The Importance Of Development During Adolescence?

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From what I have learned about development during adolescence, can help me understand what adolescence go through. I now understand adolescences have a difficult time find out who they are, who they want to be and how others see them. From centuries ago to modern day, little has changed. The growth, changes and challenges that happen now happened many years ago. Children’s physical bodies change as they go through puberty, their cognitive ability changes, as their thoughts are more abstract and critical and their socioemotional status changes as they figure out their identity.
In this quote, I can explain, with help from society influences and expectations, as well as environmental aspects, how this quote applies to development in modern and
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However, modern day definition of luxury, manors and work is defined different when compared to prior centuries. The differences are influenced by society views, technology and living environment. Every generation is evolving and each one thinks the next generation is better off than the prior generations. Prior-century adolescents lived in luxury because they had bikes and did not have to walk. Now, modern day adolescents live in luxury because they do not have to look up words in the dictionary, the google them. Adolescents still want to find out who they are and want to gain independence and autonomy. The difference between the two is how they do it and with the different resources. Society’s views are another difference between centuries. A society that promotes a man as higher status would not find it rude that he did not hold open a door for a woman. …show more content…
Also, educating them on the importance of the different influences and different stages one passes through when developing. Like the influences of peer pressure and how not all their peers think alike. I would help the child understand that inevitably all people go through the same processes. Nonetheless, not all processes happen at the same time. I would help them understand about personal fables “the view held by some adolescents that what happens to them is unique, exceptional, and shared by no one else” are false and imaginary audiences “fictitious observers who pay as much attention to adolescents’ behavior as they do themselves” and how they are construed (Feldman, 2012). I could do so by giving examples of my own experiences and relate them to their own. I can explain how I thought I was the only ones whose parents were divorced and how no one understood what it was like being the only one not goes to a party because I had to be at my dad’s house, while my friend Candance experienced the same feelings of isolation. Closing the generation gap is another way I can relate to a teen. I can show them how my attitudes, values are similar to

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