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The Developing Child: Student Workbook

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The Developing Child takes an “ages and stages” approach to providing a comprehensive overview of the development of children from birth through adolescence. At each stage, students explore typical physical, emotional and social, and intellectual development. This newest edition of The Developing Child provides thoroughly updated content, the latest information on brain development, expanded coverage of older children and adolescents, and easy-to-read graphic summaries of ...
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Overview

The Developing Child takes an “ages and stages” approach to providing a comprehensive overview of the development of children from birth through adolescence. At each stage, students explore typical physical, emotional and social, and intellectual development. This newest edition of The Developing Child provides thoroughly updated content, the latest information on brain development, expanded coverage of older children and adolescents, and easy-to-read graphic summaries of physical developmental milestones.

Students will practice lifetime learning skills—finding, analyzing, and utilizing information as they read The Developing Child. They will also learn about a variety of career opportunities related to the content of each chapter. Students will learn child development theory as it relates to parenting and workplace applications.

Students and teachers will have several new components to accompany this edition of The Developing Child. The Vocabulary Puzzlemaker CD-ROM provides crossword, word search and jumble puzzles. Puzzles may be printed out, or done on the computer. Students can use the new Observations Guidebook along with the Observations CD-ROM providing video vignettes. Teachers have a new set of 48 full-color The Developing Child Transparencies to accompany The Developing Brain booklet. Teachers also will have Inclusion in The Developing Child Classroom, providing strategies for use when teaching a wide range of needs and with specific activities correlated to the chapters of The Developing Child text. Teachers will also have TeacherWorks CD-ROM to customize and plan lessons on a monthly calendar.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780078462580
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 5/13/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 1,104,045
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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Table of Contents


Unit 1: Children and Parenting
Chapter 1: Learning About Children
Chapter 2: The Challenges of Parenting
Chapter 3: Building Strong Families
Unit 2: Pregnancy and Childbirth
Chapter 4: Prenatal Development
Chapter 5: Preparing for Birth
Chapter 6: The Baby’s Arrival
Unit 3: The Baby’s First Year
Chapter 7: Physical Development of Infants
Chapter 8: Emotional and Social Development of Infants
Chapter 9: Intellectual Development of Infants
Unit 4: The Child from One to Three
Chapter 10: Physical Development from One to Three
Chapter 11: Emotional and Social Development from One to Three
Chapter 12: Intellectual Development from One to Three
Unit 5: The Child from Four to Six
Chapter 13: Physical Development from Four to Six
Chapter 14: Emotional and Social Development from Four to Six
Chapter 15: Intellectual Development from Four to Six
Unit 6: The Child from Seven to Twelve
Chapter 16: Physical Development from Seven to Twelve
Chapter 17: Emotional and Social Development from Seven to Twelve
Chapter 18: Intellectual Development from Seven to Twelve
Unit 7: Additional Topics of Study
Chapter 19: Adolescence
Chapter 20: Children’s Health and Safety
Chapter 21: Family Challenges
Chapter 22: Child Care Options
Chapter 23: Planning Your Work Life
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