Childhood (0-10-year-olds) 2017 [instrument]

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0 Child questions household b001
1 These are according to the address protocol children in your household who were born only in 2000 or later. Please indicate if these children are still or no longer live in the household. 1
2 Are there children born in 2000 or later living in your household? 2
3 Please state the first name of your child 3
4 Please state the correct birth date of your child. 4
5 Please state sex of child 5
6 Are there children born in 2000 or later living in your household? 322
7 Now follow a few questions for all of your children. It's about 6
8 ABCDE3 to A25 b002
9 Which country were you born in? 7
10 Are you the birth mother, the biological father or another person? 8
11 With whom did this child come to Germany? 9
12 When did this child leave his or her country of birth? 10
13 When did you arrive in Germany? 11
14 Would this child be extra-familially cared for before moving to Germany? 12
15 Was the mother pregnant with this child before she came to Germany? 13
16 Where was your baby delivered? 14
17 Was the baby delivered by caesarean section? 15
18 In which week of pregnancy was your baby born? 16
19 What did your baby weigh/measure at birth? 17
20 What did your baby weigh/measure at birth? 18
21 How was your child's head circumference at birth? 19
22 During the first three months after your baby’s birth, did your child experience health problems that necessitated a hospital stay? 20
23 How many days was this child in the hospital within the first three months after birth? 21
24 Did you breastfeed your baby? If so, how long? 22
25 How many month did this child breastfed? 23
26 Was your pregnancy more unplanned or more planned? 24
27 Physical State: In the last third of your pregnancy 25
28 Physical State: In the first three months after childbirth 26
29 [Mental state]: In the last third of your pregnancy 27
30 Mental State: In the first three months after childbirth 28
31 A232v to A240 b003
32 Life changes after the birth of a child. You experience new things and start to have new expectations for the future. To what extent do you agree with the following statements? 29
33 My life has changed significantly 30
34 It gives me pleasure and happiness to raise my child 31
35 I often feel like I’m running out of energy 32
36 I am satisfied with my role as a mother 33
37 I often do not feel up to the new tasks and demands of being a mother 34
38 I am meeting new people and making new contacts through my child 35
39 I am suffering from being restricted to my role as a mother 36
40 It’s important to me to show my child plenty of affection 37
41 I'm worried about the health of my child 38
42 Does the father live in the household? 39
43 How much do you feel your partner helps you in looking after the child? 40
44 Does this child currently go to school? 41
45 Which school does this child currently go to? 42
46 When did this child first go to school? 43
47 DE152 to DE157 b004
48 In which country did this child go to school for the first time? 44
49 How long did the child go to school? 45
50 Did this child go to school in another country (except Germany)? 46
51 In which country did this child (except Germany) go to school? 47
52 How long did the child go to school? 48
53 Since when did this child go to school in Germany? 49
54 CDE158 to DE162 b005
55 Does this child currently attend a special class for refugee children (for example, welcome class, preparatory class or transition class)? 50
56 How long has this child only visited a special class for refugees? 51
57 How long did this child visit a special class for refugees? 52
58 Which class did this child visit first in Germany? 53
59 Which class does/did your child attend in 2016/2017? 54
60 Does this child receive special language assistance at school? 55
61 Does this child usually attend school all day? 56
62 How many hours per week does the school take care of? 57
63 Get the child, if you want, a meal at lunchtime? 58
64 Who is the sponsor of this institution? Is it ... 59
65 How much does the school cost you? 60
66 Does this child attend a day care group or similar care facility at school? 61
67 … how many hours a week do you spend looking after the child? 62
68 Does the child currently take part in one of more of the following activities outside school? 63
69 How many hours per week does this child receive total language support? 64
70 When is this child expected to be enrolled in school? 65
71 Is this child currently visiting a nursery, a kindergarten, a day care center or being looked after by a childminder outside the home? 66
72 Do you know that there are external child care facilities in Germany (for example, crèche, kindergarten, kindergarten, childminder, etc.)? 88
73 Do you know that every child in Germany over the age of one even has the right to such care in a crèche, kindergarten, kindergarten, childminder, etc.? 89
74 Would it be possible for you to make such an offer? 90
75 Reasons why child in no institution b007
