Birth To 19 Years: A Narrative Analysis

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The sequences and rates of each aspect of development from birth to 19 years are part of a Holistic process within the education system. This means that everything and anything has a fundamental part to play on a whole. For example, the holistic point of a mobile phone has many functions and is intended to be used in a variation of ways. Without its charger, UVB charger or the motherboard components, the phone would not operate. The same applies to children and young people. Children who are skilled and physically good at building things will have excellent gross motor and cognitive skills, such as playing with Lego. Children will think about what they want to build, how they will build it, what resources and help from others they will need to complete the build and plan what colours to use, to achieve the finished product. All of these …show more content…

In time their language and vocabularies will form rapidly. Children often get their gramma in speech mixed up at times, for example when using a verb word such as kicked they are likely to say “kickeded the ball―. When it comes to social, emotional, moral and behavioural challenges babies start to be aware of their identities in regards to what and who they like and dislike. They build an intense and emotional bond with their parents or main carer, which then lengthens out of the family circle, this could include nursery staff or childminders. When a child engages with others outside of the family circle, it promotes the building of trust, which enables the child asking for help from a certain person and forms other social bonds with others, who deliver care to the child. Children at this age are very prone to temper tantrums, this could be from wanting something they canâ€TMt have or getting angry because they are struggling to do something independently. By forming a close bond with a child could help to diffuse these outbursts of

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