PROMPT: HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ( childhood to adolescence to adult )
Think about the 6-year-old you and the 16-year-old you. Consider physical, social/emotional, and cognitive changes. What things are very different? What things are very much the same? Now consider the 16-year-old you and the current you. Consider physical, social/emotional, and cognitive changes. What things are very different? What things are very much the same?
- Give three examples of development in each of the domain categories.
- Show how these things are different in the “current me” column.
- Using 75-100 words, describe which theory or theories explain these changes and how.
Title page, Chart and References
CHART (ATTACHED BELOW IN LINK)
TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 FONT
SUMMARIZE IN OWN WORDS/JUST TWO (2) IN TEXT CITATIONS
NO GRAMMAR ISSUES/NO ERRORS
3-4 CREDIBLE SCHOLARLY SOURCES REFERENCES/published, peer-reviewed sources required
*****The Chart exhibits a defined and clear understanding of the assignment. Chart provides three (3) examples of development in each of the three domain categories (physical, social/emotional and cognitive) for a combined total of six (6) for the 6 yr old and 16 yr old self.
*****The Chart demonstrates proficient command of the subject matter in the assignment. Assignment shows an impressive level of depth and ability to relate course content to practical examples and applications by noting similarities and differences in the “current me” column.
*****The Chart provides well-supported ideas and reflection with a variety of current and/or worldviews in the assignment. Chart presents a genuine intellectual development of ideas throughout assignment by describing which theory or theories explain the noted changes.
*****Evidence of research for materials/content is cited within the chart and listed in a reference section using APA format. You must support your writing 3-4 references. Yes, you may use first person and personal pronouns for this assignment.
*****No spelling, grammar, punctuation or other writing structural errors. Written work is clearly presented and APA structure. Guidelines for paper are met or exceeded. Transitions are logical and appropriate.