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Btech National Diployma life stages Pass 3

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Life Stages Pass 3 Describe the influences of two predictable and twp unpredictable major life events on the development of the individual. With reference to the case study of Jason describe the influences of two predictable and two unpredictable major life events that have influenced his development. In this assignment I am going to discuss the influences of two predictable and two predictable and two unpredictable major life events on the development of an individual specifically relating to Jason. Life events are often turning points in peoples' lives. Some are predictable, such as starting school: others are unpredictable, such as being made redundant. I am going to start off by discussing two unpredictable events in Jason's life: Divorce Jason's parents divorced when he was eight years old, he still had a lot of growing up to do at this point in his life. Jason's emotional health will have been affected the most. Jason will have gone through a mixture of emotions during this time of his life. ...read more.

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Jason would also find it hard to trust people as he was picked on in school due to his asthma. Jason may feel low on confidence due to his chronic asthma this in affect can also bring down his self-esteem. He may also find it hard to believe in himself and to motivate himself. This will all have an effect on his emotional well-being. Also because he may find it hard to socialise with people and make new friendships he may also feel low about this situation. Jason's physical development may also have been affected by his asthma as it limited his sport playing ability and the length of time he could play sports for. This may have delayed the growth of Jason's muscles. There is no direct link between Jason's asthma and his intellectual development. However due to Jason having low self esteem and feeling low in confidence his school work may have suffered due to this reason. I am now going to discuss two predictable events in Jason's life and the effects they may have had: Starting school Starting school can be distressing for some people. ...read more.

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I am now going to discuss the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development Jason would face depending on the choices he takes. If Jason decides to attend university his intellectual development will increase as he will be learning new skills. His confidence may also build as he will be studying a subject he enjoys and is good at. If he decides to go into full time employment he will have to learn new routines therefore advancing his intellectual development and making him more confident as a person. Jason social development would improve vastly as he would be meeting so many new people in university and they would help to improve his self- confidence and he may also finally feel accepted. If he went into full time employment he would also be meeting new people and may also build on his self esteem. If Jason attending university he may feel nervous at the start about meeting new people but as he settles in he will feel more comfortable and confident with himself. The situation would be similar in a work place. ?? ?? ?? ?? Emma Mc Mahon Pass 3 First Draft ...read more.

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