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1 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 1 Chapter Emotional and Social Development of Infants 8  Section 8.1 Understanding Emotional Development of Infants  Section 8.2 Understanding Social Development of Infants Contents

2 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 2 Caregivers play a large role in babies’ emotional development, helping them learn to express feelings and develop a personal identity. Section 8.1 Understanding Emotional Development of Infants

3 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary emotional development emotion colic reflux attachment failure to thrive temperament crucial hinder

4 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 4 Emotions and Emotional Development Babies learn emotions through interaction with caregivers. Crying is part of a baby’s emotional development. emotional development The process of learning to recognize and express feelings and to establish a personal identity.

5 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 5 Emotions and Emotional Development A crying baby can be comforted with motion, cuddling, singing, massage, or a toy. Babies self-comfort by sucking on a thumb or a pacifier. Uncontrollable crying may be caused by colic or reflux. colic Uncontrollable crying by an otherwise healthy baby. reflux A condition in which partially digested food rises in the throat.

6 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 6 Attachment and Emotional Development Attachments are essential to the healthy emotional development of an infant. Attachments help babies build healthy, loving relationships later in life.

7 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 7 Attachment and Emotional Development Attachments can be built through touch, consistent care, and communication. Lack of love and attention can cause failure to thrive. failure to thrive A condition in which babies do not grow and develop properly.

8 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 8 Understanding Temperament Understanding a baby’s temperament allows the caregiver to know what care is needed. Caregivers need to adapt to a child’s temperament. temperament A person’s unique emotional makeup.

9 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 9 Understanding Temperament Describe each temperament trait. Intensity Highly intense children have powerful responses. They may cry and scream loudly. Less intense children tend to be calmer and quieter. Persistence Very persistent children take on challenges. They do not like to stop in the middle of a project. Less persistent children can be persuaded to move on to new activities. They can accept no for an answer. Sensitivity Highly sensitive children have their feelings hurt easily. They may be bothered by sights, sounds, or smells. Less sensitive children are not as concerned with others’ opinions of them. They may not perceive other people’s emotions as easily. TraitDescription

10 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 10 Understanding Temperament Describe each temperament trait. Perceptiveness Highly perceptive children get distracted easily. They have a hard time following complex directions. Less perceptive children notice less of what is going on around them. This makes it easier to follow through on multi-step tasks. Adaptability Highly adaptable children are not bothered by surprises or changes of plans. Less adaptable children resist change. Regularity Highly regular children like to eat, sleep, and go to the bathroom at about the same time each day. Less regular children have a different schedule each day. TraitDescription

11 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 11 Understanding Temperament Describe each temperament trait. Activity High-energy children love to move. They often squirm and move around in their seats. They would often rather run than walk. Low-energy children move much less and may seem more relaxed. Approach High-approach children dive right in. These children are open to new activities and willing to try new foods. Low-approach children are more shy and cautious. Mood Children with a positive mood have a rosy outlook. They expect the best from people. Children with a negative mood may be more suspicious. They may easily feel angry or disappointed. TraitDescription

12 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 12 Emotional Climate of the Home Babies are influenced by adults’ emotions, voice, gestures, and facial expressions. Babies need to feel affection and caring.

13 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 13 Section 8.2 Understanding Social Development of Infants Caregivers play a large role in a baby’s social development. They help the infant learn to form relationships and feel comfortable in his or her world.

14 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 14 Content Vocabulary social development cause and effect model stranger anxiety play environment Academic Vocabulary lead motivate

15 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 15 Social Development and Learning Social development is closely related to emotional development. Babies learn by observing cause and effect and through imitation. cause and effect A relationship between events in which one event, the effect, is caused by another event. social development The process of learning how to interact and express oneself with others.

16 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 16 Social Development and Learning Parents need to model good behavior. Babies develop better socially if they get more positive responses than negative ones to their behaviors. Stranger anxiety is common in babies. stranger anxiety A fear of unfamiliar people, usually expressed by crying.

17 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 17 Social Development Through Play Babies learn about the world around them through play. Play strengthens all areas of growth and development.

18 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 18 Social Development Through Play Babies learn about interacting with others through play. Babies use all senses to explore. How do babies use the sense of taste to explore?

19 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 19 Chapter Summary Section 8.1 Understanding Emotional Development of Infants Emotional development is the process of learning to recognize and express feelings and to establish a personal identity. Caregivers can help shape emotional development by providing consistent, responsive, and loving care. Temperaments and the emotional climate of the home also influence emotional development.

20 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 20 Chapter Summary Section 8.2 Understanding Social Development of Infants Social development is the process of learning how to interact and express oneself with others. Babies learn social behavior by watching and interacting with others. Stranger anxiety is a normal sign of social development. Babies learn about the world by playing and exploring.

21 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 21 Review Do you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions. The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions. Start

22 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 22 emotional development desarrollo emocional The process of learning to recognize and express feelings and to establish a personal identity. El proceso de aprender a reconocer y expresar emociones, y desarrollar la personalidad. Show Definition

23 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 23 emotion emoción A feeling response to the world around us. Sentimiento en respuesta a las cosas que pasan en nuestro alrededor. Show Definition

24 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 24 colic cólico Uncontrollable crying by an otherwise healthy baby. Llanto incontrolable de un bebé que por lo demás es saludable. Show Definition

25 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 25 reflux reflujo A condition in which partially digested food rises in the throat. Una condición en la que comida parcialmente digerida se devuelve a la garganta. Show Definition

26 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 26 attachment apego A baby’s bond to his or her main caregiver. Vínculo entre un bebé y la persona que lo cuida. Show Definition

27 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 27 failure to thrive retardo de crecimiento A condition in which babies do not grow and develop properly. Condición que no permite que un bebé crezca normalmente. Show Definition

28 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 28 temperament temperamento A person’s unique emotional makeup. Disposición emocional única de cada persona. Show Definition

29 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 29 social development desarrollo social The process of learning how to interact and express oneself with others. El proceso de aprender cómo interactuar y expresarse con otros. Show Definition

30 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 30 cause and effect causa y efecto A relationship between events in which one event, the effect, is caused by another event. Relación entre dos sucesos en la que uno, el efecto, es causado por el otro. Show Definition

31 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 31 model ejemplar To base a behavior on somebody else; to teach it through example. Que sirve de modelo de comportamiento; que enseña dando buen ejemplo. Show Definition

32 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 32 stranger anxiety ansiedad a los extraños A fear of unfamiliar people, usually expressed by crying. Miedo a la gente no conocida, normalmente expresado con llanto. Show Definition

33 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 33 play environment ambiente de juego A comfortable space free of dangers and with toys that are safe and interesting. Un espacio cómodo, libre de peligros y con juegos que son seguros e interesantes. Show Definition

34 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 34 crucial Essential; very important. Esencial; muy importante. Show Definition

35 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 35 hinder impedir To delay or obstruct the development of someone or something. Retrasar u obstaculizar el desarrollo de algo o de alguien. Show Definition

36 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 36 lead guía An example or precedent. Ejemplo o precedente. Show Definition

37 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 37 motivate motivar To provide a reason to do something. Dar una razón para hacer algo. Show Definition

38 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants 38 End of Chapter 8 Emotional and Social Development of Infants home glencoe.com


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