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The Young Child in Context
- Author: M.W. de Witt
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- Country of origin: South Africa Dispatched within 24 hours (1 working day)
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- M.W. de Witt
- VAN SCHAIK
- 2nd ed
- Table of Contents:
- Development from birth to the age of seven; becoming the young child; learning, bodiliness; development of the nervous system; perception and motor functions; language and speech develoopment; child's questions; acquisition of an identity; play; characteristics of giftedness; stress; school readiness; disciplinne as part of the act of education; task of the preprimary teacher; socialisation; impact of day care; sex role identification; influence of mass media and recreation; urbanisation and the informal housing sector; enviromental deprivation.
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This book was bought as a gift for a friend and she is using it in her studies. She was quite excited about it and it seems it was what she needed.
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