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Child ed test

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What are the areas of development for children? Physical/motor, emotional, social, cognitive and language.
Some examples of physical development are...what? Growing of teath, weight, height, body proportion and internal organs.
What are the two types of motor development? Gross motor (large motor skills) and fine motor (small motor skills).
Emotional and social development consists of what? Identifying and expressing feelings, knowing their relatins with others, learning and interacting with others, self esteem, behaviors, sharing and their ability to cope with change.
What is cognitive development? The development of intellectual process; maturing of the mind.
Some examples of cognitive development are... what? Thinking, reasoning, making connections and forming ideas.
Launguague development means what? The process of speaking and comprehending verbal expressoins.
The two types of language development are called what? Receptive (comprehension) and expressive (verbal expressions)
Studying child development helps us to learn...? Predictable stages of growth, each child beuilds on the previous stage, that each child develops at their own pace, children grow in all areas at the same time, that "mistakes" are normal and how to learn DAP.
What is a newborn? A child from birth to one month.
What is an infant? A child from 1 month to 12 months.
What is a toddler? A child from 12 months to 36 months.
What is a preschooler? A child from 3 years to 5 years.
Traits an adult working with children should show include...? Compassion, kindness, initiative and honesty.
Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) is...? Guidlines that focus on the childs interactions, activities and enviroment to help the child grow in all 5 areas of growth.
Created by: kbean113
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