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  • 1. Welcome To: The Parent Project YOUR Guide to Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior
  • 2. Unit Three: Objectives
    • Parents will be able to :
    • List the elements of active supervision
    • Identify possible sources of negative influences
    • Discuss the necessity of creating structure for children
    • Implement the Homework Assignment Sheet
  • 3. Focusing Activity 3.1
    • Behaviors +
    • Behaviors –
  • 4. Active Supervision
    • WHO:
    • WHAT:
    • WHERE:
    • WHEN:
    • WHY:
  • 5. Group Activity 3.2: The Party
    • WHO:
    • WHAT:
    • WHERE:
    • WHEN:
    • WHY:
  • 6. Trust is earned! Trust has nothing to do with Supervision.
  • 7. Group Activity 3.3: Where Did He Learn That?
    • Example: TV
  • 8. Today’s Media & Technology
    • Music
    • Cell Phones
    • TV’s
    • Computers/Internet
    • Video Games
  • 9. Stay current with the rating of popular music, movies, and video games….
    • www.pluggedinmag.com
    • www.screenit.com
  • 10. The Facts:
    • 35 million children on the internet
    • 4.2 million pornographic web sites
    • 29 thousand registered sex offenders have a My Space account
    • 71% of parents stop monitoring children’s computer use at age 14
    • 72% of all Internet related missing children are 15 or older.
  • 11. “ I don’t even have a My Space Account. My Space causes nothing but drama, trauma and chaos for teens.” 17 Year Old High School Senior, Mammoth Lakes, CA
  • 12.
  • 13. Well structured days may include:
    • Prayer
    • School
    • Sports
    • Homework
    • Family
    • Friends
    • Chores
    • Free time
  • 14. Group Activity 3.5: Lists
    • Child’s List
    • Parent’s List
  • 15. Parents Should:
    • Respectfully communicate the request
    • Acknowledge success, or, if ignored,
    • Withhold Child’s List until task is completed
  • 16. “ Take as much time as you need.” (a powerful statement!)
  • 17. Group Activity 3.6: When Kids Fail
    • Example: Loss of self esteem
  • 18. Parents need three things to help children improve their grades
    • Have the child complete a homework assignment sheet
    • Approve the homework when it is finished & acknowledge success
    • Control the things on the child’s list (pg. 37) until the homework is finished and has been approved by mom/dad.
  • 19.
  • 20. Group Activity 3.7: Problems 9
  • 21. Group Activity 3.8: Finding Ways
  • 22. Accountability + Motivation= Change
  • 23. Group Activity 3.9: Excuses, Excuses
    • Excuse/Reason
    • Consequence
  • 24. Parents control things, not children
  • 25. We change when we are tired of the way things are!
  • 26. How long can your child go without the things on their list?
  • 27. That is how long it will take them to begin the process of change.
  • 28. Review Activity 3.10
    • Active supervision can be described by five simple words: Who, _______,Where,________and Why.
    • Parents should occasionally ___________on their children to ensure they are safe.
    • Parents need to stay alert for negative influences such as music lyric, _________, and ________ _________.
    • When parents discipline their children, they should take away ______________ on their child’s list for a ___________ period of time.
    • Parents need three things to ensure their child does his homework.
    • a. A ___________homework assignment sheet.
    • b. Parents need to ____________their child’s home work when it is completed
    • c. Parents need to _______________ their child’s list of activities until the home work is __________________.
    • short check everything What control completed When
    • finished approve Internet Video Games
  • 29. Review Activity 3.10
    • Most powerful ideas learned from this Unit:
  • 30. If you’re the only one who is frustrated with your child’s grades, you’re doing it wrong !
  • 31. If your child is also frustrated, you’re doing it right!
  • 32. Critical Family Concept:
    • My kids need my active supervision.