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									              HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BTEC First Certificate/Diploma

        Assignment Title: Human Development through the stages
Student Name                                          Teachers Name          Miss Harris

Unit                    6      Human Lifespan Development


                               Identify the key aspects of physical, intellectual, emotional and social
                       P1
                               development that takes place through the life stages.

Grading Criteria               Describe the key aspects of physical,
                               intellectual, emotional and social development
                       M1
                               that takes place through the life stages




Start date: 01/09/10

Completion Dates
P1 Task 1 – 22/11/10
M1 Task 2 - 22/11/10


Scenario
You have recently started working at a health magazine they has asked you to take part in an
information evening, which will result in your producing a series of booklets, leaflets and posters on
the stages of life. You will need to ensure you identify the key aspects of physical, intellectual,
emotional and social development that takes place across all stages of life. You will go onto describe
the key aspects of physical, intellectual, emotional and social development that takes place.


Task 1 (P1)
This task is concerned with the key aspects of development that take place through the life stages. To be
able to achieve this task you need to understand that people go through many changes during their life and
that these changes can be physical, intellectual, emotional and social. We can study the life span of a
person by looking at the changes that occur during all of the following life stages:
Birth and Infancy              0–3 years
Childhood                      4–10 years
Adolescence                    11–18 years
Adulthood                      19–65 years
Old age                        65 + years.
You need to identify the key aspects of physical, intellectual, emotional and social development that takes
place through the life stages listed above. (P1)

You might choose to carry out this task in a group where each group member takes one of the life stages
and illustrates the key stages of relevant growth and development on a poster. If you decide to do this
please make sure that you have your own evidence to include in your assignment.
Task 2 (M1)
Once you have identified the key stages of growth and development for each life stage you need to
describe each one as they take place through the life stages listed. This can be done in a detailed table or
booklet. (M1)




                HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BTEC First Certificate/Diploma

                       Assignment Title: Positive and Negative influences
Student Name                                           Teachers Name          Miss Harris

Unit                    6       Human Lifespan Development
                       P2       Identify the positive and negative influences on growth and
                                development.
Grading Criteria
                                Explain how growth and development at each
                        D1      life stage can be influenced positively and
                                negatively

Start date: 22/11/10

Completion Dates
P2 - Task 1 29/11/2011
D1 - Task 2 10/01/2011

Task 1 (P2)
Many factors can influence a person’s growth and development during any of the life stages. These
factors can have a positive or negative influence on that person’s growth and development. Some
factors that influence a person’s growth and development are expected (predictable) such as starting
school, leaving home and retirement, and some factors are unexpected such as redundancy and
serious injury.
You need to produce a booklet or information sheet to identify a range of positive and negative
influences on growth and development. (P2) You should cover socio-economic factors such as
income, housing, gender and discrimination, and a range of both predictable and unpredictable
events. You need to say whether the negative factors result in short, medium or long-term harm
being done to the person’s growth and/or development.

Task 2 (D1)
Continue your booklet or information sheet so that once you have identified the influences, you
then explain how growth and development can be influenced at each life stage both positively and
negatively. (D1)


                HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BTEC First Certificate/Diploma

                        Assignment Title: Self Esteem and Self Concept

Student Name                                           Teachers Name          Miss Harris

Unit                    6       Human Lifespan Development
                       P3
                               Identify factors that influence the individual’s self-concept

Grading Criteria               Describe how five different factors can
                       M3      influence the development of the individual’s
                               self-concept



Start date: 10/01/11

Completion Dates
P3 - Task 1 24/01/11
M3 - Task 2 14/02/11

Task 1 (P3)
Create a poster that identifies the factors that influence the individuals self concept. You need to
define self-image and self-esteem. (P3)

Task 2 (M3)
From the factors that you have identified that affect a persons self concept you need to choose
five and describe how they can influence the development of an individual’s self-concept. (M3)
This could be done as a table/ poster / leaflet / newspaper article


               HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE BTEC First Certificate/Diploma

                            Assignment Title: Changing Care Needs

Student Name                                          Teachers Name         Miss Harris

Unit                    6      Human Lifespan Development
                       P4      Explain potential differences in the care needs
                               of individuals at different life stages

                       M2      Explain how life events can affect the
Grading Criteria
                               development and care needs of individuals

                       D2      Explain how meeting individual care needs can improve the
                               individual’s self concept.

Start date: 14/02/10

Completion Dates
P4 - Task 1 21/03/11
M2 – Task 2 04/04/11
D2 - Task 3 09/05/11

Scenario
You are completing a range of work experience placements, one at a nursery school, one at a adult
learning disability centre, and one at a residential home for the elderly. Prior to this placement you
need to find out about the different kinds of needs individuals have at different ages in their life span.
You will realise that there are many different needs at the different life stages, understanding that foe
example a baby need may need different care from an elderly person. You should be able to link your
understanding of needs to how these individual needs if not meet could affect an individuals self
concept. Complete the following tasks in preparation for your work experience placements.

Task 1 (P4)
Produce an essay that shows how people have different care needs according to which life stage
they are in.
You need to explain potential differences in the care needs of individuals in different life stages.
You need to show your understanding of physical care needs such as active support, care
assessment and provision of care packages. You also need to explain issues around life stages such
as changing care needs at different life stages. (P4)
Task 2 (M2)
Produce a poster that explains how life events can affect the development and care needs of
individuals. (M2)

Task 3 (D2)
You then need to extend your essay to explain how meeting individual care needs can improve the
individual’s self-concept. (D2)




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