Basically what I need you to do for me is write a paper 5 pages about some readings from these books Berger, K.  The Developing Person through the Life Span. [10th Edition] [ chaper 1 to 7. Crain, W.  The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children: Insights from a Farm Sanctuary [ Chapter 1 and 2 ] Hammond, R. A. . Respecting Babies: A New Look at Magda Gerber’s RIE
Approach [ Chapter 1 and 2] I will send you a vignette and you will have to make connections between the vignette with the readings and the theories. you can add experiences, examples and your point of view. take a look at the rubric and follow the high expectations that are there I will also intro summary and conclusion all up to 5 pages . I would like to use Vignette 3.
EDCE2100K: Developmental Issues in Early Childhood
Developmental Stage Paper #1 – The First 2 Years
In 5 pages, write about ONE of the attached vignettes. As you consider what might be going on, be sure to describe the important developmental achievements of the First 2YearsONLY and why you think they are important. Then, address how the child embodies and/or challenges what we would typically expect from a child of their age based on developmental theory informed by your experiences and observations. In light of this foundation, hypothesize about how you think the child, from their perspective, in the vignette might be experiencing the world and why. Explicitly consider the ways in which children’s development in the First 2 Years is shaped by their intersecting identities of race, class, gender, culture, language and ability/disability.
Required Parts of the Paper Assembled in this Order
- Cover Page– Include your name, date, course number, course assignment, and optional title.
- Developmental Stage Summary Chart – [DO THIS FIRST] Summarize the stage theorists you read [in your own words] to understand development in The First 2 YearsONLY. You must include Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson,Sigmund Freud and John Bowlby. Create a table in Word for this chart on one separate page. The chart can be single spaced.
- Introduction—Describe the important developmental achievements of The First 2Years ONLY. Be sure to attend to the emergence of young children’s intersecting identities. Use your Developmental Stage Summary Chart for support.
- Vignette Interpretations—Interpret your chosen vignette based on your introduction; offer hypotheses about how you think the child in the vignette is experiencing the world and why. Discuss what you think might be going on for the child in the vignette and why, situated within the child’s sociocultural context supported with evidence from the readings and your fieldwork observations.
- Summary and Conclusion – Summarize the main points in your paper and come to a ‘resting point’ in your thinking about how the child MIGHT be experiencing the situation described in the vignette. Say what you think and why you think it.
- Bibliography – Use APA citation style throughout the paper and bibliography. Use at least 1 bibliographic reference for each page of writing. [See https://apastyle.apa.org]
- Developmental Stage Paper Criteria—Attach the criteria as the last page of your assignment packet and grade your own paper[see page 3] before you submit it via email in a Word document only.
Required Format for Papers
1” margins; double-spacing and 12-point Arial, Helvetica or New Times Roman font. Your name must appear on upper right corner of each page in a typed header, including the first page. Each page needs to be numbered, using the page number insert function. Use the accomplished criteria on page 3 as a guide when writing your paper. Once you are finished, use the criteria to grade yourself before you submit your paper via email in Wordonly.
Vignettes [Choose ONE]
Vignette #1 – James, [7 months old] A young couple adopted a 7-week old boy, James. The couple lives in the city and has had a yellow Labrador retriever for many years. Now, at 7 months, they take James and the dog out for walks, wheeling him around in a small, open stroller. One day, after one of these walks, while waiting for the elevator in their apartment building, the dog poked its head into the stroller to take a closer look at James. James turned, eyes wide and looked back at the dog.
Vignette #2 – Lilly, [9 months old] Lilly is 9 months old and an only child. Her parents, grandparents and great-grandparents surround her with love, care and support. Weekends are filled with extended family. Lilly is an easy going, happy baby who grows stronger and more active every day. Lilly began to laugh, babble, walk and talk so fast! Looking at her, it’s hard for her parents and grandparents to remember a time without her. She rarely cries and is willing to let herself be soothed by an adult of her choice when she was hurt, sad or frustrated. Lilly attends a high-quality child-care center on-site at her parents’ high school. Money was tight so Lilly’s mom, Jill, got a job after school while her dad, Liam, took care of her. Sometimes Lilly has a play date and other times it’s just Lilly and her dad. Liam and Lilly wind down their afternoon with clean-up and a story. By the time Jill arrives, Lilly has had her bath, dinner is ready, and they all eat together.
Vignette #3: Tiffany, [18 months old] A long-time, happily married couple was surprised by pregnancy. After a healthy, closely monitored pregnancy, the couple had a baby girl, Tiffany. At 18 months, Tiffany is a happy, engaging and active little girl with 3 older siblings ages 26, 16 and 9. Despite the family’s joy and excitement over their new addition, the parents have become increasingly concerned because Tiffany isn’t talking yet, no words at all.