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Adolosence

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Adolosence
during Adolescence some
Emotional
,
social Development
, and
Changes that affect behavior
will occur


You might notice that your child:


searching for identity: young people are busy working out who they are and where they fit in the world. This search can be influenced by gender, peer group, cultural background and family expectations


seeking more independence: this is likely to influence the decisions your child makes and the relationships your child has with family and friends


seeking more responsibility, both at home and at school


looking for new experiences: the nature of teenage brain development means that teenagers are likely to seek out new experiences and engage in more risk-taking behaviour. But they’re still developing control over their impulses


thinking more about ‘right’ and ‘wrong’: your child will start developing a stronger individual set of values and morals. Teenagers also learn that they’re responsible for their own actions, decisions and consequences. They question more things. Your words and actions shape your child’s sense of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’


influenced more by friends, especially when it comes to behaviour, sense of self and self-esteem


communicating in different ways: the internet, mobile phones and social media can significantly influence how your child communicates with friends and learns about the world.
2-the second stage is the Zygote formation

when the egg is fertilised we call it a Zygote. usually the Zygote has 48 chromosomes(23 from the mother, 23 from the father). in the Zygote formation we may have multiple birth. Multiple birth can happen in 2 different ways, one way is when the inner cell mass divides into 2, Zygote with 2 inner mass are usually identical twins. the other way is when more than one egg is released and each is fertilised by a different sperm., in this case we usually have fraternal twins.


Here are
some extra assets :
Before being born a Baby must go through four stages.

1-the first stage is Fertilisation,

when a sperm cell from males combines with an egg cell from the female we will have fertilisation.




Development Before Birth
Lana AL-Turkestani
3-The third stage is the Embryo.

when the Zygote attaches to the uterus till the end of the eighth month we will have an Embryo. during this stage the Brain, Heart, Fingers, Toes, Circulatory System, Bones, Reproductive system, Ears, and the Eyelids will develop.


4-The last stage is the Fetus.

between the 9th week until birth the baby is called a Fetus. at this stage the Fetus Organs begin to function, it Grow in size, its Arms and legs will start moving, Bones fully develop, Lungs mature, It can respond to sounds, And its heart beats can be heard.
Adolescence
Adolescence
is a period of growth, where both males and females grow taller as muscles and bones continue to grow. During Adolescence, The reproductive system mature in a process called Puberty. Just as hormones are important for the menstrual cycle and for birth, Hormones cause changes that occur during puberty.

This stage of development happens in range of age from 10 to 19 years old.For
girls
, you might start to see early physical changes from about 10 or 11 years, but they might start as young as 8 years or as old as 13 years. Physical changes around puberty include:



breast development


changes in body shape and height


growth of pubic and body hair


the start of periods (menstruation).
For
boys
, physical changes usually start around 11 or 12 years, but they might start as young as 9 years or as old as 14 years. Physical changes include:


changes in body shape and height


growth of body and facial hair


changes to voice.
Emotional changes
You might notice that your child:


shows strong feelings and intense emotions at different times. Moods might seem unpredictable. These emotional ups and downs can lead to increased conflict. Your child’s brain is still learning how to control and express emotions in a grown-up way


is more sensitive to your emotions: young people get better at reading and processing other people’s emotions as they get older. While they’re developing these skills, they can sometimes misread facial expressions or body language


is more self-conscious, especially about physical appearance and changes. Teenage self-esteem is often affected by appearance – or by how teenagers think they look. As they develop, children might compare their bodies with those of friends and peers


goes through a ‘bulletproof’ stage of thinking and acting as if nothing bad could happen to him. Your child’s decision-making skills are still developing, and your child is still learning about the consequences of actions.
Social Changes
Changes that affect behavior
when parents have a fight or they are divorced the child during the stage of development (Adolescence) may have some changes in behavior because of Domestic violence. so the child might get into Depression with his social life.

Vocabulary
noun: domestic violence

1- violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner.


noun: Puberty

2- the period during which adolescents reach sexual maturity and become capable of reproduction.
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