Who Do You Think You Are?

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Who Do You Think You Are?
Give each of the following
prompts some thought before
writing your response. For each
section, please write a brief
paragraph with as much detail
as possible (about 5 sentences is
sufficient for each)
Who are you NOW?
Who do you think you are, today?
Think about your likes/dislikes,
friends/family, habits/hobbies,
personality, and anything that
makes you who you ARE.
Who were you THEN?
Who do you think you were, 5 – 10
years ago? Think about your
likes/dislikes, friends/family,
habits/hobbies, personality, and
anything that makes you who you
WERE.
Who will you BECOME?
Who do you think you will be, 5 – 10
years from now? Imagine what
your likes/dislikes, friends/family,
habits/hobbies, personality, and
anything else might be like for the
person you WILL BECOME.
Rate the amount of change
between who you WERE 5 – 10 years
ago and who you are NOW. 1 = little
change; 4 = much change
1
2
3
4
Rate the amount of change between
who you are NOW and who you WILL be
in 5 – 10 years. 1 = little change; 4 =
much change
1
2
3
4
Write a response…
In your opinion, what is the
most important stage (ages)
in a person’s life for
development…explain your
reasoning.
Human
Development
Themes of
Development:
Physical
Cognitive
Socio-emotional
Gender
Morality
Important Questions:
 How
do nature and nurture influence development?
 Do early experiences influence us for the rest of our lives?
 What factors influence prenatal physical development?
 How does physical development occur throughout
infancy and early childhood
Nature
Nurture
Physical Development
What are the major aspects of physical
development that occur from prenatal
development through early childhood?
Brain Development
PBS The Secret Life of the Brain
Newborn Reflexes
Figure 8.2
Trends in motor development
A. Cephalocaudal
B. Proximodistal
Cognitive Development
How does thought, intelligence, and
language processes change as an
individual matures?
Piaget stages practice…
1.
2.
Identify the most probable stage of
cognitive development for each
scenario.
In addition, identify a specific form
of thought related to the sage of
cognitive development (e.g.
egocentrism, centration, abstract
thought, reversibility)
When Dwayne headed out on his
“big expedition”, he wasn’t worried
that he would get lost. He knew
that he could just go back the
same way he had come. Dwayne
had the ability to retrace his path
back to the beginning.
Concrete Operational - reversibility
While watching television, Bryce
kept trying to grab the remote
control from his dad. Finally, his
dad hid the remote under the
pillow. Bryce seemed to quickly
forget about the remote and
started playing with his feet
instead.
Sensorimotor period – lack object
permanence
When asked what the saying, “You
can lead a horse to water, but you
can’t make it drink” means, Patrick
said that it meant that you can
provide someone with an
opportunity, but it doesn’t
necessarily mean that they will
take advantage of it.
Formal operational – abstract thought
Jane’s mother has two crackers,
both of equal size. She breaks one
of the crackers into four pieces and
the other into two. Jane says she
“wants the one with the most” and
immediately chooses the four
pieces.
Preoperational stage - centration
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