The Interrelationships of Developmental Domains


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A child is born with a hearing disability and was delayed in learning to speak. This is an example of the impact of physical development on which of the following developmental domains?

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1. A child has trouble understanding how to interact with peers and struggles to understand lessons taught in a group setting. This is an example of the impact of cognitive development on which of the following developmental domains?

2. A child has few opportunities to interact with other students outside their family and so they have not learned appropriate ways to express their feelings. This is an example of the impact of social development on which of the following developmental domains?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

With this quiz/worksheet, you can assess yourself on the interrelationships of developmental domains. The quiz will highlight important concepts from the lesson, such as the domain that's impacted by a physical development like a hearing disability and the domain impacted by a cognitive development like difficulty interacting with peers.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

See whether you know which domain is impacted in the following examples:

  • Social development where a child doesn't interact with others much
  • Severe emotional disabilities that manifest as aggressive behavior
  • Language development where a nonverbal child has trouble making friends

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of hearing disabilities and connect it to the developmental domain impacted when a child has a speech delay
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a cognitive development issue where a student is having trouble relating to peers
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions on the developmental domain impacted in sample scenarios, like for a student who has severe emotional disabilities and acts aggressively toward peers

Additional Learning

If you want to continue learning about developmental domains, you can review the lesson named The Interrelationships of Developmental Domains. Here are some of the main topics you'll be exploring:

  • Developmental level of the cognitive development domain
  • Experiences that children gain from schooling
  • Importance of connecting with others during development