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PCD. 4.02 Emotional and Social Development. Sketch-to-stretch. During your first activity , you will be asked to listen to a story and then draw a picture of what you’ve learned or know about something. Under the sketch, you will write a 1-2 sentence summary about the picture.

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PCD

4.02

Emotional and Social Development

sketch to stretch
Sketch-to-stretch
  • During your first activity, you will be asked to listen to a story and then draw a picture of what you’ve learned or know about something.
  • Under the sketch, you will write a 1-2 sentence summary about the picture.
  • You DO NOT have to be artists to complete the sketch; you are encouraged to draw stick figures and quick responses.
  • This activity encourages thinking and processing information; it is not for assessing drawing skills.
the rescuing hug
“The Rescuing Hug”
  • Directions:
    • Close your eyes while teacher reads the article in Appendix 4.02D.
    • After you hear the story, use the Sketch to stretch literacy strategy to draw what you visualized during the reading.
      • Paper and colored pencils will be provided
    • Describe your sketch in two sentences.
    • Answer the following questions on the same paper as your sketch and be ready to share and discuss with the class.
      • What examples of emotional development did you hear in the article?
      • What examples of social development did you hear in the article?
      • What examples show influences of emotional and social development?
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Appendix 4.02AWord Puzzle/MnemonicWhat Do Emotional and Social Development of Infants have in Common?
  • Directions:
    • Use the clues provided to help you identify these similarities between emotional and social development of infants.
    • When you are finished, notice that the top line and the initial letters down the left side, shown in red, combine to form one way that both areas of development are alike.
clues i need a volunteer to come fill in the blanks for each patterns
Clues: I need a volunteer to come fill-in the blanks for each PATTERNS

P: Aspects of both emotional and social development are able to be anticipated.

P_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

A: These are two key elements needed for healthy emotional and social development.

A_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _ _ _ _

T: This part of infant emotional and social development varies from one individual to another.

T_ _ _ _ _

T: With these two elements, people learn to handle their emotions and form healthy relationships.

T_ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

E: This is the result of healthy emotional and social development of infants.

E_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

R: These are influenced by both emotional and social development.

R_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

N: This time span is the same span in which both emotional and social developments occur.

N_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

S: These feelings about self (emotional) are reflected in behavior toward others (social).

S_ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

key terms boxes
“Key Terms Boxes”
  • Use the graphic organizer found in Appendix 4.02B.
  • Show/Tell the definition of each key term one at a time from Key Terms found in Appendix 4.02I OR PP.
  • Use the vocabulary word boxes to write, “What does a (key term) look like?
    • Write on the graphic organizer –What would the (key term) look/ sound/ feel like?
  • After all words have been used, pair and share to discuss which words relate to similarities of emotional and social development and which words relate to differences.
emotional social developments
Emotional & Social Developments
  • are closely interrelated aspects of an infant’s development; yet, each is a separate type of development with clearly observable patterns and characteristics.
both follow p redictable patterns
Both follow PREDICTABLE PATTERNS
  • Developmental milestones can be anticipated
a ffection and harmony
AFFECTION and HARMONY
  • Key elements needed for both healthy emotional and social development.
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Building trust and forming attachments are essential for both emotional and social development.
  • With TRUST AND HEALTHY ATTACHMENTS, people learn to handle their emotions and form healthy relationships.
early signs of emotional development
Early signs of emotional development:
  • Crying
  • Muscle tension
  • Smiling
  • Cooing
  • Wiggling the body
self concepts
Self-concepts

These feelings about self

(emotional) are reflected

in behavior toward others

(social).

emotional development
The process of learning which continues all the way through a lifetime to recognize and express feelings and establish a unique personal identity

The process of learning which continues all the way through a lifetime to show self-expression and how to interact with others

Social Development

Emotional Development
fix it
“Fix It”
  • Use the handout found in Appendix 4.02G.
  • Work with your partner to decide how to fix the situations to support healthier emotional and social development.
erickson s trust vs mistrust
“Erickson’s Trust vs. Mistrust”
  • Read in the textbook, The Developing Child about trust and mistrust, Eric Erikson’s theory of personality development.
  • Use the graphic organizer in Appendix 4.02E to take notes from the reading.
  • Be ready to discuss what you found and learned.
show tell
“Show & Tell”
  • Find a picture in a magazine that shows the “early signs” of Emotional and Social Development in infants.
    • Each person will have a different “early sign” to look for.
    • The picture must demonstrate and/or describe your topic.
      • You will glue your picture to the poster labeled, “Early Signs” of Emotional and Social Development of Infants
early signs of emotional development1
Crying

Muscle tension

Smiling

Cooing

Wiggling the body

Responding to a voice

Enjoying being picked up

Responding to cuddling, comforting

Smiling when a face/person appears

Crying when a face/person leaves

Early signs of emotional development:

Early signs of social development:

t chart emotional and social development
Use the handout found in Appendix 4.02F to list the milestones of emotional development that occur in the first year in the left column.

In the right column, list milestones of social development that occur in the first year.

“T chart--- Emotional and Social Development”
  • Write how they are different in a summary paragraph at the bottom of the T-chart.
emotional and social timeline
Emotional and Social Timeline

Directions:

1. A timeline will be place on the wall, labeled with months.

2. You will receive:

1. Paper doll to cut out, color/decorate.

2. Milestone of emotional and social development of infants

a. Find your information in the textbook.

b. Write your info. on the front of the paper doll.

3. You will then place your doll on the timeline in the appropriate time frame.

4. The whole class will view the timeline and discuss our findings.

key terms
Key terms
  • Objective 4.02
  • 1-18
emotional development1
emotional development
  • The process of learning to recognize and express feelings and establish a unique personal identity
social development
social development
  • The process of learning to show self-expression and interact with others
predictable patterns
predictable patterns
  • Happening or turning out in the way that might have been expected
affection
Affection
  • Tender feelings toward someone or something
harmony
Harmony
  • A situation in which there is friendly agreement or accord
timing
Timing
  • The ability to choose or the choice of the best moment to do or say something
trust
Trust
  • Reliance on good qualities, especially fairness, honor, and ability
healthy attachments
healthy attachments
  • A good bond between a child and a parent or other primary caregivers
individual personality
individual personality
  • A specific person, distinct from others in a group
relationships
Relationships
  • A significant connection or similarity between two or more things, or the state of being related to something else
behaviors
Behaviors
  • The way a person acts
self concepts1
self-concepts
  • The way a person looks at himself/herself
mistrust
Mistrust
  • Lack of confidence in a person or thing
interference
Interference
  • A hindrance that prevents a desired outcome
imitation
Imitation
  • The act of mimicking somebody, or an impression of somebody
independence
Independence
  • Freedom from being controlled by another person
emotions
Emotions
  • A strong feeling about someone or something
personality
Personality
  • The totality of someone’s attitudes, interests, behavioral patterns, emotional responses, social roles, and other traits that endure over long periods of time