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Ch 4: GACE Health Education: Social Development & Sense of Self

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Develop your understanding of social development and sense of self by using the fun video lessons and quizzes in this chapter. You will review and perhaps learn new concepts that can help you score well on the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) exam.

GACE Health Education: Social Development and Sense of Self - Chapter Summary

No matter if you're in your living room or traveling by train, you can check out our convenient lessons at any time of day or night. The videos, which are about five minutes long, are led by passionate professionals who detail topics related to social influences and maturity. The videos can be viewed easily on your phone, tablet or laptop and include key concepts such as:

  • Differentiating between self-understanding and self-concept
  • The development of self-view in early childhood
  • Influences on self-esteem
  • Social issues influencing childhood development
  • Peer relationships and friendship patterns in middle childhood
  • The effects of social issues on middle childhood development
  • The impact of peers and schools on adolescent development

Written transcripts also provide you with important terms and with a quick reference to look over again later. Some transcripts include live links that provide further information on the topics.

Objectives of the GACE Health Education: Social Development and Sense of Self Chapter

The GACE seeks to measure the knowledge of prospective Health and Physical Education instructors with state and national standards through a series of two tests. Concepts covered in this Social Development and Sense of Self chapter are on the mental and emotional health/sexual health part of Test I. There are 100 total selected-response questions on Test I, and approximately 70 questions relate to mental and emotional health/sexual health.

7 Lessons in Chapter 4: GACE Health Education: Social Development & Sense of Self
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Self-Understanding & Self-Concept: How We Perceive Ourselves

1. Self-Understanding & Self-Concept: How We Perceive Ourselves

Answering the question 'Who am I?' can lead to a solid self-concept and self-understanding. Watch this lesson to find out more about the difference in these two things, as well as the factors that go into each of them.

Sense of Self and Self-Socialization: The Development of Self-Views

2. Sense of Self and Self-Socialization: The Development of Self-Views

In this lesson, we will explore the sense of self, self-socialization, and the two social scientists who contributed to this field. We will examine Charles Cooley's theory of the Looking-Glass Self and George Herbert Mead's stages of play, game, and generalized other.

Social Development of Children: Self-Esteem

3. Social Development of Children: Self-Esteem

The social development of children has a strong influence on self-esteem. In this lesson, we will explore the way children feel about themselves and look into several ways caretakers can improve a child's self-esteem.

Social Issues that Impact Early Childhood Development

4. Social Issues that Impact Early Childhood Development

Young children are growing and changing every day as part of early childhood development. But what happens when issues get in the way of development? Watch this video for more information on how divorce and parental substance abuse can affect children.

Peer Relationships in Middle Childhood

5. Peer Relationships in Middle Childhood

As children grow, they become more independent of their parents and turn to their peers more often. In this lesson, we'll examine children's evolving concepts of friendship, peer group norms, social conformity, and social comparison.

Social Issues in Middle Childhood & Their Effects on Development

6. Social Issues in Middle Childhood & Their Effects on Development

Children grow and develop in many ways. But sometimes issues at home or school can get in the way of development. In this lesson, we'll look at some issues that might contribute to developmental problems in a child's life.

Peers, Schools, and Adolescent Development

7. Peers, Schools, and Adolescent Development

Adolescence is a time of change for most people. In this lesson, we'll look at the changes that occur in adolescence, including why peer groups become so important to teenagers and how school affects development.

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