Imagine you have been asked to speak to a group of parents about promoting self-esteem in school-age children. You need to research the topic and prepare a visually appealing PowerPoint slideshow to accompany your presentation. Your PowerPoint slideshow will need to: Have a title slide. Contain 5-10 content slides that include Speaker Notes which provide supporting details to use when elaborating on the slide contents. Address the following questions: How does level of self-esteem typically change during middle childhood? What factors contribute to this change? What are some influences on school-age children’s self-esteem? Does very high self-esteem always have positive effects on children’s adjustment? Why or why not? What are the typical consequences of low self-esteem? What are some other strategies that parents and teachers can use to promote children’s self-esteem? What behaviors should adults avoid, and why? Be written using proper spelling/grammar. Cite at least 3 academic references and present the sources in APA format on a References slide. For information about creating PowerPoint presentations or how to add Speaker Notes, consult the resources below.
Assume you’ve been asked to speak to a group of parents about how to boost self-esteem in school-age children. To accompany your presentation, you must conduct research on the subject and create a visually appealing PowerPoint slideshow. Your PowerPoint presentation must include the following elements: Include a title slide. Include 5-10 content slides with Speaker Notes that provide supporting details to use when elaborating on the slide contents. Respond to the following questions: How does self-esteem typically develop during middle childhood? What factors are influencing this shift? What are some of the factors that influence the self-esteem of school-age children? Is it true that extremely high self-esteem always has a positive impact on children’s adjustment? If so, why or why not? What are the typical ramifications of low self-esteem? What other strategies can parents and teachers employ?