Assignment 23 Task a - Diploma Childrens and Young Peoples Workforce

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Assignment 023: Understand Child and Young Person Development Task A1: Tables showing sequence and rate of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years Table 1: Physical Development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | At birth babies are born with reflexes – such as: * swallowing and sucking * rooting * grasping * startle reflexIn the first few months babies change considerably * gradually sleeping less * looking less curled up and startle less | 3-6 months | * Sleeping less and are more alert * Lifting and turning their head | 6-9 months | * Reach out grabbing objects * Starting to teethe * Getting stronger * Sitting up | 9-12 months | *…show more content…
school, boyfriends, girlfriends, puberty, life changes * Avoidance behaviours, i.e. truanting, * Improved confidence | 16-19 years | * Development of new friendships i.e. workplace or college * Improved social skills and confidence * Transition to adulthood | Table 5: Moral Development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | Moral development is limited in the first 2 years and does not really have much bearing. Even if a child had significant moral views/tendencies, they would find it hard to convey these, except maybe for tantrums | 3-6 months | | 6-9 months | | 9-12 months | | 1-2 years | | 2-4 years | * No understanding of right from wrong * Do have understanding of word “no” * Can follow simple rules * Can be thoughtful towards others * Keen to seek adult approval * Enjoy responsibility | 4-7 years | * Eager to learn rules and adhere to them * Tell tales on other children | 7-12 years | * “police” situations with other children, emphasising rules * Consequence of actions awareness * Thoughtfulness increased | 12-16 years | * Appreciation of wider rules and understanding in society * Consequence of actions understood * Interest in moral issues and

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