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Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 1 Chapter Learn About Children 1 Section 1.1 Make a Difference in Childrens Lives Section 1.2 Studying Children Section 1.3 Observing Young Children Contents Slide 2 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 2 Section 1.1 Make a Difference in Childrens Lives Caregivers use their skills and knowledge to interact with children. Caregivers can make a positive difference in a childs life. Childhood is viewed differently today than in past years. Slide 3 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary typical behavior caregiver impact moral Slide 4 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 4 Benefits of Studying Children Understand why children do what they do. Taking care of children is one of the most important responsibilities you can have. Slide 5 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 5 Benefits of Studying Children Learn job skills by working with children. Better understand yourself by evaluating your own childhood. How do you think learning about children can help you understand yourself? Slide 6 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 6 Views of Childhood Childhood is known to be: a period of rapid development a time of dependence on caregivers preparation for adult life caregiver A person who takes care of a child. Slide 7 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 7 Views of Childhood Childhood has changed over time in the areas of: health education work play dress Children learn through play. Slide 8 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 8 Section 1.2 Studying Children Childhood is an important time of physical, mental, and emotional development. A childs heredity and environment affect development. Development continues throughout the life cycle. Slide 9 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 9 Content Vocabulary stimulation heredity environment self-esteem human life cycle developmental task Academic Vocabulary theory sequence Slide 10 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 10 Importance of Childhood Development Childhood prepares us for adulthood. Babies receiving stimulation develop more quickly and have a more secure self-image. stimulation Any activity that arouses a babys sense of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Slide 11 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 11 Importance of Childhood Development Development builds upon earlier learning and proceeds at an individual rate. Development continues throughout life. Different areas of development are interrelated. Slide 12 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 12 Importance of Childhood Development Heredity and environment influence a childs development. Self-esteem affects the ability to handle challenges. heredity The biological transfer of certain characteristics from earlier generations. self-esteem Self-worth; the value people place on themselves. Slide 13 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 13 Stages of Life After Childhood adolescence young adulthood the thirties middle age late adulthood very late adulthood Slide 14 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 14 Section 1.3 Observing Young Children An important component in learning and understanding child development is observation. Observation allows caregivers to better understand individual children and their particular needs. Slide 15 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 15 Content Vocabulary subjective objective running record anecdotal record frequency count baseline developmental checklist interpretation confidentiality Academic Vocabulary assumption judgment Slide 16 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 16 Why Observe Children? We learn more by observing than by reading. Observing allows you to see personalities. Slide 17 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 17 How to Observe Young Children Separate fact from opinion. Observations can be subjective or objective. objective Something is factual, and leaves aside personal feelings and prejudices. subjective To rely on personal opinions and feelings, rather than facts, to judge an event. Slide 18 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 18 How to Observe Young Children Observation records should include: date time number of children and adults present names and ages of all present Slide 19 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 19 How to Observe Young Children Choose the correct type of observation record. Avoid interacting with the children unless necessary. Keep observations and interpretations confidential. Slide 20 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 20 How to Observe Young Children Explain each of the following actions. Know your purpose.Before you begin, define the purpose of your observation. What are you supposed to observe? Identify the when, where, who, and what. Note the physical features of the setting. Who is there? What activities are going on? Record the time and place. Be descriptive.Use words and phrases to capture the moment. Give a picture of what you see. ActionExplanation Slide 21 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 21 How to Observe Young Children Explain each of the following actions. Make comparisons.Look for similarities and differences. Uncover the data.Record factual information, focus on the evidence at hand. Review and clarify. At the end, read through your comments, make clarifications or corrections, and add any additional notes. ActionExplanation Slide 22 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 22 Chapter Summary Section 1.1 Make a Difference in Childrens Lives By studying children, you can learn why they act the way they do. discover why caregivers are an important influence. enjoy children more. Attitudes and practices have changed due to research. Slide 23 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 23 Chapter Summary Section 1.2 Studying Children Experiences in the first years of life promote rapid brain development. Heredity and environment both impact development. Self-esteem influences a persons ability to face lifes challenges. Slide 24 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 24 Chapter Summary Section 1.3 Observing Young Children Learn things by observing that you cannot learn from a book. There are four types of observation methods. Observations should be conducted carefully and kept confidential. Slide 25 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 25 Review Do you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions. The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions. Start Slide 26 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 26 typical behavior comportamiento tpico A way of acting or responding that is common at each stage of childhood. Una manera de actuar o responder que es comn en cada etapa de la infancia. Show Definition Slide 27 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 27 caregiver persona a cargo del ciudado A person who takes care of a child. Persona que se encarga de un nio. Show Definition Slide 28 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 28 stimulation estimulacin Any activity that arouses a babys sense of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Una actividad que despierta el sentido de la vista, el odo, el olfato y el tacto en el beb. Show Definition Slide 29 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 29 heredity herencia The biological transfer of certain characteristics from earlier generations. La transferencia biolgica de caractersticas de generaciones anteriores. Show Definition Slide 30 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 30 environmententorno The people, places, and things that surround and influence a person, including family, home, school, and community. Las personas, lugares y cosas que rodean e influyen a una persona, como la familia, la escuela, la comunidad. Show Definition Slide 31 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 31 self-esteem autoestima Self-worth; the value people place on themselves. Autovaloracin, el valor que las personas se dan a s mismas. Show Definition Slide 32 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapter 1 Learn About Children Chapter 1 Learn About Children 32 human life cycle ciclo de vida humano A set of stages of human development that each present different challenges to be met or skills to be acquired. Serie de etapas en el desarrollo humano; cada una presenta retos por alcanzar y habilidades por adquirir. Show Definition Slide 33 Glencoe The Developing Child Chapte

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