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Table of ContentsCASE STUDY: Balun.....................................................................................................................1REFRENCES...................................................................................................................................5
CASE STUDY: BalunThis case study focuses on Balun, who is a 10 year old boy have portraying aggressive,rude and impolite behaviour in the class. Balun belongs to a diverse family background becauseof which he spend some timesin Foster care. He doesn't live with parents which can beconsidered as main reason of his aggressive behaviour. There can be some other reasons behindhis unhappy behaviour asFamily of Balunis diverse in nature and he even don't spend maximumtime with his parents.As a result, he was negatively influenced by changes in their life whichmight affect him in a negative manner (Isaacs, 2013). In this case family member must have togive time to Balun and have to teach him that what is right and wrong. Culture can also be acrucial aspect that assist to guide a person about his ethics and behaviours (Boyland & Halford,2013).Culture that has major impact on Balun's life is related to Foster care and school becauseBalun he spend maximum time there and learn several aspects from its environment. Thus, thebehaviour of Balun is affected through the culture of care home. The behaviours of Balun hasbeen affected through such practices in Foster care because there might be possibilities ofunethical behaviour from the professional. In this procedure, Ethical Consideration play a mostimportant role which is also essential component. It is simply means that, school and Foster carehave to make sure that there approaches undertaken to provide care to a child are ethical andsuitable to need of a child. These can be in the terms of caste, status, money, colour and so on.Because equality is the right of every person and it creates positivism in the behaviour.In order to manage Balun's aggressive and rude behaviour, teacher's requires to create alearning environment that should have to be positive and supportive.These are essential becauseBalun need special care and good relationship which is only possible by spending quality time aswell as positive attention. All this should be done by teacher and his parents. Strengtheningpositive behaviour of Baluncan be only possible when in school as well as parents of Balun havepraise him for their good work. Routines provide a sense of security so that children feel moresettled (Gibbs & Powell, 2012). Most important is to set limitation of everything as well have togive choice on some specific. In order todecreasing undesired behaviour, Teachers of Balunhave to teach him that this is not right instead of punishing on anything. Moreover, have toremain calm even when mistakes are made by him (Managing behaviour,2008). In order toguiding balun's behaviour, the professional can use some of the approaches such asacknowledgement of challenge of a regulation, help in recognising higher goals, playing control1
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