• CH 1 Project: Developmental Timeline

     
    • Objectives:
    • 1.        To become familiar with behaviors and milestones related to the FIVE DOMAINS OF DEVELOPMENT: Physical,           Cognitive, Social, Emotional, and Moral.
    • 2.        To notice differences in development. No child fits the textbook exactly. Every person is unique.
    • 3.        To learn about self and others.
       
    • Directions:
    • ·         The timeline must be exactly 12 inches x 12 inches (paper provided). It must begin with your birth and end at the age you are today.
    •        The stages you must include are: INFANT/TODDLER (Birth - 2yrs), CHILDHOOD (3-11yrs), and ADOLESCENCE (12- your current age.
    • ·        The timeline must plot DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES from each DOMAIN of development, for each STAGE of development.  Again, the stages you must include are: INFANT/TODDLER, CHILDHOOD, and ADOLESCENCE. List one milestone from physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and moral development for each of the three stages. This means you must have a MINIMUM of 15 milestones described on your poster.
    • ·        You must TYPE and LABEL each stage, as well as the domain milestones. In addition, each milestone MUST LIST THE AGE you were when you reached the milestone. (Example: During the Infant/Toddler stage, at 10 months of age, I learned to crawl, which is a physical development milestone.' Your timeline project MUST BE TYPED IN D1.
    • ·         Your timeline must feature YOUR FIRST & LAST NAMES on the front of the poster, plus at least 1 photo.  The photo can be your ID photo, a selfie, or a pic from when you were a baby/toddler/child. Print in color in D1. Your name can be handwritten, but must be prominent and written with Sharpie marker.
    • ·        Timeline poster is due at the beginning of the period on the due date.
    •        Extra credit for students who present completed timelines to the whole class on the due date only. Late projects and students absent on due date may not present for extra credit. 
           
     
    CH 1 sample project