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  • 1. Human Growth & Learning Developmental Project: Girls 7-10 years Old
  • 2. Theories
    Erikson
    Industry Vs. Inferiority
    Stage where the girls need to be encouraged the most. This determines whether they will excel or fail.
    Piaget
    End of Preoperational to Concrete Operational
    Beginning to be capable of operations, solving problems from their own experiences, not able to manipulate unless it is a past experience
    Vygotsky
    Learning scientific concepts using theoretical learning – Psychological tools that allow them to manipulate their environment consciously and systematically
  • 3. THEORIES CONT’
    Gilligan
    Many adolescent females care less about separation & independence and more about remaining loyal to others through expressions of caring, understanding, and sharing of experiences.
    Kohlberg
    End of Pre-conventional Morality – Instrumental relativist orientation to beginning of Conventional Morality – Good Boy, Nice Girl orientation
  • 4. 7th Christmas
    And YES they still Believe!!!
  • 5. Skill Development
    Run
    Skip
    Hop
    Travel in variety of rhythmical patterns
    Move in all directions with out bumping into others
  • 6. Initiative
    Still rely on adults for sense of security
    Express feelings openly
    Show more complex emotional expression throughout the years
  • 7. Sometimeswe are thecoolest thing
  • 8. Eagerness to Learn
    Enjoy working together
    Begin having rules to games
    Develop several close friendships with classmates (Best Friend)
    Start to problem solve, but not always successful
    Love fantasy and pretend play
  • 9.
  • 10. Let’s Pretend!
  • 11. Social & Emotional Development
    Friends become more important
    Aware of rules and rituals
    Drawn to same sex friendships
    Failure is difficult to handle
    Everything is black and white (no gray area)
  • 12. 7 & 8 year olds at field day
    They may be hugging now… but sometimes they are “catty” and mean.
  • 13. Behavior Facts
    7 yrs – Once sweet & quiet (maybe), now turned into a whining, demanding, loud, and often obnoxious child
    8 yrs – Controlling & manipulating with siblings. With friends this age is hard; they all talk horribly to each other and constantly fight
    9 yrs – Interested in food, cooking & eating (always hungry), usually has trouble with table manners, remembering to wash hands before eating, not very neat, need help organizing
    10 yrs – Usually truthful and develop a more mature feeling about right & wrong, sensitive for fairness, listen well & concentrate for longer periods of time, love to read
  • 14. That’s all folks!
  • 15. Brought to you by: Alix HarperPenny Miller& Ginger Sturm
  • 16. Works Cited
    Snowman, Jack, R. R. McCown, and Robert F. Biehler. "Chapter 2 Theories of Psychosocial and Cognitive Development." Psychology Applied to Teaching. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2009. 23-59. Print.
    www.pbs.org/parents/childdebelopmenttracker/seven
    www.nncc.org/child.dev/ages.stages.6y.8y.html