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Word Scramble
Description

animistic
centration
egocentrism
pragmatics
scaffolding
sociodramatic play
ordinality
metacognition
overregularization
recasts
syntactic bootstrapping
head start
literacy
memory
recognition
recall
attention
conservation
preoperational
planning

Chapter 9 (Cognitive Development in Early Childhood) Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Phonological Awareness
Emergent Literacy
Metagognition
Overlapping-Waves Thoery
Scripts
Episodic Memory
Memory Strategies
Planning
Vygotsky
Guided Participation
Scaffolding
Intersubjectivity
Private Speech
Logical Thought
Irreversibility
Centration
Conservation
Animistic Thinking
Egocentric Thinking
Dual Representation
Imaginary Companions
Piaget
Sociodramatic Play
Make Believe Play
Preoperational Stage

Cognitive Development Word Search

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Word Search
Description

imaginary audience
formal operational stage
seriation
concrete operational stage
conservation
centration
animism
egocentrism
preoperational stage
operations
object permanence
sensorimotor stage
equilibrium
orgainization
accommodations
assimilation
schemes

Early Childhood Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Piaget theory where children begin to use symbols to represent objects and events in their environment Preoperational
Centring attention on one aspect of an object and the neglecting of any other features Centration
Ability to group objects with some similarities within a larger category Classification
Parenting style where parents are demanding and immediate obedience is the most desirable trait in a child Authoritarian
Parenting style where parents respond to their child's needs and wishes Authoritative
Parenting style where parents have a tolerant and accepting view of their children's behaviour Permissive
Care outside of the home Daycare
Biological maleness of femaleness Sex
Social/psychological aspects of being male or female Gender
Activity people engage in because they enjoy t for its own sake Play
A language irregularity in which children apply a word in a broad manner to objects that do not fit Overextension
Children's strict application of language rules they have learned Overregularization
The systemic use of support to assist a child in his or her performance on a given task Scaffolding
Memory strategy that enables obtaining info from memory. Includes recognition and recall Retrieval
Mnemonic strategy that describes a person repeating target info Rehearsal

Early Childhood Development Crossword

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Crossword
Description

the early childhood years are? challenging
allows young children to organize their attention and actions prefrontal cortex
what motor skills use the large muscles? gross
what motor skills use the small muscle of the hands and fingers? fine
process that influences skills such as hand-eye coordination myelination
a major force that interacts to influence physical development genetic elements
what kind of development theory was Piaget known for? cognitive
what are children seen as during unoccupied play? observers
when children show a preference for one hand over the other, this illustrates brain ? lateralization
how many stages was Erikson's Psychological Theory of Development based off of? eight
in Maslow's hierarchy of needs which hierarchy involves food, water, shelter, sleep, exercise, and sex? Physiological
what kind of thinking allows young children to understand that people can make things happen? precausal
what kind of thinking is the tendency to endow inanimate objects with life and consciousness? animistic
what instructional method brings a child's imagination closer to reality? roleplay
what theorist considers initiative versus guilt as a stage in early childhood development? erikson
recognition that objects and events exist even when they can't be seen, heard, or touches: object ? permanence

PIAGET COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Word Search

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Word Search
Description

egocentrism
conservation
accommodation
disequilibrium
equilibrium
assimilation
sensorimotor
preoperational
concrete operations
Formal operations

