GCSE Unit 1 Health and social care keywords

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  • Created on: 25-05-13 19:00
Self esteem
what you think about yourself
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Self image
what you think others think about you
2 of 30
Development norms/milestones
what you expect to happen at each life stage e.g sitting up by 18 months
3 of 30
mid-life crisis
a dramatic period of self doubt caused by the passing of youth and the move into later adulthood
4 of 30
Emptynest syndrome
the feeling of loss or sadness when one more children leave the family home
5 of 30
housebound
unable to leave the house e.g disabled
6 of 30
Nature
the influence on our genes e.g eye colour
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Nurture
the influence of our environment, our circumstances and the way we are brought up e.g type of music, style of clothes etc
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primary socialisation
social rules and values learned from in the home and from family
9 of 30
Secondary socialisation
social rules and values learned from outside the home e.g friends, peers collegues
10 of 30
Solo play
playing alone (0-1 year)
11 of 30
Parallel Play
playing alongside others (under 3)
12 of 30
Cooperative play
sharing toys, playing together (4 years+)
13 of 30
Bonding/attachment
close emotional ties with main carer
14 of 30
Gross motor skills
using large muscle groups to accomplish tasks e.g crawling, walking
15 of 30
Fine motor skills
prescise control of small muscles found in the finger e.g writing, knitting
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Rooting reflex
the baby turns its head in the direction of the touch. enabling it to find the ******* of its mothers breast to obtain food
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Moro reflex
when startled, a baby throws out its arms and legs, then pulls them back with fingers curved
18 of 30
Grasp reflex
a baby will grasp an object placed in its hand
19 of 30
Walking reflex
when a baby is held with its feet touching the ground its legs make forward movements, as if walking
20 of 30
Sex
biologically male or female
21 of 30
Gender
the behaviour or expectations society expects from men and women
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Sexual orientation
the preference for either a same sex or opposite sex partener
23 of 30
Genetics
inheritance from parents e.g hair colour
24 of 30
Centile charts
charts used to plot growth of babies/infants, they measure height/weight/head circumference
25 of 30
Sensori motor
object don't exist if cannot see them (0-9 months)
26 of 30
Object permanence
understand object are still there if covered (18 months)
27 of 30
Pre-operational
base thinking of what things look like e.g green man (3-6 years)
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Concrete operational
able to use logic, like lots of pictures to help work problems out (7-12 years)
29 of 30
Formal operational
able to plan for future, think about things never done (13 years+)
30 of 30

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Card 2

Front

Self image

Back

what you think others think about you

Card 3

Front

Development norms/milestones

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

mid-life crisis

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Emptynest syndrome

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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Comments

MILLAOMEARA

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is this correct

zainab shakeel

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what does obsevation mean in a health and social care 

lorenmumford

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I don't know?

Jessica J

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Pretty good 

Jessica J

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Using this for my GCSE mock 

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