Assessment Task - Mu 5.2

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MU5.2
Paper on children and young people’s development at local conference Task one
The sequence and rate of development that would normally be expected in children and young people from birth to 19 years.

Children’s do not develop at the same rate as each another .Every child has different rate of Development

Areas of development:

These are the main areas of development

1. Physical development
2. Social development
3. Intellectual development
4. Language development

As there will be difference of children progress at the same rate .The below is the guide on how they might develop for the following age’s ranges

Age 0 to 3 years
1. Physical development: Babies turn their head towards sounds and movement’s .They like to watch the face of adult at feeding time. They start sitting with support and gradually sit alone .They raise their hand and aspect to be lifted. They try to walk, then will be able to run and use a bicycle. They will try to hold pencil and try to write use the toilet alone. 2. Social development: At the initial months they will recognize mother face and voice they enjoy playing with others and game ticks like peak-boo. They will please adult and perform for the audience. They develop sense of identity. Some want to do themselves. 3. Intellectual development: They begin to realise others are separate beings from themselves. They imitate others and try out ways of behaving in play. They will become more confident but still they need adult support. They will know who their main carers are and cry if they are left with someone they do not know and they begin to understand the world around them.

4. Language development: Initially they make variety of happy sounds. As they grow they will make four to five different sounds and turn their head towards sources of sounds. Then they improve from using single words to complex words. By two they will use 30 to 150 words. After that they put words together into sentence.

Ages 3 to 7 years
1. Physical development: They try to walk on tiptoe, walk up and down stairs. They jump with feet together. They will hop. As they grow they will ride bicycle. They climb confidently. They write and will undo buttons and thread beads. 2. Social development: At this age they become more confident and self motivated. They sometimes play co-operatively with other children and will enjoy copying and helping adults

3. Intellectual development, During this stage, children's thought processes are developing, although they are still considered to be far from 'logical thought', in the adult sense of the word. The vocabulary of a child is also expanded and developed during this stage, as they change from babies and toddlers into 'little people'. worry about not being liked. Start to understand rules be frightened of things like ghosts.

4. Language Development children will start to talk clearly so anyone can understand them by their 7th birthday they can tell jokes and enjoy conversations.

Ages 7 to 13 years
1.Physical Development
The children can throw, kick and control a ball, hop and ride a bicycle, use their hands to thread, use scissors well, build models and write clearly by their 12th birthday and use good co-ordination skills.

2. Social Development
The children will have a best friend and will worry about not being liked. They will also start to understand rules, start to argue with their parents. They will seem very grown up but also very childish at times. 3.Intellectual development:"During this stage, the thought process becomes more rational, mature and 'adult like', or more 'operational', Although this process most often continues well into the teenage years. Belief in animism and ego centric thought tends to decline during the Concrete Operational stage, although, remnants of this way of thinking are often found in adults. solve problems enjoy responsibility

4. Language Development
The children will tell...
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