Moral Reasoning - do test the limitations and rules. The...

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Moral Reasoning The chosen age group from week six is the early childhood; which includes the ages two through six years old. During early childhood children begin in preschool at three years old and would typically end kindergarten at six years old. A child at the age of six years old would be at level one preconventional morality at stage two exchanges of favors. A six year old student will realize more directly that there are rewards for good behavior and consequences for bad behavior. The realization that not only the individual student’s direct needs to priority; a give and take situation is able to be worked out with understanding the student must give to receive. Rules must be established, during early childhood and directly in the end of the stage, children will and
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Unformatted text preview: do test the limitations and rules. The early adolescence period is from the ages ten to fourteen years old. A student at the age of fourteen years old would be in level two conventional morality and stage three good boy, good girl. The student is typically beginning high school and has realized that trust in an important quality. Students are more likely to share thoughts and feelings within their academics by writing or showing an interest in a particular activity or friends. Often relying on other peoples perspectives and opinions; taking their advice into consideration when making any particular decisions....
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course EDUCATION AED/202 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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