76 There are various reasons why parents have their children cared for only at home and not in a care facility. To what extent do the following statements apply to this child? 91
77 This child is not in a care facility as I did not get a place. 92
78 This child is not in a care facility as I still consider it too young. 93
79 This child is not in a care facility as I want to bring it up myself. 94
80 This child is not in a care facility as I want to bring it up in my first language. 95
81 This child is not in a care facility as it is not taught the religious or cultural values that are important to me. 96
82 This child is not in a care facility as I am afraid it will be shunned because of its origin. 97
83 This child is not in a care facility as I am at home anyway and can look after it myself. 98
84 This child is not in a care facility as the costs are too high. 99
85 This child is not in a care facility as the nearest one is too far away. 100
86 This child is not in a care facility as the opening times do not suit me. 101
87 This child is not in a care facility as it takes up too much time to take it there and collect it again every day. 102
88 This child is not in a care facility as it has a chronic illness or a disability. 103
89 This child is not in a care facility as it should spend as much time as possible with its siblings. 104
90 How many hours a day does this facility or childminder take care of? 67
91 How many days per week does this child visit this institution or childminder? 68
92 How many of the other children in the Kita group are children of refugees? 69
93 Does this child receive at this facility or at the childminder if they wish a meal at lunchtime? 70
94 Which costs do you incur for the care provided by this institution or the childminder for this child? 71
95 Since when do you visit this institution or the childminder? 72
96 Does this child currently take part in one or more of the following activities? 73
97 Does one or more of the following currently apply to this child? 74
98 ABCDE69 to ABC104 b006
99 Are you the child's main caregiver? 75
100 Are there any other persons or institutions besides you or in addition to the already requested institution (kindergarten, child minder, school) who temporarily take care of this child? 76
101 How much do you pay for the school or facility? 77
102 In which language does the care take place by the father / mother? 78
103 In which language does the care take place by a paid caregiver? 323
104 In which language does the care take place by the grandparents? 324
105 In which language does the care take place by older siblings? 325
106 In which language does the care take place by other relatives? 326
107 In which language does the care take place by friends, acquaintances or neighbors? 327
108 In which language does the mentoring take place by volunteers? 328
109 In which language does the care take place through social institutions, centers or leisure organizations? 330
110 In which language does the care take place by others? 329
111 How many hours a week does the father / mother take care of it? 79
112 How many hours a week does a paid caregiver take care of it? 80
113 … how many hours a week do you spend looking after the child? 81
114 How many hours a week do older siblings take care? 82
115 How many hours a week do other relatives take care? 83
116 How many hours per week do friends, acquaintances or neighbors take care of? 84
117 How many hours a week do volunteers take care of it? 85
118 How many hours per week do social services, centers and leisure organizations take care of? 86
119 How many hours a week do others take care of it? 87
120 DE165 to DE185 b08
121 How many students are in your child's regular school class? 105
122 And how many of these students are not from Germany or have parents who aren't from Germany? 106
123 Has this child already received a certificate in Germany? 107
124 What grade did this child have in his last certificate in German? 108
125 What was the grade of this child in his last diploma in mathematics? 109
126 Questions E170-E185 b09
127 How do you make contact with the school? 110
128 How often do you interact with other parents about classmates of this child about school matters? 111
129 How often do the following people help you with your homework and studying for school? 112
130 How often do your father help you with your homework and studying for school? 113
131 How often do other relatives help you with your homework and studying for school? 114
132 How often do your siblings help you with your homework and studying for school? 115
133 How often do friends or classmates help this child with homework or school learning? 116
134 How often does a tutor help a child with homework or school learning? 117
135 How often does homework help (for example, at school, youth center or community meeting) help this child with homework or school learning? 118
136 To what extent do the following statements apply to your child? 119
137 This kid gets on well with his classmates. 120
138 This child thinks school is a waste of time. 121
