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Good Morning Child Development Students Please accomplish the following today… 1. Go through power point and take notes 2. Complete the apply what you know – you were given a white paper on Thursday, write answers on the paper, I will check on Monday 3. Complete Page 10 in packet- Understanding development Remember that you will have a quiz Tuesday on Development during the first 2 years
Review questions- answer on white paper from yesterday 1. What are the 3 ways kids develop 2. What are the small white bumps found on the face of a neonate? Why are they there? 3. What color are neonates eyes? Why? When do they change? 4. The grasp reflex is also know as… 5. Why do they test babies reflexes?
Motor Sequence During the First Year Complete chart in packet to the best of your ability ( period 4 you have already done this) We’ll go through this on Monday
Social/Emotional/Personality Temperament – quality and intensity of emotional reactions Passivity- how actively involved a child is with his/ her surroundings Activity- Level of movement Irritability- tendency to feel distressed
Attachment emotional connection Starts within the first few months Strengthens between 8 and 12 months Separation anxiety - when a child gets upset if a caregiver is leaving Peaks between 13 and 15 months
Apply what you know A mother has a choice to go back to work when her child is 6 months old or 12 months old. Thinking only about attachment, how would the child react to the mother leaving, would it be easier for a 12 month old or a 6 month old? Why? ( answer on white paper)
Harry Harlow’s Attachment Theory http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02r3u59FRPU&fea ture=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02r3u59FRPU&fea ture=related While watching this video, think about how important it is to have someone warm and caring in your life What did this experiment prove (answer on white paper)
Cognitive Development 0-2 Children are learning through their senses Smell, touch, taste, hear, see Deferred Imitation- Watching someone’s behavior and then acting out the behavior later Object permanence - realizing that things still exist even if you cannot see them Develops at about 8 months
Cognitive development ( continued) Language by age 2 Telegraphic speech Begins once a child reaches 200 words in their vocab Two word phrases common for 2 year olds
Apply what you know Dana often hits her baby dolls and yells at them. Would this concern you- explain why. Jimmy says “my milk”. How old is he, how many words does he have in his vocabulary? Baby Greg watches TV for 6-8 hours a day. Baby Joe does not watch TV, he spends most of his day finger painting, dancing to music and building with different textured blocks. Who will develop faster- why?
All done the power point Complete the review questions page 10 in packet