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Harris, M. (2007). Your Teenager: Thinking about Your Child during the Secondary School Years. Karnac Books Ltd..

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Harris, M. (2007). Your Teenager. , 1-280. Karnac Books Ltd..

Your Teenager: Thinking about Your Child during the Secondary School Years

Martha Harris

Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHOR xi
PREFACE by Meg Harris Williams xiii
BOOK ONE: YOUR ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD 1
Introduction 3
CHAPTER ONE: The eleven-year-old and school 5
Starting secondary school. How parents can help. The strains of competition and refusal to go to school. Edward: feeling lost and deprived of identity. Learning and competition. Comparison with others. When to help. Parents' attitudes. School discipline: the uses of rules.  
CHAPTER TWO: Hobbies and interests 15
Collecting, keeping pets, games. Games and character. Mark: playing out sibling rivalries. Enthusiasms and crazes. Anne and her horse book. Reading—suspending judgment about the right choice of literature. Television and conversation.  

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