Moral Reasoning - Often, there is a noticeable shift from...

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Moral Reasoning Children who are in the 6 to 10 age range are considered as being in the middle childhood stage. The middle childhood stage is the third stage of development. Throughout this stage of development, kids encounter a vast variety of changes through their day to day lives. Children are capable of learning to dress their self, catch a ball using their hands only, and tying their shoes by their selves. This age group should be little by little developing an enthusiastic sense of sovereignty from family gains importance. The perception of right and wrong and enhanced comprehension their place in the world increases. There is a fondness towards team work and friendships as well as an amplified longing to be acknowledge and liked within the friend circle.
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Unformatted text preview: Often, there is a noticeable shift from children generally focusing on themselves to acknowledging the concerns of others. In many phases of life confidence builds as children develop friendships, play sports, and school activities. There is a prominent growth in potential awareness and quick increase of mental skills. The ability to share thoughts and feels, and explain their life experiences improve significantly. Fantasy often gets push back and children begin to focus more on issues of the real world. I hope that I did this to satisfactory that was expected of me....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 270 taught by Professor Bruno during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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