Presentation on theme: "Developmental Areas. Vocabulary Motor skill: Large motor skill: Small motor skill: Hand-eye coordination: Developmental Milestone:"— Presentation transcript:
Vocabulary Motor skill: Large motor skill: Small motor skill: Hand-eye coordination: Developmental Milestone:
Motor skill: An ability that depends on the use and control of muscles. Large motor skill: Movement and control of the back, legs, shoulders, and arms. Small motor skill: Movement and control of smaller body parts, such as the hands and fingers Hand-eye coordination: The ability of the eyes and the hand and arm muscles to work together to make complex movement Developmental Milestone: A skill achieved at a particular stage of life.
8 th Grade Standard MSFCS8–ECE1: Students will analyze human growth and development and demonstrate the integration of knowledge, skills and practices of the caregiver- educator roles. a) Discuss principles of human growth and development. d) Investigate the roles and responsibilities of parents and caregivers.
7 th Grade Standard MSFCS7–ECE1: Students will analyze human growth and development and demonstrate the integration of knowledge, skills and practices of the caregiver- educator roles. a) Identify stages of human development
Essential Question: What are the 6 developmental areas and how are they used in conjunction with developmental milestones?
There are 6 areas of developmental growth.
Physical Development Growth of the body and the strength and coordination of the muscles. Includes large motor skills and small motor skills (refer to vocabulary) Development of hand-eye coordination.
Intellectual Development The ability to think, understand, and reason. As children grow and develop their thinking grows as well from: sensory experiences to hands-on experiences to logical thinking to abstract thinking (thinking outside the box).
Language Development Children learn the rules of language by listening to the people around them. Learning to communicate truly helps the child share ideas and be understood.
Emotional Development Infants show emotions through body movements, facial expressions, and sounds, such as cooing or crying. As children grow older the need help identifying their emotions and learning to express these emotions in a socially acceptable way.
Social Development Demonstrate their social development through their interactions with others. Sharing, getting along, and making friends all require social skills. When children learn what it is to feel wanted, they want more. Smiles and praise show expressions of approval while frowns and scolding help children learn to avoid negative actions.
Moral Development Understanding right from wrong. Young children depend on their parents to tell them whether an action is good or bad. Through instruction and by modeling moral behavior; parents and other adults help children build character.
Quiz: Number Name the 6 Developmental Areas. 2. What is the difference between small and large motor skills? 3. What is intellectual development? 4. Since a baby cant talk how do they communicate? 5. Which development is learned by listening to the people around you?
Quiz Continued… 6. What is Moral Development? 7. What do babies think happens to their parents when they are playing peek-a-boo? 8. What are three examples of showing Social Development? 9. Who do young children look to, to teach them right from wrong? 10. Which development is the growth of the body and muscles?