In your notebook…
“Studying children will help me understand
myself by…”
Human Development 1
Unit 1
Chapter 1
Learning Objective
and FCS Standards
 Learning Objective: Students will identify the
benefits of studying children, what ...
You Can Make A Difference
 The interaction you have with children has an
impact on what a child learns and how they
grow ...
The Benefits of Studying
Children
1. Learn why they feel, think, and act the way they
do.
2. Discover the caregivers’ impo...
Comparing Childhood
Past and Present
1. Health- positive and negative results
2. Education
3. Love- This need has not chan...
You are at the perfect age to
study children.
 You are young enough to remember your
childhood, but old enough to develop...
What’s the big deal about
development?
 Stimulation: Activities that arouse a baby’s sense
of sight, sound, touch, taste,...
What We Know About Development
(Characteristics of Development)
1. Development is similar for each individual.
2. Developm...
Activity!
1. Create 4 groups.
2. Read through the scenario your group is
assigned.
3. Discuss how the person in the scenar...
Who are these people?
1. Vincent Edward Jackson, or Bo Jackson,
overcame the abuse and hardship of his
childhood and is on...
Who are these people?
2. Tonya Harding was the 1994
U.S. National figure skating
champion and also
represented the USA in ...
Who are these people?
3. Jeffrey Dohmer confessed to brutally killing
17 men and even keeping some of their body
parts in ...
Who are these people?
4. Charlie is Charles Manson; he was the master
mind of Helter-Skelter, or the Tata/LaBianca
murders...
What does this all mean?
 Some individuals can overcome great obstacles in their
childhood while others allow themselves ...
What does this all mean?
 It is imperative that you, as future parents
and caregivers, strive to build and provide a
posi...
Children Learn What They Live
By Dorothy Law Nolte
If children live with criticism,
They learn to condemn.
If children liv...
          
Criticism = Condemn
Hostility = Fight
Ridicule = Shy
Shame = Guilt
          
Tolerance = Patience
Encouragement = Confidence
Praise = Appreciation
Firmness = Justice
Security = ...
Children Learn What They Live
More on Development…
 Influences on development-IMPORTANT!
Heredity: the biological transfer of certain
characteristics f...
The Role of Self-Esteem
in Development
 Self-esteem: self-worth, the value you place
on yourself.
 Research has shown th...
More on Development…
 Development continues through life.
 Human Life Cycle: stages of life from birth to death
 Develo...
Stages of the Human Life
Cycle Beyond Childhood
 Adolescence
 Young Adulthood
 The Thirties
 Middle age
 Late Adultho...
Different Theorists
 Sigmund Freud
 Jean Piaget
 Lev Vygotsky
 Erik Erickson
 B.F. Skinner
 Albert Bandura
 Urie Br...
On poster board…
1. Use your own words to create a summary of the
findings or ideas of your assigned theorist
2. Draw a pi...
Maria Montessori
 Findings/Ideas:
 Children learn by using their
senses
 Children learn best by
pursuing their interest...
??WhichTheorist ??
♪
My child arrived just the other day
He came into the world in the usual way
But there were planes to catch and bills to ...
♪
And the cat’s in the cradle and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and the man on the moon
“When you comin’ home dad?”
“I ...
♪
My son turned 10 just the other day
He said, “Thanks for the ball, dad, come on let’s
play.
Can you teach me to throw?” ...
♪
Well he came home from college just the other day
So much like a man I just had to say
“Son, I’m proud of you. Can you s...
♪
I’ve long since retired. My son’s moved away.
I called him up just the other day.
I said “I’d like to see you if you don...
