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1

Proverbs 22:6

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it

2

Middle of Childhood changes

Bone
Muscle
Fat
Teeth
Prepubertive growth spurt
height & weight

3

Physical growth is slow but _______

steady

4

School-aged children grow on average

2-3 inches/ year

5

This is the only time during the life span when girls are on average _____________ than boys

taller

6

By age 11 the average girl is

4ft 10inches

7

The average 11 year old boy is

4 ft 9 1/2 inches

8

During middle childhood both boys and girls gain how many pounds per year

5-9lbs

9

Height & Weight variations can be affected by 2 things

poor nutrition
racial or ethnic background

10

Motor skills that show improvement

strength
flexibility
impulsion
speed
precision
coordination
balance
rhythm

11

Eating habits and appetites improve as children engage in more demanding physical activities what percentage of school age children are obese

17%

12

What continues to be the leading cause of death for school age children

accidents

13

ODD is what kind of disorder

conduct

14

What is ODD

Oppositions Defiant Disorder

15

Approximately how mandy school age children are diagnosed with ODD

15%

16

What is the cause of ODD

unknown

17

How is ODD treated

therapy
parent training

18

What is the capacity to understand the world, think rationally, and use resources effectively when faced with challenges

Intelligence

19

Who pioneered efforts in intelligence testing left 3 important legacies

Alfred Binet

20

3 important legacies that Alfred Binet left

1. defined intelligence pragmatically as that which he test measured
2. Intelligence tests should be reasonable indicators of school success
3. He inverted the concept of IQ, intelligence quotient a measure of intelligence that takes into account a student's mental and chronological age

21

What is the typical intelligence level found for people at a given chronological age

Mental Age

22

What is the actual age of a child taking the intelligence test

Chronological or Physical Age

23

What is a test that consists of a series of items that vary according to the age of the person being tested

Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale

24

What is a test for children that provides separate measures of verbal and performance (nonverbal) skills as well as a total schore

Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised (WAISS-III)

25

Who developed the triarchi theory of intelligence

Robert Sternberg

26

What is the Triarchi Theory of Intelligence

that intelligence consists of 3 aspects of information processing:
componetics expermitive and contextual

27

What is growing but at a slow pace during early childhood

vocabulary

28

The rules that indicate how words and phrases can be combined to form sentances grows during childhood. is what

Childrens understanding of syntax

29

What helps children control their behavior

Language

30

Who become more competent in their use of pragmatics the rules governing the use of language to communicate in a social context

Children