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• Prepare a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, flow chart, or other visual aid to provide an overview of the normal developmental expectations for each of the five developmental stages. Your presentation must include a brief description of each of the five stages of development as well as normal expectations for each stage.



can you help me with a better understanding plz. i know i have to do a powerpoint but i am lost after that. thank you

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    Go ahead and write a brief description from information I've posted for you online and from your text materials.

    We'll be glad to check your descriptions. Since this is a power point, you'll want to keep them short and to the point.

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    what info r they talking about

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    is that like infant early childhood etc.? if so then what do i do

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    "normal developmental expectations for each of the five developmental stages."

    Yes.

    What do you expect of an infant? What are the normal characteristics of the infant?

    What do you expect of a child?

    And so on.

    Please go back and read the sites I've already posted about developmental development.


    And so on.

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    ok ty do u possible have those so i can book mark them>?

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    Click on your name above. It will link you to all of your posts.

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    „P so i have to make a slide for all these? for each one?


    Physical development
    „P Emotional development
    „P Cognitive development
    „P Intellectual development
    „P Language development
    „P Reading/Writing development
    „P Social development
    „P Interpersonal development

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    Check with your instructor. However, I believe that you may only need to include the most obvious characteristics for each stage. For instance, for infancy, the most obvious characteristics are cognitive, emotional, social, and interpersonal characteristics.

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    The Child Development Checklist is an observation tool that
    A. includes space to record non-objective data.
    B. omits references to children's emotions.
    C. focuses on sequences of child development.
    D. can only be used by one observer for the same child.

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    1. Which of the following is considered to be an observer error in a running record?
    A. Using words that describe but don't judge
    B. Interpreting as you observe
    C. Recording every detail with no omissions
    D. Using rich visual detail
    2. Frequent and intense stress in children over long periods of time can
    A. cause children to become more sympathetic to others.
    B. stop the brain's production of cortisol.
    C. give children problems with controlling negative emotions.
    D. help to increase their memory skills.
    3. The Child Development Checklist is an observation tool that
    A. includes space to record non-objective data.
    B. omits references to children's emotions.
    C. focuses on sequences of child development.
    D. can only be used by one observer for the same child.
    4. Which of the following statements about child development is not correct?
    A. All children everywhere go through every stage.
    B. Children's development is continuous.
    C. Children's development occurs in a certain order.
    D. All children develop at the same rate.
    5. One of the advantages of using an anecdotal record as a recording method is that
    A. the observer needs no special training.
    B. the observer is restricted to recording only one kind of behavior.
    C. the behavior is recorded as the event takes place.
    D. it gives a complete picture of the child's development.
    6. Developmental observation of young children is best done in
    A. a psychologist's clinic.
    B. their homes.
    C. the regular classroom.
    D. a laboratory setting.
    7. When a preschool child experiences sadness, the best way for a teacher to help is by
    A. encouraging the child to play with others.
    B. distracting the child by giving them something to do.
    C. isolating the child in another room.
    D. demonstrating sympathy in words and deeds.
    8. Which of the following is the best way to help an insecure child feel good about herself?
    A. Give her a task to do
    B. Help the child find a buddy
    C. Have her sit at a table until she completes a project
    D. Leave her alone until she makes friends with another child
    9. The recording method that's most open to observer bias is
    A. event sampling.
    B. running record.
    C. checklist.
    D. rating scale.
    10. The recording method that's most useful in discovering the causes or results of a child's behavior is
    A. checklist.
    B. time sampling.
    C. event sampling.
    D. rating scale.
    11. Which of the following is the best way to ensure the confidentiality of a child's behavioral information?
    A. Share the information you gain with the teaching staff.
    B. Use a fictitious name for the child you're observing.
    C. Obtain written permission from the parents before observing the child.
    D. Don't include any negative information in your recording.
    12. Teachers need to strengthen their powers of observation when assessing young children. Which one of
    the following statements about observing is correct?
    A. The more you learn about children, the more you'll see when you observe.
    B. The more each of us knows about child development, the more different our observations of the same child will be.
    C. It doesn't take much practice for us to develop our ability to see.
    D. Two people who are observing the same child will come away with the same view.
    13. To become a successful observer of young children, which of the following techniques is most
    effective?
    A. Continue observing even if the child seems uncomfortable
    B. Let the children know you will be observing them
    C. Smile or nod to a child you're observing
    D. Try to observe each child without being noticed
    14. A child who has not developed a secure attachment with you
    A. may keep looking your way every time she causes a disruption.
    B. may repeat the same activity over and over.
    C. will spend most of her time alone.
    D. may talk in a loud voice.
    15. Which of the following is not an appropriate technique for the assessment of preschool children?
    A. Visual documentation through photos or videotaping
    B. Play-based assessment
    C. Child interviews
    D. Written standardized tests
    16. The best way to help a child manage an inappropriate emotional reaction is to
    A. immediately find out who caused the problem.
    B. have him wait outside the room until he calms down.
    C. take the child away from the group.
    D. help the child to talk about his feelings.
    17. Which of the following is the most important reason for assessing young children?
    A. To qualify for federal funding
    B. To evaluate children's development
    C. To comply with federal standards
    D. To prove the effectiveness of the program
    18. Which of the following recording methods depends most heavily on the observer's memory?
    A. A running record
    B. Event sampling
    C. A rating scale
    D. An anecdotal record
    19. Which of the following can be observed best by using a checklist?
    A. The length of time that certain children are involved in an activity
    B. The reasons why arguments start between children
    C. The point at which children stand in a developmental sequence
    D. The reasons why certain children run faster than others
    20. Which of the following is the best way for a teacher to help a child control an aggressive impulse (such

    as biting)?
    A. Help her to substitute a biting toy when she feels she might bite
    B. Write her name on a chart every time she bites
    C. Isolate her from the other children in the classroom
    D. Keep her inside during the playground period

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    whats the answer for number 10

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