The following statement was provided with the challenge to fill in the missing words:
The questions that p________ face as they raise ch________ from in_________ to adult are not easy to an _________. Both f______ and m________ can become concerned when health problems such as co_________ arise anytime after the e____ stage to later life. Experts recommend that young ch____ should have plenty of s________ and nutritious food for healthy growth. B___ and g____ should not share the same b______ or even be in the same r______. They may be afraid of the d_____.
As I read through this statement over and over again, my mind began racing about all the different words that could fit in the spaces. I began to explore the different words that people would use depending on their personal experiences, cultures, belief, upbringing and parenting and teaching preferences.
I began to wonder what everyone else would put in the spaces based on their experiences. This is when I realised that everyone’s answers would be dependant on their understanding and experiences. Just like everyone’s abilities, understanding and experiences with ICT would vastly vary. I suddenly felt a little bit more at ease with this subject (I even blogged about it! Something I would never have attempted before today!!!)
The words that I decided to use were:
*parents *children *infants *answer *fathers *mothers *complications *embryo *children *sleep *boys *girls *beds *room *dark