HUMANDEV - REC 380 - Developmental Play Processes Human...

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REC 380 - Developmental Play Processes Human Development and Leisure Developmental Characteristics (2-5 years) Dependent on supervision (social attachment) 5-10 minute attention span Language development Emotional development Physical development (large muscle groups) Imaginary fears Need for praise and reinforcement Egocentric Object permanence 10-12 hours of sleep Morals based on punishment Autonomy vs. shame and doubt Low knowledge base, but high curiosity Side by side play Need for immediate gratification Leisure Activities (2-5 years) Sensory activities Repetitive games/songs Fantasy games Simple w/o rules Vertigo Developmental Characteristics (6-9 years) Frustrates easily 10-15 minute attention span Competitiveness begins Wants to impress others Social rules important Enjoyment through achievement Pride and affection for parents Increased thoughtfulness Developing sense of humor Lack of fear with familiar Group play Testing independence Initiative vs. Guilt Self-control Leisure Activities (6-9 years) Scavenger hunts Chasing games Individual games of skill Stunts and skits Same sex activities Singing games
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course REC 380 taught by Professor Rosegard during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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HUMANDEV - REC 380 - Developmental Play Processes Human...

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