Week 8 Checkpoint - years old which would mean he or she is...

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Moral Reasoning Jessica Corcoran AED 202 Kelly Flemm May 25, 2011
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There are a lot of age groups from week 6 that are very different in developmental areas as well as speech and writing among many other things. Week 6 only talks about them developmentally but there are so much more to children that we have yet to discuss. The age group that I have chosen is middle adolescent because I think by that stage a child has experienced school long enough as well as separation from its mother and is starting to find itself as an individual and really start to excel in school among other things in his or her life. The age I have is about 10
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Unformatted text preview: years old which would mean he or she is in about 3 rd grade and has already been in school for sometime. So the child is 10 years old and the stage that he or she is at developmentally is they have already learned addition and subtraction and they are starting to learn division and multiplication and learning a lot about writing as well. Characteristics that a child is developing are a lot of social skills and better motor skills as well as sports, which I think is a development of characteristics because there is a lot of contact in sports as well as the contact emotionally and physically with other students....
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