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by: Brittany Ballog

Chapter7LectureOutlinePart1.pdf HDFS 225

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Lifespan Human Development in the family
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Date Created: 09/27/15
I II III Chapter 7 Outline Part 1 Physical Growth and MotorSkill Development Gross motor skills 0 Running jumping kicking 0 Large body movements made with arms and legs 0 Children benefit from plenty of exercise Fine motor skills 0 Painting getting dressed coloring O Involve small body parts such as hands and fingers 0 Develop more slowly than gross motor skills Sensory Development Visual Tactile and Kinesthetic Senses 0 Children learn about their world by stroking objects of various textures putting any new objects in their mouth 0 Children use their eyes hands mouth and feet to explore their environment Hearing and Language Development 0 Language development depends on a healthy auditory system 0 Also depends on the development of muscles in the mouth tongue and larynx Olfactory and Gustatory Sensations 0 Some children are more sensitive to smells and states 0 Finicky eaters 0 Do not like spicy strong tasting bitter or pungent foods The Brain and Nervous System Rapid development Children s brains is about 90 of its adult weight at age 5 Children at Risk of Cognitive Delays Autism Asperger s syndrome 0 One of the syndrome s closely related to autism Seizure disorder HIVAIDS Congenital birth defect Young children with behavior problems 0 Methylphenidate Ritalin Adderall Concerta Young children exposed to chemicals 0 Household objects made of toxins Nutrition and Health Issues By age 2 toddlers will be able to eat most family foods Young children need a mixed food diet Eating behaviors are as variable as children themselves When a child refuses certain foods 0 They are probably not hungry or they don t like the particular food 0 Try reintroducing the food at a later time Some children experience food allergies A strict vegetarian diet for a growing child is questionable and should be monitored by a nutritionist or medical professional Selfcare Behaviors Cultures differ in how much independence they promote in children regarding selfcare behaviors Toilet training 0 Big developmental milestone Sleep 0 Children need to receive adequate amounts of rest daily Sleep disturbances in young children 0 Problems initiating maintaining and resisting sleep Illness and immunizations 0 Children are continuously in contact with other children and are at a great risk of contacting illnesses 0 Immunizations are required in most cases 0 Children will experience better health when the immunization schedules are followed Cognitive Development Intelligence and Its Assessment Intelligence a global capacity to understand the world think rationally and cope resourcefully with the challenges of life Intelligence has been defined an measured in many different ways Wechsler intelligence is a global ability Spearman s two factor theory intelligence compromises both global and specific abilities Gardner there are many different kinds of intelligence Piaget intelligence is a process rather than a product Sternberg the informationprocessing view of intelligence looks at how people mentally manipulate information Intelligence Single or Multiple Factors 0 Intelligence as a general ability I Twofactor theory of intelligence general intelligence which is universal and specific intelligence which is particular to certain tasks 0 VIII Multiple intelligence having more than one type of intelligence Multiple Intelligences Gardner believes humans have at least nine distinct intelligences that interact 0 00000000 IX Verballinguistic Lo gicalmathematical Visualspatial Musical Bodilykinesthetic Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist Existentialist Intelligence and the Nature Nurture Debate Hereditarian Position believe intelligence tests prove importance of heredity 0 Use intelligence quotient to measure intelligence Environmentalist rebuttal intellect is affected by environment 0 Believe IQ scores do not adequately measure intelligence Contemporary scientific consensus both perspectives contribute to intelligence


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