Answer the questions listed under each assignment, citing specific examples from your child. Type up the answers in 12 point font, double-spaced, with a recommended 2-4- page length for each assignment. Add the questions and then the answers to the document. Check the rubric and examples to make sure you what is required.
3 years, 11 months
1. What activities and experiences you and your child have engaged in might be promoting healthy behavioral practices and an interest in physical activity?
2. Describe the development of your childâ€™s language and cognitive skills and discuss how these might be affecting his or her interactions with you & your responses.
3. How well is your child adapting to social situations in the home and outside the home? Does your child have any behavior or emotional problems at this point? Why do you think these problems are occurring and what are you doing about them? –
4 years, 10 months
1. How would you characterize your parenting style? How have your specific parenting techniques changed since infancy? In what ways do you think your parenting style, or any other aspect of your parenting, has been influenced by your cultural background or other experiences?
2. Describe three specific examples of changes in your childâ€™s behavior at age 4 that seem to stem from growth in cognitive and language ability since the period of infancy (e.g., improvements in symbolic thinking, reasoning, knowledge of the world, theory of mind).
3. How would you characterize your childâ€™s personality? Would you say that your child is primarily overcontrolled, under controlled or resilient? Support your argument. The program stated at the beginning of age three that the Virtual Childâ€™s behavior at age 3 and 4 is designed to resemble one of three personality types. The personality types combine some of the temperamental traits with which you are already familiar. The overcontrolled category refers to a child who is cooperative and follows the rules, but is shy in social situations and anxious and clingy under pressure. The under controlled category refers to a child who is uncooperative or even aggressive, does not follow the rules, is not particularly shy in social situations, and has a tendency to become distracted and overly emotional, particularly when under stress. The resilient category refers to a child who is cooperative and follows the rules, is friendly, non-aggressive and outgoing, able to focus on tasks without being too distracted, has good regulation of his or her emotions, and is adaptable to new situations.