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Puberty to 18 years 6 early adulthood age of

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(puberty to 18 years) 6. Early Adulthood Age of adjustment to new patterns of lifeand roles such as spouse, parent and bread winner. (18 to 40 years)
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...CONTINUATION 7. Middle Age Transition age when adjustments to initial physical and mental decline areexperienced. (40 years to retirement) 8. Old Age Retirement age when increasingly rapidphysical and mental decline are experienced. (Retirement to death)
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LET US TRY... (true or false) 1. Maturity happens when you are able to postpone pleasurable things for a more valuable thing. 2. Development could be either slow or fast. 3. Late childhood is the adjustment to new patterns of life roles.
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4. Middle age is the period where people experience physical, emotional and mental decline. 5. Human development focuses on growth and changes in life span, emotions, physical structures, mental and cognitive aspect.
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ACTIVITY 1.3 What are the expectedtasks you have successfully accomplished? What are the expectedtasks you have partially accomplished? What are the expectedtasks you have not accomplished? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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LET US GO DEEPER Role Play on Challenges of Middle Adolescence 1. Plan a role play on a specific situation in which a developmental challenge of middle adolescence is seen in your everyday living. 2. Practice your role play with your group mates. 3. Perform your role play in class. 4. Make a report on your group’s brainstorming and performance. Include
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LET US GO DEEPER 1. Anu-ano ang mga problemang hinaharap ng mga kabataan batay sa pelikula? 2. Paano nila ito nilulutas? Anu-ano ang mga hakbang na ginagawa? 3. Bakit importante ang wastong edukasyon sa mga kabataan? 4. Anu-ano ang mga ginagampanang tungkulin ng pamilya hinggil sa wastong paggabay sa mga kabataan?
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THE PASSAGE TO ADULTHOOD: CHALLENGES OF LATE ADOLESCENCE Physical Development Most girls have completed the physical changes related to puberty by age 15. Boys are still maturing and gaining strength, muscle mass, and height and are completing the development of sexual traits.
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Emotional Development May stress over school and test scores. Is self-involved (may have high expectations and low self-concept). Seeks privacy and time alone. Is concerned about physical and sexual attractiveness. May complain that parents prevent him or her from doing things independently. Starts to want both physical and emotional intimacy in relationships. The experience of intimate partnerships
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Social Development shifts in relationship with parents from dependency and subordination to one that reflects the adolescent’s increasing maturity and responsibilities in the family and the community, Is more and more aware of social behaviors of friends. Seeks friends that share the same beliefs, values, and interests. Friends become more important. Starts to have more intellectual interests. Explores romantic and sexual behaviors with others. May be influenced by peers to try risky behaviors (alcohol, tobacco, sex).
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Mental Development Becomes better able to set goals and think in terms of the future.
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