Developmental Stage

Developmental Stage

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THIS PROJECT IS NOT ON ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT

STEP 1 – Choose one developmental stage:

Infancy – birth to 2 years of age

Early Childhood – 2 years to 6 years of age

Middle Childhood – 7 years to 12 years of age

Adolescence – 13 years to 18 years of age

STEP 2 – Research the physical, cognitive and social/emotional changes/components of that developmental stage (you may need to use theories when explaining these components in addition to the one theory you have chosen to highlight.
For example, it’s hard not to mention Piaget’s theory when you are discussing Cognitive development in any of the stages).

STEP 3 – Choose one developmental theory that fits with the developmental stage you have chosen. Research the many aspects of this theory, not just how it pertains to your developmental level. For example, what is the theory’s main focus and how does this theory relate to developmental concepts such as nature vs. nurture, continuous or discontinuous development etc. Look at my review powerpoint presentation for Unit 9 for some ideas that I uploaded to Doc Sharing.

STEP 4 – Research cultural impacts on your chosen developmental stage. Do not discuss other countries. Choose a cultural aspect that affects life here in the U. S. Look at my review powerpoint presentation for Unit 9 for some ideas that I uploaded to Doc Sharing.

STEP 5 – Print the grading rubric and keep it next to you while you write your paper.

STEP 6 – Write your paper.

REQUIREMENTS

1. 700 – 800 words in length

2. Double-spaced

3. 12-Point Times New Roman font

4. 1″ margins all around

5. Use at least three primary source reading materials when you do your research and when you back up any of your statements within your paper (Textbook is included as a primary resource).

6. APA format

In text citations from primary source reading materials you used in your research and those that you are using to back up your statements.

Title Page with running head

Content pages that include an introduction with thesis statement, summary paragraphs and conclusion that repeats your thesis statement.

Reference Page – References should match all citations used within your text, be double spaced with second line indented and be in alphabetical order.

Although direct quotes are OK, the majority of your paper should be written in your own words and cited indicating where you got this information from. All papers will be sent to “Turnitin” a resource that advises if you copied words from another author without giving credit. REMEMBER, EVEN WHEN YOU USE YOUR OWN WORDS YOU MUST CITE WHERE YOU GOT THE INFORMATION FROM.

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