Types of Transition in Life of Children : Report

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Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................32.1 Identify common transitions and significant events that a child may experience............32.2 Discuss potential effects of transition and significant events on a child's life in all areas ofdevelopment...........................................................................................................................32.3Explain the role of the early years practitioner in:...........................................................4Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................5Reference.........................................................................................................................................62
IntroductionTransition is known as the changes which take place in the life of children. The changescan be occurred any time some have specific pattern and other are suddenly take place. Thepresent research is based on developing understanding related to the common transitions andsignificant events that a child may experience. Along with this effect of this transition onchildren development is also explained.2.1 Identify common transitions and significant events that a child may experienceChildren experience changes in their life with their growth as there are certain changesthat place. For example, taking admission in primary school, moving to secondary school etc.Along with this, some of them experience difference in circumstance from moving home or dueto separation of parents. These all changes are stated as transition because of any occurrence inwhich children need to deal with some difficulties and if there is any ill effect then it may beonly for sometimes. The flexibility of the child help in defining the way they moved from onechange to another (Bleidorn, Hopwood and Lucas, 2018). When children are well prepared thenany type of transition will be easier for them such as to move in the next stage of their life.Sometime children experience personal transition as dur to serious health needs and familyissues. However, these types of transition can be occurred at any stage, as not pattern arefollowed in it. Transition can be longer time or for short time. For instance, moving from oneclass to another which happen on particular time. There are some of the transition which are forlonger period of time such as facing any emotional and physical changes. Furthermore, a newbaby in the family is a challenge for the older siblings. It may be possible that older child maybehaving like aggressive or may feel alone.2.2 Discuss potential effects of transition and significant events on a child's life in all areas ofdevelopmentA child faces any transition in their life put some impact on their health. There are someof the transition which are not anticipated and it can easily cause distress and feeling of lack ofcontrol among them. Therefore, it leads to negatively impact the emotional and behavioursdevelopment. Further moving from primary school to secondary may create some type of fearand make them feel insecure. In children emotional distress lead to cause changes in their way ofbehaving. They may not be able to reflect their feeling and they may isolated themselves.3
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