Name: Simon Hakimian Block: 8/9B Fahrenheit 451 Graded Discussion * *Please note: You must PRINT AND BRING a paper version of this assignment for the discussion--you will receive late credit if you forget and need to use your Chromebook.
DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES 6 DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES Developmental Milestones in a Three Year Old Infant Using the Denver II Developmental Screening Tool Claudia Aguilar Keiser University Normal Development in a Three Year Old Infant According to Brazelton (2001), after surviving the “terrible two’s”, we have to start getting prepared for a preschooler, his constantly “why’s” and all of the magic that comes with this age; starting with the fact that child finally listens to you, paying more attention to what he is being told and letting his imagination fly and run wild. The author mentions different areas where development can be clearly noticed, such as the language area, by the child’s ability to say his or her name and age, also being able
The novel ‘The Story Of Tom Brennan’ by J.C. Burk along with the film ‘Warm Bodies’ by Jonathan Levine address the concept of transitions and their challenges as each protagonist undergoes a significant journey. Firstly the novel The Story of Tom Brennan by JC Burke describes the journey
During this stage, the child will develop from being
In the first three months, babies will start to move both eyes together, focus on objects more than 25cm away, roll from their front to their back and start to move their arms, legs and control their head. Between three and nine months, babies will usually learn to sit up, they will hold their head up without support, they gradually develop the ability to crawl and pull themselves up on the furniture. They will enjoy a range of sensory activities, such as bathing. Their palmar and pincer grip movements will start to develop, amd teething ususally occurs at around this time. Between nine and eighteeen months, the anterior fontanelle continues to close.
I have been able to have relationships without fear of being supported in financial or emotional crisis’s. The second stage of Erikson’s developmental tasks is autonomy vs. shame and doubt. This stage usually occurs around the age 18 months to 3 years old. This the stage where the child is learning they can do new things such as walk, put clothes and shoes, and talk. Toilet training is big during this stage.
However, the transitional period signifies the termination of one stage and the start of a new one. The first era is the pre-adulthood stage; it begins from birth through the age of 22. Children move from being solely reliant on on their parents in childhood to obtaining more independence in the young adult years (Levinson, 1986, p.5). This is the time when the biopsychosocial elements are undergoing rapid growth. Likewise, this is the period where the continuing process of individuation starts.
Cognitive, neurological and brain development (Acquiring knowledge and the nervous system). Between birth to 6 months babies and children use their senses to become aware e.g. knowing they are hungry, as well as recognising key people in their lives and responding to physical smiles. In the next 6 months, they are beginning to understand tone of voice and begin to have favourite toys. Between 1 to 2 years children start to use objects correctly e.g. a cup.
The second stage is the anal stage. It occurs at the age of eighteen months to three years. Freud believed that in this stage children receive pleasure from holding and letting go of their bowel movements. Third is the phallic stage. It starts at age three and end around age seven.
2months- When your child is of 2 months and there's a lack of visual fixation and no social smile. 4-6 months and he/she fails to track person or object, no steady head control, no response or turning to sound or voice. 6 months - Decrease or absence of vocalizations. 9-12 months- Fails to sit independently.
The simple reflexes substage concords to the first month after an infant is born (Santrock, 2011). Sensorimotor actions during simple reflexes are mainly characterized by reflexive behaviors such as rooting and sucking (Santrock, 2011). In addition, another sensorimotor stage is known as secondary circular reactions and is acquired between the ages of four to eight months (Santrock, 2011). Out of fascination, the infant begins to repeat actions and imitates certain actions such as baby talk (Santrock, 2011). The fifth sensorimotor stage which develops in infants of 12 to 18 months is known as tertiary circular reactions, novelty and curiosity (Santrock, 2011).