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    Years Development: Physical: -At around 15-16 years old girls finish the transition of becoming women. -Boys start going through puberty at the age of 14 and this usually last for 3 years. -Sporting and arts and crafts talents may become more apparent. Cognitive: -During these ages, they will...
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    Levels of Education The new entry age for elementary education is 6yrs; 12-15years for secondary education and 16-19 for higher education. (Pre-school is optional). The number of years of formal schooling in the Philippines is one of the shortest in the world. It has a 6-4-4 structure: • 6 years...
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    1.1. Describe the expected pattern of children and young people’s development from birth to 19 years, to include: • Physical development • Communication and intellectual development • Social, emotional and behavioral development. Communication/ Language Development Cognitive/Intellectual...
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    appears in a specific order during puberty: The first facial hair to appear tends to grow at the corners of the upper lip, typically between 14 to 16 years of age.[18][19] It then spreads to form a moustache over the entire upper lip. This is followed by the appearance of hair on the upper part of...
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  • Adolescence Summary 1
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  • A Survey of Cognitive Radio Systems
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  • 1 Understand the Expected Pattern of Development for Children and Young People from Birth-19 Yrs
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