Young Peoples Developmemt Essay

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Unit 1: Understand child and young person development Unit Content | Ev Type | Ev Ref | 1.1: Expected pattern of development birth to 19 years | | | 0-3 years | | | 3-7 years | | | 7-12 years | | | 12-16 years | | | 16-19 years | | | sequence usually the same for all children | | | rate of development individual | | | gross motor development (e.g. infant reflexes, development of locomotion, balance and co-ordination) | | | fine motor development (e.g. infant reflexes, use of pencil, brushes, tools, increase in control of tools) | | | physical maturity (e.g. puberty, sexual maturity) | | | communication (e.g. infant responses, single words, sentences, increase in vocabulary) | | | intellectual/cognitive development (e.g. object permanence, use of symbols, development of abstract concepts and thinking skills) | | | social development (e.g. social interaction, co-operation with others, development of friendships, peer groups) | | | emotional and behavioural development (e.g. attachment, multiple attachments, self-concept, self-esteem, confidence, personal identity | | | moral development (e.g. Kohlberg’s stages of moral development) | | | 1.2: Difference between sequence and rate of development | | | Sequence of development | | | broadly the same sequence | | | normal ranges of development | | | Rate of development | | | development is holistic | | | individual differences in rate | | | different aspects of development affect one another | | | aspects of development proceed at different rates in individuals | | | range of factors affecting individual differences | | | | | | 2.1 & 2.2: Personal and external factors affecting growth and development | | | health | | | disability | | | sensory impairment | | | learning difficulties | | |

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