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Social and Emotional Development of Children


Thesocialandemotionaldevelopmentofchildrenandteenagerswhichcontinuesintoadulthood. Emotionaldevelopment: Emotional development is the emergence of a child's experience, expression, understanding, and regulations of emotions from birth through late adolescence. It also comprises how growth and changes in these processes concerning emotions occur. WhatisSocial-Emotionaldevelopment? Positive and nurturing early experiences and relationships have a significant impact on a child's social - emotional development.
They also influence how the young child's brain develops. An attachment relationship is an enduring one that develops during the first few years of the child's life.
Erikson's Eight stages of development by  psychiatrist , Erik Erikson in 1956. According to Erikson , the socialization process consists of eight phases - the " eight stages of man" . His eight stages of man were formulated not through experimental work, but through wide - ranging expe…

SPEECH DEVELOPMENT - Infant to Childhood.

What are Voice, Speech and Language?
Voice, Speech and Language are the tools we use to communicate with each other. VOICE: is the sound we make as air from our lungs is pushed between vocal folds in our Larynx , Causing them to vibrate. SPEECH: is talking , which is one way to express language. It involves the precisely coordinated muscle actions of the tongue, lips, jaw , and vocal tract to produce the recognizable sounds that make up language. LANGUAGE: is a set of shared rules that allow people to express verbally or by writing, singing or making other gestures , such as eye blinking or mouth movement. How do Speech and Language develop?
The first 3 years of life ,when the brain in developing and maturing , is the most intensive period for acquiring speech and language skills. These skills develop best a world that is rich with sounds, sights and consistent exposure to the speech and others. There appear to be critical periods for speech and language development infants and young childre…