EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
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Physical motor emotional social cognitive language

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Physical / Motor Emotional / Social Cognitive / Language > likes to discuss and debate > able to classify, arrange ideas, generalise > keen to establish place in peer group > ‘gang’ or group becomes extremely important > increased desire to be independent of parents > developing definite ideas and attitudes, for example, towards religion, politics, race etc > preoccupied with own behaviour, personality, physical appearance > can deal with more abstract concepts > self-concept more tied to abstract traits or ideology > likely to be more interested in politics, religion, sex > creative talents may become evident > tires easily > shows greater tolerance for sex-atypical behaviours > sex differences in relation to aggression diminish > both sexes show gender intensification > begins to think about the world as it might be, not just the way it is > can think systematically about possible solutions to a problem (scientific reasoning) > becomes more interested in peers of the opposite sex > may have sexually explicit conversations with peers > utters obscenities and jokes within cultural norms > engages in sexual innuendo, flirting and courtship (hugging, kissing, holding hands) > may be interested in erotica > may engage in solitary masturbation > may revolt against parental authority to conform to peer-group standards > teenage ‘hangouts’ become important centres of activity Comments c c e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e c c c c c c p < 13+ years 10
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  • Spring '18
  • SHALINI
  • 3 years, 2 years, –, 8 weeks

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