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  • Different Levels Of Play
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    Video ReflectionPlayv Importance Indoors Play Levels of Play vs. Social Skills Intellectual Play Importance: Growing up my mother encouraged her four children to play hard. We were allowed the space to work off or steam by playing dirty in the mud. Or being allowed to jump into a pile of leaves. Her basic motivates and comments to us were always; that the clothing could be washed, we could take a bath but enjoy be a child. In the video "Play", it is discussed as a way for children to be allowed ...
  • Learning Initiative Versus Guilt Erikson
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    Volunteering at the YMCA was a great experience. I conducted a two-hour craft class with approximately seventeen children between five to seven years of age. Two "Y" counselors assisted me with the children. The project I selected was a magazine collage based on nutrition and fitness. The children enthusiastically participated. I brought a large scaled laminated version of the food pyramid. We began by discussing the food groups and they assisted in the assembly of the pyramid. We then discussed...
  • Child's Imaginative Skills During Play
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    child development By: gilly boy The Importance of Play in a Child's Development The majority of research done by Cognitive Psychologists dealing with human cognition has revealed it to be related to the human imagination. As evident by the fact that many psychologist view the process of thinking as the forming of mental representations and through the manipulation of these imaginative images we come to form thoughts. Thus, the imaginative skills a child learns during play are vital for that chil...
  • Important Part Of Emotional Social Development
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    Emotional development is a major factor in the overall development of a child. It is believed that emotional and social development are very closely entwined. Child experts and psychologists agree that emotions are vital in a child's life and to be able to promote a healthy social development a child must learn how to correctly find solutions to interpersonal problems. Moreover, research shows when parents display higher levels of warmth and positive interaction children are more likely to exhib...
  • Audience A High Quality Catalyst
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    Just as in science, a catalyst speeds up the rate of the chemical reaction; in literature, a catalyst is a person, idea or event that initiates and develops the conflict of the story. In "A View from the Bridge" and "The Glass Menagerie", the catalysts used are introduced at different points in the plays and play different roles. In " A View from the Bridge", Rodolpho, the catalyst, is introduced in the exposition, and plays a major role in the play. He initiates the conflict by being attracted ...
  • Use Play In Learning
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    Whenever a child is born, the focus is on the future. The parents look forward eagerly to each milestone in his development -- his first smile, his first word, his first step. In the back of their minds at all times is the question: What kind of individual will this new person be? In addition, even more important, what can they do to ensure that his future will be happy and that he will become a useful member of society? Psychoanalysis is a branch of epistemology that concerns itself with the hu...
  • O Caseys Play
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    A Directors production plan for Juno and the Paycock by Sean O Casey. In the production plan, you should explain your general approach to staging your chosen play, referring to any aspects of the play you consider significant. You may consider such aspects of staging as costume, set, lighting, make-up, props, acting methods, choice of venue, etc. Your answer must be supported by appropriate non-written material. A director's production plan should integrate all elements of theatre so to put acro...
  • Middle Years 10 12
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    Cognitive Development Pre school - 0-4 yrs... Learning occurs through motor activity and the senses... (piaget). Has the ability to understand object permanence, as well as face recognition. (piaget). First utterances for the purpose of communication. (Vygotsky). Auto cosmic play occurs, where the child explores their own body. Symbolic / pretend play also occurs. (Erikson) Early years - 5-9 yrs... Logical classification begins to appear with intuitive and symbolic thinking. (piaget). Egocentric...

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