♪
And as I hung up the phone it occurred to me –
He’d grown up just like me
My boy was just like me
(Adults Model Behavior)
Jean Piaget
Childhood Experiences Affect Adulthood
 Complete the Theorist Assignment
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  • Human Development Chapter 1

    1. 1. In your notebook… “Studying children will help me understand myself by…”
    2. 2. Human Development 1 Unit 1 Chapter 1
    3. 3. Learning Objective and FCS Standards  Learning Objective: Students will identify the benefits of studying children, what factors affects a child’s development, and compare and contrast various theories related to human development.  FCS Standards: 06-12.5.1, 5.B,
    4. 4. You Can Make A Difference  The interaction you have with children has an impact on what a child learns and how they grow and develop.  Are you a good role-model??
    5. 5. The Benefits of Studying Children 1. Learn why they feel, think, and act the way they do. 2. Discover the caregivers’ importance.  Who is considered a caregiver? DEFINE caregiver. 3. Enjoy children more. 4. Learn about career opportunities.
    6. 6. Comparing Childhood Past and Present 1. Health- positive and negative results 2. Education 3. Love- This need has not changed and never will. 4. Work 5. Play 6. Dress Form 5 groups: Teacher will assign you a topic. Your job: Brainstorm how have these things changed for children?
    7. 7. You are at the perfect age to study children.  You are young enough to remember your childhood, but old enough to develop concepts about children and what impact you want to have on children, now and in the future.  In this class you will…  Gain new skills  Understand yourself better  Build for the future
    8. 8. What’s the big deal about development?  Stimulation: Activities that arouse a baby’s sense of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell.  Stimulation=Development WHY??  Research has found that stimulation is crucial.  Babies who are stimulated develop more quickly and have a more secure self-image.  Childhood is a time of preparation for adulthood.
    9. 9. What We Know About Development (Characteristics of Development) 1. Development is similar for each individual. 2. Development builds upon earlier learning. It follows a sequence or order of steps. 3. Development proceeds at an individual rate. 4. The different areas of development are interrelated. 5. Development is a lifelong process.
    10. 10. Activity! 1. Create 4 groups. 2. Read through the scenario your group is assigned. 3. Discuss how the person in the scenario would be as an adult. 4. Write down your conclusions and be ready to share them with the class.
    11. 11. Who are these people? 1. Vincent Edward Jackson, or Bo Jackson, overcame the abuse and hardship of his childhood and is one of the only athletes to have ever played two professional sports (football and baseball).
    12. 12. Who are these people? 2. Tonya Harding was the 1994 U.S. National figure skating champion and also represented the USA in the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillihammer, Norway. She was involved in a scandal in which figure skater Nancy Kerigan, her rival, was attacked.
    13. 13. Who are these people? 3. Jeffrey Dohmer confessed to brutally killing 17 men and even keeping some of their body parts in his freezer for months, as well as eating some of their flesh. He is one of the most horrifying murderers known in the United States.
    14. 14. Who are these people? 4. Charlie is Charles Manson; he was the master mind of Helter-Skelter, or the Tata/LaBianca murders. This was a two day killing spree in which 7 people were left mutilated and dead.
    15. 15. What does this all mean?  Some individuals can overcome great obstacles in their childhood while others allow themselves to be victims or to fail due to their early environment.  There is no question that we are influenced and molded by our childhood. However, it is how we react to these influences that is vital for personal success.  You can choose to overcome or succumb to negative situations and influences in your own childhood, like these people we have discussed.
    16. 16. What does this all mean?  It is imperative that you, as future parents and caregivers, strive to build and provide a positive base for your own future children or for any children you are in contact with in your life.  This does not guarantee that the children will have a successful, happy lives, but it certainly gives them a head start at life.
    17. 17. Children Learn What They Live By Dorothy Law Nolte If children live with criticism, They learn to condemn. If children live with hostility, They learn to fight. If children live with ridicule, They learn to be shy. If children live with shame, They learn to feel guilty. If children live with encouragement, They learn confidence. If children live with tolerance, They learn to be patient. If children live with praise,If children live with praise, They learn to appreciate.They learn to appreciate. If children live with acceptance,If children live with acceptance, They learn to love.They learn to love. If children live with approval,If children live with approval, They learn to like themselves.They learn to like themselves. If children live with honesty,If children live with honesty, They learn truthfulness.They learn truthfulness. If children live with security,If children live with security, They learn to have faith in themselvesThey learn to have faith in themselves and others.and others. If children live with friendliness,If children live with friendliness, They learn the world is a nice place inThey learn the world is a nice place in which to live.which to live.
