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What is human growth?
Human growth is the physical changes that occur to someones body. This could be a change in mass or height.
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What is human development?
Human development is the intellectual changes that occur to someone. This could be learning new skills, such as hand-eye coordination.
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What are gross-motor skills?
Gross-motor skills are the big muscle movements that someone does. This could be walking, running and jumping.
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What are fine-motor skills?
Fine-motor skills are the small muscle movements that someone does. These muscle movements involve skills like hand-eye coordiantion. This could be picking up objects, using finger and thumb to draw and write.
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What does P.I.E.S stand for?
P- Physical, I- Intellectual, E- Emotional, S- Social
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What is the age range for Infancy?
0-2
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What is the age range for Early Childhood?
3-8
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What is the age range for Adolescence?
9-18
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What is the age range for Early Adulthood?
19-45
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What is the age range for Middle Adulthood?
46-65
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What is the age range for Later Adulthood?
65+
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What is an expected life event?
Expected life events are events that people plan for and they can predict it will happen in their life. This could be getting married, getting a job, going to school, etc.
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What is an unexpected life event?
Unexpected life events are events that take people by suprise and they haven't planned for them. This could be going to jail, losing your job, getting a divorce.
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Why is dying an unexpected life event?
Dying is an unexpected life event because the individual doesnt know when it will happen and it isnt planned for.
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Why is going to school an expected life event?
Going to school is an expected life event because you know what age you will start shool and you plan to go to school.
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Name some physical factors that can affect someone's growth and development.
Diet, Exercise, Illness/disease, Genetic inheritance
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Name some social and emotional factors that can affect someone's growth and development.
Gender, Family, Friends, Education, Employment, Life experiences
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Name some economic factors that can affect someone's growth and development.
Income, Material possessions, Debt
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Name some environmental factors that can affect someone's growth and development.
Housing, Pollution, Local Area
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What does rural mean?
In the countryside, such as small villages and farms.
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What does urban mean?
In large cities or towns, that are highly populated.
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what could happen if someone's physical needs aren't met?
If a person's physical needs aren't met, this could cause illness and poor health and well-being.
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How can family influence growth and development?
If th family is supportive and caring to their children then this will help the children grow and develop and learn to trust and follow the rules of society.
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