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Human growth week 4


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Human growth week 4

  1. 1. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 4
  2. 2. Time to think………. • Words from the letters in : • achievements
  3. 3. Learning Outcomes • Outline three significant life events during infancy and childhood. • Describe the weaning process • Evaluate the impact of life events on development.
  4. 4. Recap-D1- Outline the key life stages of human growth and development. Identify briefly the main points- Introduction, what growth and development mean and give life stages. Infancy- birth to five years Childhood- six years to 12 years Adolescence- 13 years to 18 years Early Adulthood- 19-45 years Middle Adulthood- 46- 65 years Late Adulthood- 65+
  5. 5. Recap • D3- • Describe holistic development. • Examples may be used to support the description
  6. 6. Board Blast • Significant life events in infancy and childhood.
  7. 7. Small Group-Creative Activity • Research-What is weaning ? • What would be suitable foods for babies. • What finger food would be suitable? • Using the Nursery World magazines research information about suitable foods. • Reference:- Title of the Article: ( Year) Nursery World
  8. 8. Three stages of weaning Stage 1 • 6 months • Start weaning baby • Offer child small amounts of food Stage 2 • Around 7 months start to introduce finger foods • Offer red meat to a non vegetarian baby at least once a week Stage 3 • 10 months to one year • Baby should be enjoying three meals a day, with snacks and drinks between meals. Baby-led weaning
  9. 9. Life Events • Produce a timeline showing significant life events during infancy and childhood. Infancy and Childhood
  10. 10. Have you met your objectives?
  11. 11. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 4
  12. 12. Learning Outcomes • Summarise how to support a child throughout the toilet training process. • Describe significant life events during infancy and childhood. • Explain significant life events during adolescence
  13. 13. Recap- • C2- Discuss factors which impact upon human growth and development. Top Tip:-  Remember to think about the impact of factors.  You could include culture, employment, environment , lifestyle.
  14. 14. What are the signs a child may be ready for potty training? • Watch the clip and recognise some signs Princess Potty Training
  15. 15. Ready for Potty Training? 1.Wants to try the toilet/potty 2.Bowl movements are becoming predictable 3.Asks to be changed when nappy is dirty 4.Stays dry through several hours of the day/nap time/night 5.Becomes curious about other peoples bathroom routines
  16. 16. Have you met your objectives?
  17. 17. Childhood • Why is play so important in children’s development? My favourite thing about school...
  18. 18. Individual Creative task • Produce a timeline showing significant life events during infancy and childhood.
  19. 19. Have you met your objectives?
  20. 20. Employment/Unemployment • NEETs is a term used to describe 16-24 year olds who are not in education, employment or training. • NEETs are more likely to suffer long-term unemployment, have low self-esteem and have higher rates of mental health problems.
  21. 21. Minimum Wage Structure, level and increases in the minimum wage Current level From April 2016 From October 2016 - April 2017 Increase Adult rate (21+) NLW (25+) £7.20 £7.20 n/a Adult Rate (21-24) £6.70 £6.95 3.7% YDR (18-20) £5.30 £5.55 4.7% 16-17 Yr Old Rate £3.87 £4.00 3.4% Apprentice Rate £3.30 £3.40 3%
  22. 22. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Week 4
  23. 23. Time to think……….. • Word square- All that you have to do is make dictionary words of any length from the letters in the grid – the bigger the better! • The only restriction is that the word must contain the central letter. E A T M R C I S I Poppy
  24. 24. Learning Outcomes Describe the impact that a significant event may have during adolescence Explain the effects of prison on an individual’s well-being • Explain why middle adulthood may be a time of opportunity for individuals in this life stage.
  25. 25. Recap • B1- Outline the:  Medical model of health and well-being  Social model of health and well-being Remember for your social model you can include reference to your dementia friends training which promotes equality and inclusion
  26. 26. Discussion • What does the term self-esteem mean? Self-esteem is how much you like, accept and respect yourself. How much you value yourself.
  27. 27. Task • What significant life events happen during adolescence?
  28. 28. Nursing Times Article • Impact that significant life events may have on an individual. • Social isolation in adolescents with continence problems.
  29. 29. Discussion • Difference between expected and unexpected life events.
  30. 30. Unexpected Life Events • Acquired disability – This is a disability that is sudden – for example, paralysis because of an RTA or a soldier injured in battle. Or as a result of a stroke.
  31. 31. ICT Task-Prison • Learning outcome:Explain the effects of prison on an individual’s well-being • If an individual gets sent to prison explain the impact of this significant life event on the individual? Make a table and complete the following:- Physical Intellectual Emotion al Social
  32. 32. Have you met your objectives?
  33. 33. Unit HSC M2 Human Growth and Development Friday- week 4
  34. 34. Time to Think………………… • A number recall starter Instructions  Balloons will come up with numbers in them  Remember the number to write down once all the balloons have passed
  35. 35. Learning Outcomes • Outline the impact that a significant event may have on an individual • Describe five physical changes that we associate with older age. • Explain why it is important for an older person to keep mentally active.
  36. 36. Recap • C1- outline the nature versus nurture debate in relation to human growth and development. Remember nature is inherited characteristics and nurture relates to environmental influences relating to human development and behaviour.
  37. 37. Impacts of redundancy Wendell is 58 years old and lives alone after his divorce. He has recently been made redundant from his job. Now that Wendell is not working he has little money to go out and socialise with friends. Give two possible effects of not being able to socialise on Wendell’s development.
  38. 38. • Lisa is a 14 year old girl who has just lost her Dad to cancer. She is refusing to return to school and is being aggressive towards her Mum. Her statements below were made during an interview with a counsellor. • ‘Mum made me angry – I had to smash up my room’. • ‘don’t know why she made me angry – she just annoys me’. • ‘it’s just the way I am – I can’t stop it when I’m angry’.1. Lisa says she cant stop herself being aggressive – are some people fixed from birth to be aggressive? 2. What factors might influence Lisa to be aggressive? 3. Lisa’s aggression could be seen as caused by ‘NATURE’ (the way she was born) or NURTURE (an unexpected life event) How far might Lisa have Individual Task
  39. 39. Effects of Ageing-complete the table Body organ/system Effects of ageing Remedy The brain Some memory loss Keep mentally active The eyes The ears The skeleton and joints The skin The hair
  40. 40. Have you met your objectives?