    18. 18.            Criticism = Condemn Hostility = Fight Ridicule = Shy Shame = Guilt
    19. 19.            Tolerance = Patience Encouragement = Confidence Praise = Appreciation Firmness = Justice Security = Self-Esteem Acceptance = Love
    20. 20. Children Learn What They Live
    21. 21. More on Development…  Influences on development-IMPORTANT! Heredity: the biological transfer of certain characteristics from earlier generations. Environment: people, places, and things that surround and influence a person. Identify three or four factors in your childhood that have influenced your personal development and have aided in forming your present personality. These factors may be individuals, events, places, etc.
    22. 22. The Role of Self-Esteem in Development  Self-esteem: self-worth, the value you place on yourself.  Research has shown that the level of self- esteem that is developed in childhood changes little over time.
    23. 23. More on Development…  Development continues through life.  Human Life Cycle: stages of life from birth to death  Developmental tasks: Skills that are acquired at these various life cycles.
    24. 24. Stages of the Human Life Cycle Beyond Childhood  Adolescence  Young Adulthood  The Thirties  Middle age  Late Adulthood  Very Late Adulthood  What are some developmental tasks that take place in each of these human life cycle stages?
    25. 25. Different Theorists  Sigmund Freud  Jean Piaget  Lev Vygotsky  Erik Erickson  B.F. Skinner  Albert Bandura  Urie Bronfenbrenner
    26. 26. On poster board… 1. Use your own words to create a summary of the findings or ideas of your assigned theorist 2. Draw a picture that represents the significance of the theorist 3. Come up with a “memory hook” to help you remember important information for that theorist 4. As a group, present your research to the class SEE EXAMPLE – next slide
    27. 27. Maria Montessori  Findings/Ideas:  Children learn by using their senses  Children learn best by pursuing their interests  Memory Hook Maria Montessori  “Manipulate”  “My Choice”  Significance: While cooking his favorite snack, a child uses his senses and manipulates ingredients and utensils.
    28. 28. ??WhichTheorist ??
    29. 29. ♪ My child arrived just the other day He came into the world in the usual way But there were planes to catch and bills to pay He learned to walk when I was away And he was talking before I knew it, and as he grew He’d say, “I’m gonna be like you, dad, You know I’m gonna be like you”
    30. 30. ♪ And the cat’s in the cradle and the silver spoon Little boy blue and the man on the moon “When you comin’ home dad?” “I don’t know when, but we’ll get together then. You know we’ll have a good time then.”
    31. 31. ♪ My son turned 10 just the other day He said, “Thanks for the ball, dad, come on let’s play. Can you teach me to throw?” I said “Not today I got a lot to do.” He said “That’s OK” And he walked away, but his smile never dimmed And said “I’m gonna be like him, yeah, You know I’m gonna be like him.”
    32. 32. ♪ Well he came home from college just the other day So much like a man I just had to say “Son, I’m proud of you. Can you sit for awhile?” He shook his head and said with a smile “What I’d really like dad is to borrow the car keys. See you later, can I have them please?”
    33. 33. ♪ I’ve long since retired. My son’s moved away. I called him up just the other day. I said “I’d like to see you if you don’t mind.” He said “I’d love to dad if I can find the time. You see my new job’s a hassle and the kids have the flu But it’s sure nice talking to you, dad. It’s been sure nice talking to you.”
    34. 34. ♪ And as I hung up the phone it occurred to me – He’d grown up just like me My boy was just like me
    35. 35. (Adults Model Behavior)
    36. 36. Jean Piaget Childhood Experiences Affect Adulthood
    37. 37.  Complete the Theorist Assignment

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