17 Adolescent and Adult

17 Adolescent and - LESSON Adolescent and Adult Development ASSIGNMENT a Study text Chapter 11(pg 442-458 Review text Chapter 11(pg 439-442 b

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Adolescent and Adult Development ASSIGNMENT a. Study text Chapter 11 (pg. 442-458). Review text Chapter 11 (pg. 439-442). b. Review Questions: Chapter 11 practice test questions 10-12 (pg 467). c. Answer IPO 17. LESSON OBJECTIVE 17.1 Explain the concept of adolescent and adult development in terms of physical changes, personality development, and moral development. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 17-1. Identify physiological changes that occur during adolescence. Pubescence: is used to describe the two year span preceding puberty during which the changes leading to physical and sexual maturity takes place Secondary Sex Characteristics: physical features that distinguish one sex from the other but that are not essential for reproduction Puberty: is the stage during which sexual functions reach maturity, which marks the beginning of adolescence. Primary Sex Characteristics: the structures necessary for reproduction 17-2. Illustrate how the research does or does not support the notion that adolescence is time of
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PL 100 taught by Professor Meine during the Spring '08 term at West Point.

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17 Adolescent and - LESSON Adolescent and Adult Development ASSIGNMENT a Study text Chapter 11(pg 442-458 Review text Chapter 11(pg 439-442 b

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