The second approach, “The native perspective” unlike learning theorists minimize the role of the language environment and maximize the role of child’s biologically programmed capacities in explaining language development.
The third approach known as “The Interactionist Perspective” believes that both learning theorists (nurture) and nativists (nature) are correct: Childrens biologically based competencies and their language environment interact to shape the course of language development (Bloom, 1998; Bohannon & Bonvillian, 2005).They emphasize that acquisition of language skills depends on and is related to the acquisition of many other capacities: perceptual, cognitive, motor, social, and emotional.
Obviously, there is no doubt that males and females differ biologically. Yet we have to ask ourselves one question, do we form our ideas of gender roles according the influence of our society, or does biological predisposition outweigh the cultural influence? Gender refers to the cultural and social definition of feminine and masculine, it bears no relevance to the biological sex. Rather, it is the socially constructed expectations placed on a person because of their sex. Socialization is defined as the process by which we learn the ways of a given society or social group so that we can function within it. We are born either male or female, but not boy or girl. Femininity and masculinity do not bubble up from our genetic makeup. The distinction between boy and girl is taught. Therefore, gender is a learned identity. From the moment a child is born, (s)he begins the process of gender socialization. There is no nation where men and women are not gendered. The gender system organizes society in such a way that boys and girls are treated differently, and the expectations for boys and girls differ. Family and peer relationships, schools and religious institutions, and media exposure
Albet Bendur’s “observational learning” states that children imitate what they hear; or they learn by listening or imitating older companions.(Albert Bandur,1971).B.F Skinner (1957) and others…
Since it involves the development in physical, cognitive, emotional, and social aspects, it affects the human as a whole. Understanding human development highlights how we become who we are and how it affects our career. Human development is very important in a teaching career because it lays the foundation of becoming an effective teacher.
Please identify that career. (5) Human development is the science of studying how a human develops physically, psychologically as well as socially with the passage of time. It is a branch of psychology that studies the behavioral changes that come within people as they grow older.
Observation could take place in natural or managed settings. Mostly, during observation, the behavior and reactions of the subject(s) is monitored and recorded which aims to solve a hypothesis. This paper is focused on a naturalistic observation of the subject in a normal environment.
With this complex processes involved, cognitive development is the most interesting aspect of the child’s growth and development. To understand more of this phenomenon, the following questions are answered: 1. How does cognition develop from infancy through middle childhood?
In a typical day for A, she gets up early in the morning, and prepares the breakfast. Meanwhile the milkman comes and she collects the milk and boil it. She wakes her husband and kids up. Kids take too long to be awaked. She serves the breakfast and makes sure that the kids take a glass of milk before leaving for school.
As the individual begins his journey to become a part of the society, his life still displays an enigma where his behavior changes at times when presented with certain circumstances in different time and place. Essential for human development includes elements of biological make up, biochemical composition, evolution, sociological contributions, and ecology.
In this section of the study, an understanding of the said matter shall be given focus as knowing how the society affects one person certainly identifies the capability by which the motivational elements for people's progress could be given careful focus.
The question of whether the conflict actually occurs or not depends on how well prepared the individual is at that particular point in life during a transition from one stage to another. Erikson referred to this issue as
The author of the paper states that human development probes the different stages of life to better understand how people work, this would be beneficial for author’s chosen career as he would have to work with people from diverse backgrounds and it would be helpful to understand them better.