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My Moral Reasoning assignment says to select one of the age groups I chose in week 6: Middle Childhood (6-10).

Then says: Decide on child's age, what level and stage he or she is at developmentally, and list some characteristics demonstrating the nature of the stage.

The age I chose was 9 years of age, the level and stage I chose were both 1. What I don't understand and probably sounds silly but does it mean that I have to explain the stage I chose, and the moral reasoning the child has at that age?

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    Yes. You understand the question correctly.

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    Thank You.

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    You're welcome.

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