This week, your assignment has two parts. You will combine both parts and submit your assignment in the same document. Part 1: Based on what you have studied about Baumrinds parenting styles, prepare a worksheet for parents. This is a worksheet that they will be able to use to monitor and better understand their own parenting styles. On the first page, identify and briefly describe each parenting style. On the second page, provide a chart for the parents to use to monitor their own parenting styles. On one side of the chart offer space for the parent to briefly describe an event that happened between themselves and one of the children, and on the left hand offer an area for them to check off which type of parenting is reflected. Prepare one example for them and allow space on the handout for them to add their daily parenting experiences. Length: 2-3 pages Part 2: ******My Signature Assignment is Ethnic and Cultural Differences in Child Development. Present an annotated outline for your Signature Assignment, which is due next week. (Hint: Use the required points in the Signature Assignment [see Week 8] as the main topics in the outline. Include subtopics as appropriate to your specific research project.) In the outline, include citations for each of the topics and subtopics. You should have at least five citations. Clearly mark sections in the outline where you need to do more research to find support for the paper, so that you can be sure to find those resources as you prepare your final paper. Length: 3-4 pages References: Include a minimum of five scholarly resources ********BELOW is the guideline for assignment ********* Please review the following information to help guide you in the Week 7 (Part 2) Annotated Outline activity: Writing an Annotated Outline An outline is the scaffold upon which you build your paper. You probably already use a mental outline when you plan a paper, perhaps without even being aware of it. Writing the outline can provide you with a visualization of your plan. An outline provides both focus and direction for the paper, shows where relevant points and arguments need to be made, and identifies areas where more supportive evidence is needed. What is an annotated outline? As you are writing a research paper, your paper is built around the research findings that you located in your search. When you prepare an annotated outline, you will note the research that supports each section of the paper. This will help you see any areas that need further research to support them. The following example may help support the transition of your paper from a collection of research notes to a fully developed paper. ***Suppose the research topic you chose was the relation of childhood bullying to self-esteem. The title of your paper is: Self-esteem in Childhood Bullying. When researching the paper, you found conflicting research results. Some research showed that children with low self-esteem tended to bully others, while other research showed that children with extremely high self-esteem were bullies. Looking closer, you began to see that this research could be divided into studies investigating different variables, such as gender, age, and ethnic background. Now, you want to turn this into a research report. An annotated outline might look like this (all citations are fictional): Topic: The relation of childhood bullying to self-esteem: Too much or too little? A. Overview of childhood bullying 1. Definitions of bullying (Simpson, 2010; OConnor, 2008) 2. Types of bullying (Yang, 2009; Sinisi, 2011) B. Self-esteem in childhood 1. Definitions of self-esteem (Whitefield, 2009) 2. Impact of self-esteem on behavior in childhood (Liebermann, 2010) C. Research on the relation of self-esteem to bullying in childhood 1. Gender, self-esteem, and childhood bullying a. Self-esteem and same-gender bullying (1) Self-esteem in boys bullying boys (Pryzborski, 2012) (2) Self-esteem in girls bullying girls b. Self-esteem in opposite-gender or non-gender-specific bullying in childhood (no research found) 2. Age, self-esteem in childhood bullying a. Self-esteem and bullying from 6-9 (Brennan, 2011) b. Self-esteem and bullying from 9-12 (Mendez, 2010; Lee, 2011) 3. Family structure, self-esteem, and childhood bullying a. Self-esteem and bullying in children in single-parent families (Shams, 2012) b. Self-esteem and bulling in children in dual-parent families (Mugaddam, 2011) 4. Ethnicity, self-esteem, and childhood bullying a. Inter-ethnic bullying and self-esteem (Jacinto, 2009; Akbarzadeh, 2010) b. Intra-ethnic bullying and self-esteem (Lawrence, 2011) D. Conclusions E. Summary and suggestions for future studies F. References Preparing an annotated outline in this way will give you a way to organize and clarify your plans. Additionally, it gives your professor a chance to provide feedback on the proposed structure of the paper before you begin to write. You can also see which subtopics you need to research further before proceeding with the final draft.