Chapter 9 Vocab Crossword

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Crossword
Description

teachers structure childrens learning, teaching letters, colors, shapes, and other skills through formal lessons, often using repetition and drill Academic Programs
The breif that inanimate objects have lifelike qualities, such as thoughts, wishes, feelings, and intentions Animistic Thinking
That the last number in a counting sequence indicates the quanity of items in the set Cardinality
order relationships between quanities Ordinality
teachers provide activities from which children select, and much learning takes place through play Child-centered program
connect new works with their underlying concepts after only a brief encounter fast mapping
the assumpition that words refer to entirely seperate catigories mutual exclusivity bias
observing how words are used in syntax, of the structure of sentences syntactic bootstrapping
once children acquire these markets, they sometimes overextend the rules to words that are exceptions overregularization
spans the years 2 t 7, the most obvious change is an extraordinary increase in representational, or symbolic, activity preoperational stage
the make-believe with others that is under way by the end of the second year and that increases rapidly in complexity during eatly childhood sociodramatic play
viewing a symbolic object as both an object in its own right and symbol dual representation
failure to distinguish the symbolic viewpoints of others from ones own egocentrism
the belief that inanimate objects have lifelike qualities, such as thoughts, wishes, feelings, and intentions animistic thinking
refers to the idea that certain physical characteristics of objects remain the same, even when their outward appearence changes conservation
they focus one aspect of a cituation, neglecting other important features centration
an inability to mentally go through a series of steps in a problem and then reverse direction irreversibility
the organization of objects into classes and subclasses on the basis of similarities and differences hierarchical classification
childs self-directed speech private speech
process by which two participants who begin a task with different inderstandings arrive at a shared understanding intersubjectivity
adjusting the support offered during a teaching session to fit the childs urrent level of performance scaffolding
a broader concept than scaffolding, it refers to shared endeavors between more expert and less expert participants guided participation
thinking out a sequence of acts ahead of time and allocating attention accordingly to reach a goal planning
deliberate mental activities that improve our chances of remembering memory strategies
your memory for everyday experiences episodic memory

Lifespan Development Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Changes in the body & brain Physical development
Learning, Memory,& Creativity Cognitive development
Emotion, personality, & social relationships Psychosocial development
Three domains: Physical, Cognitive, & Psychosocial Normative approach
Children developing at different rates Developmental milestone
Cumulative process, improving on existing skills. Continuous development
Occurs at specific times or ages Discontinuous
Biology & Genetics Nature
Environment & Culture Nurture
Freud's Stages Psychosexual Development
Social nature of development Psychosocial Development
Concepts used to categorize and interpret information schemata
Birth - 2 year old Sensorimotor Stage
Between 5 - 8 months developed object permanence
2 - 7 years of age Preoperational Stage
Change the appearance of something Conservation
Not able to make perspective's of others. egocentrism
Known as the 3rd stage Concrete Operational Stage
Objects can be changed and then returned back to the original object. Reversibility
Age 11 - Adulthood. Formal Operational Stage
Reviewing peoples responses. Stages of moral reasoning

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

TERATOGENS
FETUS
ACCOMODATION
ASSIMILATION
CONSERVATION
ADOLESCENCE
SPERMARCHE
MENARCHE
MENOPAUSE
IDENTITY
PUBERTY
ATTACHMENT
TEMPERAMENT
SCAFFOLDING
EGOCENTRISM
SCHEMA

Early Childhood Development Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the early years of childhood are_______ for both children and the parent challenging
allows young children to organise their attention and actions prefrontalcortex
what motor skills use the large muscles e.g legs gross
what motor skills use the small muscles e.g hands & fingers fine
process that influences skills such as hand-coordination myelination
what kind of theory was Piaget known for? cognitive
what are children seen as during unoccupied play observers
what kind of thinking allows children to understand that people can make things happen precausal
what method of play helps develop a child's sense of imagination get closer to reality roleplay
recognition that objects exist when they can't be seen, heard, or touches physiological
the state in life where you are youthful and still developing childhood
a part of life when a new stage begins and situations change according to age development
when feelings and circumstances change according to what situation they come across emotions
the process by which speech/talking is used to get a message across language
it is when general activity or bustle is made and when something is changed movement
when there is a relational or civil response social
what theorist considers initiative versus guilt as a stage in early childhood development? erikson
In cognitive psychology, the principle that properties of substances such as weight and mass remain the same when superficial characteristics such as their shapes or arrangement are changed conservation
Vygotsky's term for temporary cognitive structures or methods of solving problems that help the child as he or she learns to function independently scaffolding
Vygotsky's concept of the ultimate binding of language and thought inner speech
it is the ability to recognize what someone else is feeling and being able to put yourself in their shoes and match their state of emotion empathy
when there is authoritative or permissive actions taken on a child by a related being to the child parenting

Human Growth and Development Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Acceptance
Adolescence
Affection
Alzheimer's disease
Anger
Anorexia nervosa
Arteriosclerosis
Bargaining
Bulimia
Chemical abuse
Cognitive
Compensation
Daydreaming
Defense mechanism
Denial
Depression
Development
Displacement
Early adulthood
Early childhood
Emotional
Esteem
Growth
Hospice
Infancy
Late adulthood
Late childhood
Life stages
Mental
Middle adulthood
Motivated
Needs
Physiological needs
Puberty
Right to die
Safety
Satisfaction
Self-actualization
Social
Suppression