Holistic Biographical Narrative of a child.
In this essay I will be discussing about the observation of a nine month old baby girl called Sarah, who lives with her mother and father in a private home in East London. Her two parents are from different races but were both born in United Kingdom. During the observation Sarah’s mother used very different method to take care of her child. How it was assessed and observed the role her mother placed during the observation. Discussing the child`s physical development, cognitive development, Language development social and emotional development. Behaviour and goals achieved when observing the child. General outcome found and what was learnt, changes activities, improvement and parent relationship with the child and children in general. Factors affecting children’s behaviour:
Quite often the way the child behaves reflects how they feel about themselves or what is happening in their lives. A change in a child’s behaviour can indicate a change in their circumstances and this is why it is important to exchange information with their parent/s. Occasionally a change in a child’s behaviour such as attitude and picking up children’s toys may mean the child is not being looked after properly. Thompson (1991) referred to as a theory of personal emotion. Thompson mentioned few important issues like social learning theory suggests that children learn from watching these around them, particularly their parents/carer mother later in life.
Sarah`s mental development:
Sarah is now familiar with her surroundings an now during the longer periods when she is awake; she begins to show an interest in the objects and increasing which to indicate with those around her. At Sarah`s she smiles towards herself, her mother, and crawling around picking up toys while responding to their sounds and talking with her mother. Sarah recognises what she is doing and demonstrates in body language. Sarah...
References: Sarah`s mother helped towards this observation by telling me all about Sarah`s bath time, feeding time, play time and bed time routine and turns between herself and her husband by sharing the care for Sarah. Most of all the area which Sarah plays in and messes up while playing and crawling every day.
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