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1. Read: “Scientology: Making the World a Better Place.”
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2. Read: the introduction on page 2.
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3. Read: the article “How to Live with Children.”
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4. Essay: How do you train a child without breaking him or her?
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5. Essay: How does self-determinism relate to a child’s behavior?
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6. Assignment Description: Observe someone handling a child. Notice if the person tries persuasion or force to get the child to do something against his will. If so, what were the results and how would the materials of this chapter have been applied instead? Then observe someone else handling a child and do the same as you did in the first example.
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7. Read: the article “A Child’s Right to Contribute.”
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8. Essay: What happens to a child when you deny his right to contribute?
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9. Assignment Description: Write down an example of how a child can contribute to you. Describe the circumstances you would encounter and what you would do to allow the child to contribute in that circumstance. Then, do this again—thinking of another example of how a child could contribute to you and how you would handle the circumstance.
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10. Read: the articles “Working with a Child’s Willingness” and “Consulting Willingness.”
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11. Essay: Why is consulting a child’s willingness important?
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12. Read: the article “Allowing Children to Work.”
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13. Assignment Description: Applying the material in this chapter, consult a child’s willingness and get him or her to do something you need or want them to do.
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14. Read: the article “Handling a Child’s Upsets and Mishaps” through the section "Tell Me About It."
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15. Assignment Description: Using the data you read in this chapter, locate and handle a child who has hurt himself and does not spontaneously recover. Ensure you apply the data about saying nothing when the child is hurt. Carry out the steps to handle the child until he gets bored or laughs.
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16. Read: the remainder of the article.
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17. Essay: How do you handle an angry child?
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18. Assignment Description: Handle a child who is crying until he stops crying. Apply the data in the section, “Tell Me About It,” having the child relay his story in present time if he doesn’t do this spontaneously. Carry out the steps to handle the crying child until he gets bored or laughs.
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19. Assignment Description: Write down five examples of actions a parent could do or things he could say which would direct a child’s attention and keep him safe without using constant verbal restraints.
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20. Assignment Description: Improve a child’s memory by having him tell you past pleasure moments. Use the techniques found in the booklet section, “Handling a Child’s Upsets and Mishaps” to accomplish this result.
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21. Read: the article “Healthy Babies.”
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22. Essay: Why is protein considered a must for babies?
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23. Read: the article “Creating Tomorrow’s Society.”
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