Pros And Cons Of Child Development

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Chapter 2. Theoretical & Conceptual Framework In Erik Erikson’s (1902-1944) Psychosocial Theory entitled “The Eight Psychosocial Stages of Development”, the fourth, seventh and eighth stage is connected to the study. The fourth stage is children ages 6-11 years old, experiencing the “Industry vs Inferiority” phase, where the child tries to achieve a goal and the child needs to have a good education so that the outcomes can become positive for the child, so the child will develop self-confidence. Though, if the child has a poor training or lack of education, the child would not have self-confidence and feel a sense of inferiority; Therefore, the child would have a lower self-adoration or self-esteem when in the lack of education. On the other …show more content…

The violin is beneficial physically for a reason that the child will have to hold the violin and bow and needs to have a proper posture, like a straight back and elbows high. Their upper body becomes stronger and less stiff, especially the right arm because when the child uses the bow, the child’s arm must reach all the way from the top part of the bow until the bottom end of the bow. At first, the child might find it hard but will develop and get used to it over time. The child’s fingers, especially the fingers at the right hand, becomes nimble, they will get used to extending their fingers, reacting fast and switching to different notes, which makes the fingers become agile and …show more content…

The violin is beneficial in terms of socialization because like said in the text, playing the violin gives your child something to talk to others about. The child will be making a new group of friends, not just his/her classmates or neighborhood friend, but a music group. The child will have friends to talk about music and possibly also learn from them. For introverted people, the violin is beneficial because it will improve the person’s social interaction and self-esteem. The violin is beneficial because it will help the child to overcome stage fright by letting a child if the child wants a challenge, to join a recital or perform in front of a group of people. For extroverted people, the children will learn to focus much more and concentrate on the skills that need to be improved while playing. Finally, simply taking care of the violin already gives the child a sense of responsibility; that helps them become much more independent. A note to the parents of the children, “be sure not to make practicing the violin a chore like washing dishes.” Because some children just play the violin for their own pleasure. However, there are still benefits in the pleasure of playing the violin; they will gain control in a certain part of their life, an example being a person’s stress can become controlled by playing the violin, because the violin is like a form of

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