Q&A: Are strict parents more likely to have teenagers who act out? | Footwear reviews | Parenting in America | Scoop.it

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1. the subject of the article is if teens act out more with strict or laid back parents.

2. The writer gives the facts with the cases of her friends.

3. The writers opinion is that the less strict the parents the better the kids.

4. The writer never says this directly but she hints around to it.

6. I learned that she is a good girl who thinks that the more rules you have the more you will act out.

7. This article was written for children and paretns to get their view on the subject.

8. Yes the author states evidence when she gives the examples of her firends and says it is like that for a lot of people she knows.

The author of this article uses tone when she is stating that her friends party while she is a good girl . She is using tone because she uses her own voice to state why the kids act the way they do, "But they’re not bad kids. They’re mostly A students and very polite and seem “goody two shoes” to anyone not close to them, including their parents." She also uses tone to tell us about her opinion without directly saying it. She uses description to describe her case to the readers and to tell us how that most of the time in her situation the stricter the parents the wilder the kids. This is a use of description because she is giving exsamples and describing the kids that are so wild. The author also uses cause and effect, she states that are mom is really laid back but that she doesn't go crazy or do wild stuff, where as in her friends cases their parents are extremely strict and the kids go crazy when they are away form home.