Cheaper By The Dozen (2003 movie version) brings up many issues related to marriage, parenting, child guidance, etc. This is a great movie to use in many Family and Consumer Sciences classes, particularly Child Development, Human Growth and Development, Child Guidance, or other Human Services related courses.
I did not include directions on the product because you can implement this worksheet in multiple ways. Student can use the movie to provide examples to support their answers, or come up with answers using their own experiences. These reflection questions DO NOT have an answer key because the students should provide their own personal reasoning.
This could also be a great tool to prompt class discussions, as I have often found that the way we are raised can lead to a passionate discussion.