139 Does not take school seriously. 122
140 This kid comes along well in class. 123
141 Does not get along well with the teacher. 124
142 This kid likes to learn. 125
143 Questions E170-E185 b009
144 To what extent do the following secondary school-leaving certificates correspond to the ideal education you would like for your child? 126
145 To what extent does a secondary school leaving certificate (completion of compulsory education) correspond to your personal ideal for the school education of this child? 127
146 To what extent does a middle school diploma (eg secondary school diplom) correspond to your personal ideal for the school education of this child? 128
147 To what extent does the Abitur (High School Certificate / High School Diploma) correspond to your personal ideal for the school education of this child? 129
148 And how likely do you think that child will leave school with one of the following degrees? 130
149 And how likely do you think that this child will leave school with a secondary school leaving certificate? 131
150 And how likely do you think that child will leave school with a middle school diploma? 132
151 And how likely do you think that this child will leave school with a high school diploma? 133
152 AB96 to B120 b010
153 Which languages <U+200B><U+200B>do you speak with this child? 134
154 What languages <U+200B><U+200B>do other household members talk to this child? 135
155 Which languages <U+200B><U+200B>do you or other household members talk to this child? 136
156 Does this child speak here in Germany with his family members ... 137
157 Does this kid talk to his friends here in Germany ... 138
158 Does this child speak here in Germany in kindergarten or at school ... 139
159 Can this child understand German? 140
160 Does this child speak German words? 141
161 How well could this child speak German at the time of his / her beginning in Germany? 142
162 How well can the child speak German? 143
163 How well can the child write in German ? 144
164 How well can the child speak German? 145
165 Which languages <U+200B><U+200B>does this child still speak except German? 146
166 Which language does it speak the best of it? 147
167 How well can this child speak that language? 148
168 How well can you write in German ? 149
169 How well can this child read this language? 150
170 What’s your current impression of your child? To what extent do you agree with the following statements? 151
171 My child is generally cheerful and happy 152
172 My child is easily irritated and cries a lot 153
173 My child is difficult to comfort when upset 154
174 My child is curious and active 155
175 My child tends to be shy 156
176 My child is communicative and likes to talk 157
177 My child shows empathy when others are sad 158
178 I'm worried about the health of my child 159
179 ABC28 to BC38 b011
180 Did you receive a children's examination booklet (U-booklet) for medical check-ups (U1, U2, U3, etc.) for this child? 160
181 What was the last performed check-up (U2, U3, etc.) on this child? 161
182 How would you describe your child's current state of health? 162
183 Has this child ever been examined by a doctor in Germany? 163
184 Has any of the following delays / disorders / disabilities been identified in this child? 164
185 Did your child experience health problems in the last 12 months that necessitated a hospital stay? 165
186 How many days has this kid been in the hospital for the past 12 months? 166
187 Is your child in any way impaired or prevented from doing things that most children of his or her age can do? 167
188 Did you have to go to or call a doctor in the last 3 months because of your child's health problems? 168
189 Did you have to go to or call a doctor in the last 3 months because of your child's health problems? 169
190 Has your child been diagnosed by a doctor as having one of the following health conditions or impairments? 170
191 How many height is the child 171
192 What is the current weight of this child? 172
193 BC267 to B279 b012
194 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver engaged in the following activities with your child? 173
195 How many times have you or the main caregiver taken outdoor activities (walks or similar) with the child over the last 14 days?How many times have you or the primary care person shared with this child in the last 14 days? Doing activities in the fresh air (walks or similar)? 174
196 How many times have you or the main caregiver visited other families with children in the last 14 days with this child? 175
197 How many times have you or the main caregiver been shopping with this child in the last 14 days? 176
198 How many times have you or the primary caregiver sung children's songs with the child over the last 14 days? 177
199 How many times have you or the main caregiver painted or tinkered with this child in the last 14 days? 178
200 How many times have you or the main caregiver played card games, dice games or other games together with this child over the past 14 days? 179
201 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver engaged in the following activities with your child? 180
