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Developmental Areas. 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.

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vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Motor skill:
  • Large motor skill:
  • Small motor skill:
  • Hand-eye coordination:
  • Developmental Milestone:
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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
8th 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
7th 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
Essential Question:
  • What are the 6 developmental areas and how are they used in conjunction with developmental milestones?
physical development
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRF27F2bn-A&feature=BFa&list=LPSved-q5MQo4
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apzXGEbZht0
quiz number 1 10
Quiz: Number 1-10
  • 1. 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 can’t talk how do they communicate?
  • 5. Which development is learned by listening to the people around you?
quiz continued
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?
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