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Human Growth and Development Word Search

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Acceptance
Adolescence
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Alzheimer's disease
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Bargaining
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Cognitive
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Development
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Growth and Development Word Search

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physical
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Adulthood
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Growth

life stages Word Search

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developments
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conception

Expository Writing Crossword

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Description

informative writing EXPOSITORY
The main idea of your essay CENTRAL IDEA
A smaller topic you will discuss relating to your theme SUBTOPIC
Find accurate info. on your topic RESEARCH
A collectionion of reliable info. DATABASE
Phrases or words that connects one idea to anither TRANSITIONS
Further explain your idea ELABORATION
Rewording something in your own words PARAPHRASE
Copying someone else's published work PLAGIARISM
A way to briefly record your topic and subtopic OUTLINE
Information that is connected to your topic RELEVANT
A statement that tells about your topic THESIS
To critically ecamine a subject ANALYSE
The opening to your essay INTRODUCTION
Wrap up and restate your essay CONCLUSION

revision Word Search

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emotional development Word Search

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Child Development Word Search

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Africana Studies Glossary Puzzle Word Search

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Chapter 8: Human Growth and Development Crossword

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birth to 1 year infancy
1-6 years early childhood
6-12 years late childhood
12-18 years adolescence
19-40 years early adulthood
40-65 years middle adulthood
65 years and older late adulthood
reasonable excuse for behavior to avoid the real reason rationalization
placing the blame for one's own actions rather than accepting responsibility for the actions projection
transferring feelings about one person to someone else displacement
substitution of one goal for another to achieve success compensation
dreamlike thought process that occurs when a person is awake daydreaming
transfer of unacceptable or painful ideas, feelings, and thoughts into the unconscious mind repression
similar to repression, but the individual is aware of the unacceptable feelings or thoughts and refuses to deal with them suppression
disbelief of an event or idea that is too frightening or shocking for a person to cope with denial
two main wats withdrawal can occur: individuals can either cease to communicate or remove themselves physically from a situation withdrawal

Language Arts Word Search

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