TEST. What is the parenting strategy in your family

TEST. What is the parenting strategy in your family?

Of the four answer choices, choose the most preferred.

1. What, in your opinion, to a greater extent determined by the nature of a person - heredity or upbringing?

  • A. Predominantly nurturing.
  • B. The combination of innate instincts and environmental conditions.
  • B. Mainly congenital instincts.
  • G. Neither one nor the other, but life experience.

2. How do you feel about the idea that children raise their parents?

  • A. This is a play on words, a sophism with little to do with reality.
  • B. I absolutely agree with this.
  • V. I am ready to agree with this, provided that one should not forget about the traditional role of parents as educators of their children.
  • G. Difficult to answer, did not think about it.

3. Which of the parenting judgments do you find most successful?

  • A. If you have nothing more to say to the child, tell him to go wash. (Edgar Howe.)
  • B. The goal of education is to teach children how to do without us. (Ernst Leuve.)
  • C. Children need not teachings, but examples. (Joseph Joubert.)
  • G.Teach your son obedience, then you can teach everything else. (Thomas Fuller.)

4. Do you think parents should educate children about gender?

  • A. Nobody taught me this, and life itself will teach them.
  • B. I believe that parents should be able to satisfy children's interest in these issues in an accessible form.
  • B. When the children are old enough, it will be necessary to start a conversation about it. And at school age the main thing is to take care to protect them from manifestations of immorality.
  • G. Of course, first of all parents should do this.

5. How do you usually do when a child needs to give pocket money?

  • A. If asked, you can give.
  • B. It is best to regularly issue a certain amount for candy purposes and control expenses.
  • B. It is advisable to issue a certain amount for a certain period (for a week, for a month) so that the child himself learns to plan his expenses.
  • G. We allocate a certain amount for a certain period, and then we usually discuss expenses in a confidential conversation.

6. What will you do if you find out that a classmate has offended your child?

  • A. I am upset, I will try to console the child.
  • B. Go to find out the relationship with the abuser’s parents.
  • AT.Children themselves will better understand their relationship, especially for their offenses not long.
  • G. I will advise the child how to behave better in such situations.

7. How would you treat your child's foul language?

  • A. I will try to bring to his understanding that in our family, and in general among decent people this is not accepted.
  • B. Foul language must be nipped in the bud! Punishment is necessary here, but from the time of communication with ill-mannered peers, the child must be protected from now on.
  • V. Just think! We all know these words. No need to attach any importance to this until it goes beyond reasonable limits.
  • D. The child has the right to express his feelings, even in a way that we do not like.

8. Your teenage child wants to spend time at the cottage with a friend, where a peer company will meet in the absence of parents. Would you let him go?

  • A. In no case. Such gatherings do not lead to good. If children want to relax and have fun, let them do it under the supervision of their elders.
  • B. Perhaps if I know his comrades as decent and reliable guys.
  • Q. He is quite a reasonable person to make a decision himself. Although, of course, in his absence I will worry a little.
  • G. I see no reason to prohibit.

9. How will you react if you find out that the child lied to you?

  • BUT.I will try to bring it to clean water and shame.
  • B. If the reason is not too serious, I will not give importance.
  • V. I am upset.
  • G. I will try to figure out what prompted him to lie.

10. Do you think you are setting a good example for your child?

  • A. Certainly. V. I hope.
  • B. I try. G. I do not know.

Counting results:

 

Behavior style

Question numbers

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

authoritative

B

AT

AT

R

AT

R

BUT

B

R

B

authoritarian

BUT

BUT

R

AT

B

B

B

BUT

BUT

BUT

liberal

AT

B

B

B

BUT

BUT

R

AT

AT

AT

indifferent

R

R

BUT

BUT

R

AT

AT

R

B

R

 

If one category does not predominate among your answers, then we are probably talking about a controversial upbringing style, when there are no clear principles, and the behavior of the parents is dictated by the momentary mood. Try to understand how they still want to see their child, as well as yourself as a parent.The greater the predominance of one of the types of answers, the more pronounced the particular style of education in your family.Mark in the table the options of answers you selected and determine their correspondence to one of the types of parental behavior.

Authoritative style.You are aware of your important role in the development of the child’s personality, but also you yourself recognize the right to self-development. You soberly understand what requirements need to be dictated and which to discuss. Within reasonable limits, we are ready to revise our positions.

Authoritarian style.You have a good idea of ​​how your child should grow up, and make every effort to that. In your demands you are probably very categorical and unyielding. It is not surprising that the child is sometimes uncomfortable under your control.

Liberal style.You appreciate your child, consider his weaknesses to be excusable. It is easy to communicate with him, trust him, and are not inclined to prohibitions and restrictions. However, it is worth considering: but does the child have such freedom?

Indifferent style.Problems of upbringing are not our first priority, because you have a lot of other concerns. The child basically has to solve his problems himself.

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