Research has shown that the sing-song speech, often accompanied by exaggerated facial expressions is loved by babies, (Rai & Flynn, p27). This ‘parentese’ language, which introduces infants to patterns in language helps them to develop it, and also promotes the start of developing a relationship. Adults have to provide for and give constant love and attention to the child. In the case studies this was identified to be ‘..paying close attention to them, doing things together, comforting when scared, praising and watching fondly, playing games and laughing together’, (Rai & Flynn, 2004, p48). All of these actions enable an adult to form a secure relationship with the child by showing them that the adult is ‘in-tune’ with them and is responsive to their needs.
Creative development – knowledge based 1.1 Please complete a table showing the sequence and rate of expected development for birth-19 In order to provide the best outcome for children in our setting it is essential to be able to understand their expected pattern of development and what may affect it. Table 1 below details what we can expect to observe at a given stage. Pattern of Development from Birth to 19 years. Birth (around 40 weeks gestation) Babies are born with reflexes, these are actions that they perform without thinking, often linked to survival. Physical (Reflexes) Cognitive Communication Social, emotional and behavioural Startle Babies will react to sudden noises or bright light by startling (clenching their fists and throwing their arms out) Walking and standing When you place a baby’s feed on a firm surface they make stepping movements.
Communication and language development I need to explain in depth how a child develops within communication and language. For example when a baby babbles or when a two year old speaks and says word like mummy or daddy. I could add a theorist’s view on the communication and language development and how they feel about it. I can also use their opinions and research what they have found out about communication and language development. I need to include a definition and examples of communication and language development.
Language development: • A six month old baby will be able to make a variety of happy sounds. • will respond to music and singing • will mirror their parent’s movements and expressions. 6 TO 12 MONTHS BABY Physical development: • The toddler will have learnt to sit first with support, and then without. • will be able to roll over • he will begin to crawl or shuffle • he will be able to stand with support • he will raise his arms when he wants to be lifted • he will respond to his name • he will pass objects from hand to hand • Look for things that have been hidden and reach for food. Social and emotional development: • Baby will develop “Separation Anxiety” (some babies develop it earlier or
These strategies help us explain child productions in the whole of language, from pronunciation through vocabulary and grammar to skills like how to hold a conversation. The basic insight that we gain from children’s developing pronunciation is that there are easy sounds and difficult sounds, and easy and difficult distinctions between sounds. Every infant cries at the moment they came to the world, and they can make some vegetative sounds in the first month. They will start to cooing, such as making sounds of “woo” and “ah”, around one to two months, and
By around 3 months, they play with their fingers and look at their hands with interest , and at 3 to 4 months, they can grasp objects . At 5 to 6 months, they are starting to be able to chew things .They are also starting to make and hold eye contact and enjoy looking at brightly coloured objects. | 6 months – 1 year | By 6 months, babies can hold objects and take them to their mouth with their hands .Between 6 and 8 months, they are learning to hold and drink from a cup (usually with some help). At 7 months, they start to be able to hold a
Little girls learn that they are supposed to like dolls and pink, while little boys learn that they are supposed to like trucks and the color blue. Through various forms of guidance and direction from external influences, children experience gender role socialization they quickly learn what behaviors are encouraged by their parents and peers, and which ones are not. These ideas are further reinforced by the media's portrayal of traditional gender roles. As a result, children internalize these beliefs pertaining to gender roles and their behavior is modified accordingly. The child's first influence in regards to gender roles is the family.
Life is a series of challenges and lessons that help us to grow. This theory of Erikson’s is helpful for child development and adults too. Secondly, the first stage out of these eight is Trust V. Mistrust. This stage is when the child is an infant begins to form the relationship with the mother. Feeding and being comforted, teething and sleeping happen in this stage.
| | |The baby has good head control from 4 to 6 |The baby prefers complicated things to look at |The baby can manage to feed him or her self. | | |months. |from six months and enjoys bright colours. |The baby enjoys peek-a-boo games. | | |From 6 to 9 months the baby can sit up |The baby can now follow simple instructions e.g |The
| 16-19 years | The body is being shaped and defined at a quick rate. | Physical Development Understanding Child and Young Person Development Intellectual and Cognitive Development Age Range | Sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | Can recognise the sound of their mother voice, will start to stop crying when hearing her voice. | 3-6 months | At this stage children and young people are learning more about the things going on around them, such as mobile and toys. | 6-9 months | Are more aware of what’s going on around them, Will be exploring things with their things with their fingers and mouth. | 9-12 months | At this stage more and more things will be going into their mouth as they begin to explore everything they can get their hands on.