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    1.) Background The child being observed is a 7 year old girl, who is the fourth member in a family of five. Her family consists of her father, mother, 14 year old brother and a younger brother 18 months old. She attends primary school, currently in year 2 and academically thrives in the classroom, she has a small group of friends and attends before and after school care as well as vacation care. She is involved in after school sports activities playing football and also attends Church group on Sundays

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    Observation Summary The first observation I intended was with the infants during the morning between 9:30- 10:30. The infants were 8– 12 months years old. One child that stood out to me showed signs of being overly attached to the teacher. Her name is Miyah and she just turned one years old. The teacher stated that Miyah would be transitioning to T1 (Toddlers who are 1 years old) because she was the oldest infant in the classroom. She also expressed that Miyah would have difficulty in T1 because

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    The child I observed was a seven-year-old girl in Year 2 who sat on the second highest ability table in a mixed class. While not in school, she lived a substantial distance away meaning she travelled to and from school by car and was often the first child to arrive in the morning and the last to leave in the afternoon. I will focus on the social and emotional development of this child who, from now onwards, will be referred to as C. I carried out two types of observation: these being narrative observation

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    Children are complicated beings and the development of each differs from one another. Observing a child is an amazing experience because we learn how children interact and perceive the world around them. In my observation, I will be observing my sister who is 3 years old. My observation was done over a 4-week period via facetime, where I could monitor and observe her without her knowing that I was there. I will be examining her cognitive, physical, language and social-emotional development. Alxyandra

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    Child Observation Essay

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    For this assignment, I chose to interview the daughter of a friend. Sarah is three years old, and she was observed while interacting with kids that ranged in age from one year to almost seven years old. I did the observation in their home to ensure Sarah felt comfortable and relaxed to acquire a more accurate assessment of her temperament. I spoke to Sarah’s mom, Shelly, about different aspects of her temperament and personality. Her mom described Sarah as “busy and happy”. She described Sarah as

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    I observed Mrs. Linscott’s classroom with three year olds at the East Lansing Child Development Laboratory. Along with the children, there were a few adults to help in the class. I focused on seven main things while observing the children. First, I focused on one child for 15 minutes and took note of their motor, language, and social development. The second thing I observed was how the adults in the classroom interacted with the children. Third, I payed attention to the children’s emotional development

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    Observation The act of observation is a very important way of doing social research. It is a natural way of observing people in the public or any environmental setting without interrupting their activities. The data and facts created through the eyes of participant observation are qualitative and reliable. I was asked to conduct the observation in two public places and here are the findings of my observations. People are not aware and conscious about being observed in public which also add to collect

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    For the developmental observation assignment we were asked to observe children in their naturalistic environment. For my location, I chose Chuck E. Cheese’s because I felt as though this environment is large enough for a variety of perspectives. I will also discuss what all I perceived during my hour observing and what I learned that I didn’t know before. Also, what the children did during this time, their social development, and any cognitive development that was observed. Concluding with how this

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    I conducted my observation on October 9, 2016 at my aunt 's house for my cousin 's birthday party, in Antioch, CA. I was sitting in a chair and also in a jumper observing my little cousin Natasha as she was jumping in the jumper. She is 6 years and is in first grade. At six years old, a child will start to exhibit a wide range of physical skills. Some may show natural athleticism while others will work on accomplishing simple skills. This all starts with the child’s physical development. While I

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    Child Observation Essay

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    I arrived at the nursery gates late for my first observation, which was not a positive reflection of me. I composed myself then rang the doorbell, the gate unlocked and made my way through the playground toward the reception area. I was greeted by and unfamiliar face that introduced themselves as the manager, then Introduced myself and what I was here to do and whose room I would be in. She asked me which child I would be observing and what room she then escorted me to the room. We walked toward

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