Examples Of Emotional Development

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Emotions mean a feeling deriving from one 's circumstances either people or situations. There are positive emotions and negative emotion. The examples for positive emotions are joy, love, hope and enthusiasm. Types of negative emotions are sad, anxiety, guilt and anger. Social development is about how to communicate and interact with others. This development grow base on the child’s ability to communicate and socialize with others. When we put this two development together, it will become the groundwork about our feeling about ourselves and also experiencing others. This social-emotional development is a continuous process to develop throughout our whole life start from the day we were born. Therefore, social interaction and the quality relationship…show more content…
This relationship will help kids to develop social skills, kids will develop their leadership skill and having emotional support to each others. Preschool are also playing an important role in influence this group of kids. Teacher must create a caring and passion environment for children. Have a value lesson plan which suit to the children’s needs and encourage children to participate those activities. Do appreciate and encourage them when the child is trying something on their own. If the lesson plan design is focusing on children, I believe they will gain a lot and their leadership skills, social interaction skills and self esteem will also build up by…show more content…
There are several classifications of temperament: 1. Chess and Thomas’s classification 2. Kagan’s Behavioral Inhibition 3. Rothbart and Bates’s classification. Chess and Thomas’s classification Stella Chasae and Alexander Thomas classify infants in 3 categories as the easy child who can adapts easily to new experiences, has regular routine and with positive mood; The difficult child who always react negative, keep crying and slow to accept change; Lastly slow to warm up child with low activity level and low intensity mood. Kagan’s Behavioural Inhibit A research performed by Jerome Kagan and his colleagues and result that infants reaction are categorized in highly reactive who shy and distress and infants have low reactive with lack of inhibitions are sociable and extroverted. Rothbart and Bate’s classification Mary K.Rothbard and John E.Bates study (1998) categorized 3 dimensions of infant’s temperament. They are Infant with high activity level, infants with frustration, sadness and discomfort and infants with effortful control who have self regulation and inhibitory
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