Use your student book and the Internet to create definitions for the following aspects of child development. Physical development:
Physical development means the progress of a child’s control over his body. This includes control over muscles, physical coordination, and ability to sit and stand. These are the initial developments in a child’s growth. And with age, there are many more developments that take place.
Communication development is how a child starts to understand their environment and gain knowledge. e.g. Developing skills like concentration, sharing and reading. This also refers to a child's ability to learn, understand, recognise and reason.
Cognitive development is the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood.
Social development is often related to the social, emotional and personal development of an individual.
Emotion development refers to a child's increasing awareness and control of their feelings and how they react to these feelings in a given situation.
The Definition For behavioral Development is the developments of the way in which someone behaves
Continue to use your student book and the Internet for research purposes. Create a table that shows the main stages of each of the aspects of child development from birth to 19 years.
|Birth to 4 weeks |Lies on back with head to one side | | |Head lags when pulled up to sit | | |Primitive reflexes, i.e. rooting, sucking, stepping, grasping | |1 month |Head control still unsteady | | |Hands in tight fists | | |Grasps objects when they touch the palm of the hand | | |Head and eyes move together | |3 months |Kicks legs and waves arms | | |Can lift head and turn when on front | | |Watches movements of own hands, plays with own hands | | |Holds rattle for a few seconds if placed in hand | |4 months |Uses arms for support when lying on stomach | | |Turns from back to side | | |Holds on to and shakes small items | |6 months |Sits with support | | |Rolls over...
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