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 behavioural development.
All children are unique and a lot of their
Aims and planning:
For this visit I plan to visit Jack during his bedtime to study his
bedtime routine. I thought this would be a good visit to do as it
involves physical, intellectual, social and emotional development and
these should be easy to observe throughout this visit. First I will
TDA 2.1 Child and young person development.
1.1 & 1.2
Age Physical development Communication and intellectual development Social, emotional and Behavioural development
Birth to 3 months Looks at hands.
Plays with fingers.
Child and Young Persons Development
Main stages of a child or young persons development.
Children and young people’s development from birth to 19 consist of three main aspects of development.
• Physical development.
• Communication and intellectual development.
• Social, e
AO1 – Patterns of Development
This coursework will describe how children develop according to milestones from birth to eight years old.
Emily is 17 years old and lives on the outskirts of Woking. She is currently living with her mum and attends St. John the Baptist Sixth Form C
Definition of Adolescent development:
The development of children ages 12 through 19 years old is expected to include predictable physical and mental milestones.
Derived from the Latin verb adolescere (to grow into maturity), adolescence is the period of transition from childhood t
Working with babies from birth to 12 months
E1-Summarise the factors which may influence the health and development of babies in the first year of their lives
Environmental factors such as not having enough space in the garden for the baby to play and explore will influence their d
Understand Child and Young Person Development
Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development and the Importance of Them
When looking at and discussing a child’s development, you have to remember that all children are different and grow at different rates. Every child will follow the same
1.1 Child Observation Summary Sheet .
1) Childs Name X
2) Age 12 months
3) Gender Male
4) Disability None
5) Ethnic Origin Indian
6) Religion Hindu
7) Class Middle
Ethical Considerations in undertaking th
The Four Planes of Development
The first 24 years of a child’s life is divided to four planes or stages of development each consist of a period of six years. Within these stages the development is intense at the beginning, consolidates and then tapers to the next. The 1st & 3rd planes are peri
Child Development Chart PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT BIRTH-1 YEAR At birth: swallowing, sucking,rooting, grasp, startle, walking and standing reflexes. By 3 months: can hold head up when lying on front, play with fingers,hold rattles. By 6 months: reach out and grab, pass object from hand to hand, try to se
Task A - Child and young person development
Age range | Description of the stage | An example of how this impacts onanother aspect of development |
0 – 3 months | The first 3 months of a new-born’s physical development will pass by more quickly than you can imagine.
Understanding Child and Young Person Development
There are four key areas of child and young person development;
Physical development is when children and young people gain control and extend their movement range. This development follows an expected pattern and definite seq
2 and a half years old - they have no understanding of what’s wrong and right but are starting to understand the word no.
3 years old - no understanding of what’s wrong and right but can follow simple rules most of the time.
4 years old- some children are sometimes tho
CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT
0 – 1 year
At this age babies are sleeping a great deal and growing rapidly. Before a child is 3 months you may expect a baby to show signs of lifting their head, the grasp reflex fades and they begin to hold objects like rattles that are plac
Children and Young peoples development aged Birth to Nineteen Years
Sleeps 20 hours a day - physical
Cries to indicate pain, hunger and emotions- Emotional and Speech and Language
Uses Reflexes e.g. sucking or rooting reflex- Physical
Can focus on objects a few inches away and is sens
Newborns head is wobbly because the neck muscles are not developed enough to support the head unaided,
Newborns look scrunched up because of the position in the womb at the end of the pregnancy ,arms and legs will not fully extend.
Transitions and their effect on Development
It is my intention to demonstrate possible effects that transitions have on Child and Young People’s development. In order to support my findings I aim to quote various models of child development theory to il
Development Norms of Children and Young People from Birth to 19 Years
Age | Physical development |
Birth to 6months | * Develops own feeding and sleeping patterns * Grows rapidly * Gains early control of eye movement * Develops motor controls in orderly sequence, balances head, rolls ov