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During first grade, Mariana changes dramatically. She becomes taller and stronger. She learns sight words and phonics, math facts, and science and social studies concepts. She solves problems more effectively and is able to examine many different aspects of a task at one time. She learns the conventions of school - to say "please" and "thank you" for example - and to raise her hand when she wishes to talk. She can understand others' viewpoints better and can "put herself in the shoes" of a peer. She can identify and name specific feelings, such as anger, surprise, and sadness, and use appropriate words to describe these emotions. Which areas of development, described above, are examples of quantitative change? Which are qualitative? Write an essay in which you clearly differentiate the qualitative and quantitative aspects of this child's development.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Students should note that the following areas of development are largely quantitative, because they relate to increases in knowledge, ability, or physical size: growing taller and stronger, learning facts and concepts in school, learning social conventions, and learning the names of emotions. Students should note that the following areas of development are qualitative, because they have to do with changes in the nature or quality of thinking and interacting with others: problem solving, understanding others' viewpoints better, understanding and expressing varied emotions.
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