCHOOLS.
    • Usually delivered with an implement .
    • These prohibitions have been controversial.
    • In some cultures it is referred to as "caning" and not "spanking".
    • Cruel and unusual punishment.
    • School corporal punishment have to be "reasonable and not excessive”.
  • 6. LEGAL AND ILLEGAL.
    • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
  • 7. LEGAL AND ILLEGAL.
    • EUROPE
      Green: Corporal punishment prohibited in schools and the home. Blue: Corporal punishment prohibited in schools only. Red: Corporal punishment not prohibited.
  • 8. AGAINST SPANKING.
    • It is ineffective.
    • It may activate criminal, anti-social,
    • violent, aggressive behavior later in life.
    • It has been linked to many adult problems.
    • It can escalate to abuse.
    • It can unintentionally cause serious physical damage.
    • It trains a child to use violence.
    • Spanking creates fear in the child.
  • 9. IN FAVOR OF SPANKING.
    • Spanking is NOT abuse.
    • Three punishments depending on the severity of the crime.
    • The third and final punishment was a spanking.
    • The easiest, least traumatic and quick for her was the spanking.
    • Before, she suffered an abused and she had to hide the bruises and marks.
  • 10. SUMMARY.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nlOTDHNN3A
  • 11. QUESTIONS.
    • 1. What is “to spank”?
    • A theory.
    • A form of corporal punishment.
    • A children’s play.
    • 2. What did Catsy Jones think?
    • Spank and abuse is the same.
    • Spank is worst than abuse.
    • Abuse is worst than spank.
  • 12. QUESTIONS.
    • 3. Scientific researchers and child welfare organizations are:
    • Against spanking.
    • In favor of spanking.
    • They don’t mind spanking.