PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING BOOK/REFERENCE. The Developing Person Through Childhood
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PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING BOOK/REFERENCE.
The Developing Person Through Childhood –Berger 8th Edition 978-1-319-06164-7
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1. Give examples of the basic pattern of motor-skill development, and discuss variations in biosocial development during middle childhood.
2. Describe cognitive development during middle childhood, focusing on language development and the advantages and challenges of learning English as a second language during this time.
3. Discuss psychosocial development during middle childhood, giving examples of the main developments in the child’s emotional life.
4. Describe the symptoms of AD/HD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), and discuss the types of treatment available for children with this disorder
1. Summarize how curriculum and academic standards are typically selected in formal school systems, and how these choices can ultimately affect a child’s development.
2. Outline the constructivist’s philosophy, describe emergent curriculum, and discuss the potential advantages and disadvantages of this approach education.
3. Discuss the socializing influence of school and identify the social skills that children learn at school both inside and outside of the classroom.
4. Explain how the theories of Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, and B.F. Skinner have shaped how children are taught in the classroom.
5. Define the concept of multiple intelligences, identify different types of intelligence, and discuss the possible benefits and challenges of applying this theory in classroom situations.
6. Summarize what parents can do to support the learning experience of their school-age children.
7. Differentiate between achievement and aptitude test and discuss the pros and cons of using tests to evaluate student knowledge and performance.