VI Six to Ten Years

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. Physical milestones B. Nutritional guidelines C. Safety and wellness D. Impact of social factors on learning E. Stages of emotional development F. Child abuse and prevention G. Family structure changes H. Brain structure 1. Optimizing developmental stages 2. Addressing special needs. I. Major theorists J. Explanation of major theories using real world examples K. Critique of major theories L. Use of theory to predict and explain individual and group behavior and guidance techniques

  • (5) The student understands the development of children ages six through ten years.
    • (A) analyze the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development of children in the early to middle childhood stage of development
    • (B) analyze various developmental theories relating to children in the early to middle childhood stage of development
    • (C) discuss the influences of the family and society on children in the early to middle childhood stage of development
    • (D) summarize strategies for optimizing the development of children in the early to middle childhood stage of development, including those with special needs
    • (E) determine techniques that promote the health and safety of children in the early to middle childhood stage of development
    • (F) determine developmentally appropriate guidance techniques for children in the early to middle childhood stage of development

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