202 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver 181
203 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver 182
204 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver 183
205 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver 184
206 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver 185
207 How many times in the last 14 days have you or the main caregiver watch picture books with your child? 186
208 Is your child allowed to watch television or videos alone, without adult supervision? 187
209 How many hours per week may this child watch TV or videos alone? 188
210 BC121 to B151 b013
211 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 189
212 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 190
213 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 191
214 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 192
215 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 193
216 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 194
217 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 195
218 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 196
219 How would you rate this child compared to peers? 197
220 How would you like judge this child in contrast to peer groups? 198
221 For parents it is always a special event, if your child can do something new again. Please indicate on each of the following items if this child already can. 199
222 Speaks in full sentences (with four or more words) 200
223 Follows instructions, five minutes after hearing them. 201
224 Can state his/her first and last name if someone asks for it. 202
225 Listens attentively to a story for 15 minutes or longer 203
226 Passes on simple messages such as “dinner is ready” 204
227 Uses a spoon to eat, without assistance and without dripping 205
228 Blows his/her nose without assistance 206
229 Uses the toilet to do “number two” 207
230 Put on pants and underpants the right way around 208
231 Brushes his/her teeth without assistance 209
232 Walks forwards down the stairs 210
233 Climbs up playground climbing equipment and other high playground structures 211
234 Cuts paper with scissors 212
235 Paints/draws recognizable shapes on paper 213
236 Can hold a pencil correctly 214
237 Participates in games with other children 215
238 Gets involved in role-playing games (“playing pretend”) 216
239 Shows a special liking for particular playmates or friends 217
240 Is able to name his/her own feelings, e.g., “sad”, “happy”, “scared” 218
241 Takes turns when playing playing without being asked. 219
242 CDE39v to E281 b014
243 To what extent do the following statements apply to this child? This child often talks about positive things she experienced in the time before moving to Germany 220
244 This child often talks about negative things she experienced in the time before moving to Germany 221
245 To what extent do you agree with the following statements about your child? For each answer, think about your child’s behavior in the last six months. 222
246 This child is respectful 223
247 is restless, hyperactive, can’t sit still long 224
248 likes to ahre with other children (sweets, toy, pencils etc.) 225
249 has tantrums, is quick tempered 226
250 is a loner, most times plays alone 227
251 is helpful when others are hurt or sad 228
252 This kid is constantly fidgety 229
253 has fights with other children or bullies them 230
254 is often unhappy or downcast, cries a lot 231
255 is generally well-liked by other children 232
256 is easily distracted, unfocused 233
257 is nervous or clingy in new situations, easily loses self-confidence 234
258 is often teased or picked on by others 235
259 often helps others of his/her own accord (parents, teachers, other children) 236
260 copes better with adults than with children 237
261 has a lot of fears, gets scared easily 238
262 finishes what he/she starts, can concentrate for a long time 239
263 This kid thinks before it acts. 240
264 This child often complains of headache, abdominal pain or nausea 241
265 Below are some of the personality and skill influenced by child rearing. In your opinion, how important are the following education aims? 242
266 How important do you personally think that this child will become a good student? 243
267 How important do you personally think that this child gets on well with other children? 244
268 How important do you personally think that this child is interested in how and why certain things happen? 245
269 How important do you personally think that this child behaves like a normal girl or a normal boy? 246
270 How important do you personally think that this child is honest? 247
271 How important do you personally think that this child has good manners? 248
272 How important do you personally think that this child has self-control? 249
273 How important do you personally think that this child is responsible? 250
274 How important do you personally think that this child takes care of others? 251
275 How important do you think that this child obey his/her parents? 252
