CHCECE020 - Scenario: Boys Are Better Than Everything

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CHCECE020 - Scenario: Boys Are Better Than Everything

Postby ami1983 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:41 am

hi lorina :clap:
good morning
can you help me in this case

Niall, a four-year-old boy, is watching three girls play with the ball and skittles in the outdoor play area. He walks up to the girls and says ‘It’s my turn now’. Marni turns to Niall and replies ‘No, it’s still our turn!’. Niall pushes Marni and shouts, ‘Girls are stupid. Boys are better at everything. My dad says so!’ Marni falls backwards but is not injured. Niall then turns red in the face and runs off to the sandpit.
Describe how you would carry out the following to address Niall’s behaviour:
a) determine whether this is an isolated incident or forms part of a wider pattern of behaviour
e) Identify more acceptable alternate behaviours and develop appropriate goals for Niall.

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Re: CHCECE020 - Scenario: Boys Are Better Than Everything

Postby Lorina » Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:15 pm

OK, so for this Niall is gender stereotyping so as group you could try and eliminate gender stereotyping with the children. This means showing that girls/boys, men/woman can do anything they want to do and there is no such thing as "boys jobs or girls jobs". For example - girls can play football and be a builder if that's what they want to do etc. Maybe this could be a goals for Niall to address his thinking of "girls are stupid"...

Hope this helps!

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