Chapter 8 - FCE 225 EARLY CHILDHOOD: Emotional and Social...

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Temple Odom, PhD MSU 1 EARLY CHILDHOOD: Emotional and Social Development Emotional Development and Adjustment Thinking Tasks Are Critical to Emotional Development Emotions Are Central to Children’s Lives Teaching Effective Problem-Solving Skills Learning Parents’ Expression of Emotions Timing and Sequence Facial Expressions, Gestures, Body Language, and Voice Quality Very young infants express happiness, sadness, distress, anger, and surprise. Play Behaviors and Emotional-Social Development Play: Voluntary activities that are not performed for any sake beyond themselves. Functional play Constructive play Parallel play Onlooker play Associative play Cooperative (collaborative) play Emotional-Social Development Imaginative Play Is Inexpensive but Priceless Imaginary Friends Sometimes first-born or intelligent children Play Benefits Emotional Well-Being Play is used in therapy with young children Cultural Differences in Play
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course FCE 225 taught by Professor Odom during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter 8 - FCE 225 EARLY CHILDHOOD: Emotional and Social...

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