276 How important do you think that this child has a good judgment? 253
277 How important do you think that this child is neat and proper? 254
278 How important do you think that this child will reach their aims? 255
279 How important do you think that this child can integrate in groups? 256
280 How important do you personally think that this child learns to prevail in life against resistance? 257
281 #How important do you personally think that this child is satisfied with what it has and can do? 258
282 How important do you personally think that this child learns to avoid risks in life? 259
283 How important do you personally think that this child is liked by others, is adorable? 260
284 How important do you personally think that this child obeys religious rules? 261
285 How do you feel in your role as a parent and to what extent do you agree with the following statements? 262
286 I am willing to put my child's desires ahead of my own. 263
287 When my child refuses to obey or does something she/he is not supposed to, it's because he/she is trying to annoy me. 264
288 I feel that childcare and bringing takes up all of my time and dominates my life. 265
289 I wish my parental responsibilities didn't tie me up so much. 266
290 When there are problems with childrearing, my child is to blame. 267
291 When I am with my child, there’s nothing I would rather be doing. 268
292 I would put up with anything in my child's best interests. 269
293 I think when my child misbehaves he/she is doing it intentionally 270
294 I often drop everything to help my child 271
295 I look forward to being with my child 272
296 How frequently do the following things occur? 273
297 I use words and gestures to show my child that I love him/her 274
298 I criticize my child 275
299 I talk to my child about things he/she has done, seen, or experienced when he/she was out. 276
300 I punish my child when he/she is disobedient. 277
301 I threaten my child with punishment, but don't actually follow through with it. 278
302 When my child is outside the home, I know exactly where he/she is. 279
303 I tend to be strict with my child. 280
304 I comfort my child when he/she feels sad. 281
305 I shout at my child when he/she did something wrong. 282
306 I feel that my child is ungrateful because he/she disobeys. 283
307 I stop talking to my child for a while when he/she did something wrong. 284
308 I make it clear to my child that he/she should not oppose orders and decisions. 285
309 I praise my child. 286
310 I scold my child when I am angry at him/her. 287
311 I try to actively influence my child's circle of friends. 288
312 I reduce punishments or lift them ahead of time. 289
313 I am disappointed and sad when my child misbehaves. 290
314 It is hard for me to be consistent in my childrearing. 291
315 How often does this kid watch TV, DVDs or Internet streams (like YouTube) in German? 292
316 How often does this kid watch TV, DVDs, or Internet streams (such as YouTube) in one or more other languages? 293
317 How often does child use computer- /Online- /console- or smart phone games? 294
318 How often does this kid use social online networks? 295
319 How many times is this child on the phone (including Skype or similar)? 296
320 How often does this child exchange text messages or messengers? 297
321 How often does this child surf the internet? 298
322 How often does this child listen music? 299
323 How often does this child make music? 300
324 How often do this child sport? 301
325 How often does this child do something with the family (for example, trips or similar)? 302
326 How often is this child with friends? 303
327 How often does this child practice dance, theater or something else? 304
328 How often does this child do technical work and work? 305
329 How often does this child paint or make things with hands? 306
330 How often does this child read? 307
331 How often does this child just do nothing, hang or dream? 308
332 How often does this child visit extracurricular religious education? 309
333 How often does this child visit other religious events? 310
334 How often does this child go in youth group? 311
335 How often does this child involved social or support aid projects? 312
336 How often does this child take care about pets? 313
337 How often does this child visit a culture association? 314
338 How many closely friends has this child in Germany? 315
339 Where are the friends of this child who live in Germany? 316
340 How often does this child spend time in his / her free time with persons from his/her country of origin who not related with him or her? 317
341 How often does this child spend time in his / her free time with persons from Germany? 318
342 How often does this child spend time in his/her free time with persons from other countries? 319
343 Gets your child pocket money? 320
344 How much pocket money gets your child? 321
345 Thank you for answering this child. Now it's about: 331
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Label: Childhood (0-10-year-olds) 2017


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