Areas of Development<br />
Development Everywhere!<br />There are big changes that people go through during each stage of their life.<br />Physical<b...
Physical Development<br />Our bodies are always changing!<br />Adolescence especially!<br />Puberty<br />Height<br />Muscl...
Intellectual Development<br />Our brains are changing, too!<br />Logical thinking develops.<br />trues and falses<br />if ...
Emotional Development<br />New feelings begin to appear<br />Control and understanding of old emotions develops<br />Choos...
Social Development<br />Skills in making and keeping friends<br />Work and play in groups effectively<br />Accept group re...
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January 22 areas of development

  1. 1. Areas of Development<br />
  2. 2. Development Everywhere!<br />There are big changes that people go through during each stage of their life.<br />Physical<br />Emotional<br />Intellectual<br />Social<br />
  3. 3. Physical Development<br />Our bodies are always changing!<br />Adolescence especially!<br />Puberty<br />Height<br />Muscles<br />Body Shape<br />Become comfortable with your body!<br />Most of the way your body looks is hereditary, so it is out of our control!<br />
  4. 4. Intellectual Development<br />Our brains are changing, too!<br />Logical thinking develops.<br />trues and falses<br />if <this>, then <that><br />Higher-level (abstract) thinking begins.<br />complicated ideas like fairness, equality<br />Creativity skills increase.<br />Be proud of your increasing intellectual skills!<br />
  5. 5. Emotional Development<br />New feelings begin to appear<br />Control and understanding of old emotions develops<br />Choose to react in a way that is socially acceptable<br />Increased skills in using judgement<br />when to trust your feelings<br />when to trust your logic<br />
  6. 6. Social Development<br />Skills in making and keeping friends<br />Work and play in groups effectively<br />Accept group responsibilities<br />Share ideas and co-operate<br />Understand their place in the world<br />Selfless actions (un-selfish)<br />
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