The development of children

The development of children

Description: INSTRUCTIONS: PAPER This paper will allow you the opportunity to apply the information that you have learned in class to the areala

world. Given your
new expertise in developmental psychology, a magazine (of your choice!) has asked you to write an article for the November issue. The editors want

you
to convey scientific information to a lay audience (i.e., people who have never taken a developmental psychology class before). Choose one of the
following assignments: Many parents complain about the aterrible twos.a Describe the key biological, social, and behavioural changes that occur

around
the age of 2. Discuss the negative and positive aspects of the developing competencies at this age in order to help parents see their childrenas
behaviours as more than simply aterribleé Be sure to support your arguments with material presented in lectures, the textbook, and other sources that
you find. The magazine article should be no longer than five double-spaced pages with 1-inch margins written in 12-point Times New Roman font. You
must use APA style when referencing and have a reference section at the end, but you do not have to adhere to any of the other arulesa of APA (e.g.,
running heads, manuscript headers, etc.). Both content and creativity will be rewarded, so you are encouraged to consult other magazines to see how
articles are written. Marking Key- Essay Option# 2 Many parents complain about the aterrible twos.a Describe the key biological, social, and

behavioural
changes that occur around the age of 2. Discuss the negative and positive aspects of the developing competencies at this age in order to help parents

see
their childrenas behaviours as more than simply aterribleé Each point will be marked using the following scale: 0 = Missing; 1 = Marginal; 2 =

Adequate;
3 = Good; 4 = Very good; 5 = Outstanding Spelling, punctuation, and grammar Writing style and organization APA Format References in the paper
Reference section Quality of Thought Strength of arguments Originality and creativity Biological Development Explanation of competencies Description

of
negative aspects of competencies Description of positive aspects of competencies Social Development Explanation of competencies Description of
negative aspects of competencies Description of positive aspects of competencies Behavioural Development Explanation of competencies Description of
negative aspects of competencies Description of positive aspects of competencies