Social and Moral week 8 assignment AED202 Carrie Schmader

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1 Carrie Schmader AED202 05/15/2011 Stacey Elizabeth Brown
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2 There are many different stages and levels that a child will go through. The child will go through these stages and levels in different ways. They are never the same from one child to another. There is no exception in the development of the child’s social and moral development stages. Every child will develop these developments at their own pace, but there are specific milestones that a person can notice in development. Robert Selman has developed a series of levels that helps identify the development of a perspective taking. Level zero describes how a child is unable to see another person’s view on things. This level is known as the Egocentric perspective taking. The only perspective that the child will look at is their own and is not aware of the physical differences. Level one is known as the Subjective perspective taking. This level is when a child understands that people have different physical characteristics as well thoughts and feelings. Children at this level can understand other people’s perspective by in a simpler way. Level two is called the Second person reciprocal perspective taking. At this level children may realize that different people have different reactions to the same thing. At this level children can understand that people may act differently than they actually feel. Level three is known as the Third person mutual perspective taking. At this level children can understand the concept of self-satisfaction along with satisfying others at the same time. Children can also understand the different advantages of trusting, compromising, and cooperating with someone. Level four is known as the societal perspective taking level. “At this level a child can understand that people’s environment
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course AED 202 taught by Professor Haskell during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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