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Trabajo final ingles

  1. 1. Members :Heinton Chavez Gabriela Mendoza Lucila Vivanco Teacher : Ruth Castillo R. Group : G3AM
  2. 2. The term adolescence is commonly used to describe the transition stage between childhood and adulthood. Adolescence is also equated to both the terms “teenage years” and “puberty.” However adolescence is not exclusive to either of these terms. Puberty refers to the hormonal changes that occur in early youth; and the period of adolescence can extend well beyond the teenage years. In fact, there is no one scientific definition of adolescence or set age boundary. There are key development changes that nearly all adolescents experience during their transition from childhood to adulthood.
  3. 3. Early Adolescence Approximately (11 – 13 years of age) Middle Adolescence Approximately (14 – 18 years of age) Late Adolescence Approximately (19 – 24 years of age)
  4. 4. Physical Development Cognitive Development Social-Emotional Development Puberty: grow body hair, increase perspiration and oil production in hair and skin Girls – breast and hip development, onset of menstruation Boys – growth in testicles and penis, wet dreams, deepening of voice Tremendous physical growth: gain height and weight Growing capacity for abstract thought Mostly interested in present with limited thought to the future Intellectual interests expand and become more important Deeper moral thinking Struggle with sense of identity Feel awkward about one’s self and one’s body; worry about being normal Realize that parents are not perfect; increased conflict with parents Increased influence of peer group Desire for independence Tendency to return to “childish” behavior, particularly when stressed Moodiness Rule- and limit-testing Greater interest in privacy Growing sexual interest
  5. 5. Physical Development Cognitive Development Social-Emotional Development Puberty is completed Physical growth slows for girls, continues for boys Continued growth of capacity for abstract thought Greater capacity for setting goals Interest in moral reasoning Thinking about the meaning of life Intense self-involvement, changing between high expectations and poor self-concept Continued adjustment to changing body, worries about being normal Tendency to distance selves from parents, continued drive for independence Driven to make friends and greater reliance on them, popularity can be an important issue Feelings of love and passion Increased sexual interest
  6. 6. Revealed she had been suffering from bulimia, depression and self-mutilation (cutting) … and later suggested she had been using drugs and alcohol.
  7. 7. Physical Development Cognitive Development Social-Emotional Development Young women, typically, are physically fully developed Young men continue to gain height, weight, muscle mass, and body hair Ability to think ideas through from beginning to end Ability to delay gratification Examination of inner experiences Increased concern for future Continued interest in moral reasoning Firmer sense of identity, including sexual identity Increased emotional stability Increased concern for others Increased independence and self- reliance Peer relationships remain important Development of more serious relationships Social and cultural traditions regain some of their importance
  8. 8. Crashed her car, went to rehab, got arrested for driving under the influence, went back to rehab, got arrested for driving under the influence again, went back to rehab, went to jail for five hours, served house arrest, got into a fight with a worker at the Betty Ford Clinic, stole a necklace (allegedly), failed a drug test, wore an alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, appeared in court nine times in 10 months, and worked at the L.A. County morgue. Oh and posed nude for Playboy. We can't forget that.

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