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EDPY330, Chapter 8 Notes

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EDPY330, Chapter 8 Notes EDPY 330

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These are the class notes from EDPY 330 chapter 8. All of the information included is what is considered highly important in relation to the exam and will be covered on exam 2.
Lifespan Growth and Development
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Date Created: 10/11/16
Wednesday October 5, 2016 EDPY330 Chapter 8 notes Erick Erickson’s Stages (pg241) Initiative vs. Guilt (3-6 years) Children face conflicts between acting independently and guild that comes from failure when they don’t succeed. Self-Concept Identity Set of beliefs about what one is like as an individual Gender- the act of being male or female PLAY Mildred Parten Instrumental in the identification of the types of play Stages of Play Solitary Play- A child is with other children, but is playing alone (ex A child is playing with blocks alone in the corner of the room) Parallel Play- Children are playing the same game or activity. They are playing next to each other, but not talking or doing the same activity. (ex. Two or more children are playing with blocks near each other but not talking to each other) Onlooker Play- Children watching others play, don’t speak or act Associative Play- Children are playing the same game, but not working together (ex Two or more children are playing with blocks building the same things or different things, talking to each other but not working together to create something) Cooperative Play- Children are working together to play a game (ex. Two or more children are playing with blocks building the same thing, talking with each other and working together to create) Right & Left activity Parenting Styles Diana Baumrind Authoritarian Controlling, punitive, rigid, and cold, and whose word is law They value strict, unquestioning obedience from their children and do not tolerate expressions of disagreement Permissive Parents who provide lax and inconsistent feedback and require little of their children Involved with their children, but they place little or no limits or control on their behavior Their children typically show low control and low social skills Children tend to feel very privileged Uninvolved No interest in their children and often neglect them Authoritative Parents who are firm in setting clear and consistent limits. They do try to reason with their children and give explanations why they shouldn’t behave a certain way. Figure 8.4 Warning signs of child abuse


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