Write a short description of the child being observed, i.e., name, age, and physical attributes.

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Middle Childhood 8-10 year old 1. Observe and meet with a child 8-10 years of age. Since they know how to answer questions you can interview them if you would like. Write a short description of the child being observed, i.e., name, age, and physical attributes. Include a description of the environment where the observation is taking place with your description of the child. There is a three sentence maximum length for description. Written Observation Responses . . . A minimum of one full page typed on one side of the paper Size 12 Times New Roman font 1” Margins all the way around, Single Space-Please do no put a space between typing out a question and your response Next, respond to the following questions. When you type the following questions, please identify questions as F1, F2, F3, and F4,. F1. Is the child aware of the benefits of physical activity (especially games with rules; tag, hide and seek, etc) Is the child at risk for childhood obesity? Please clearly explain your thoughtful opinion. Consider sports, nutrition and TV/Video game influences you learned from the interview to draw a conclusion. F2. Describe the child’s long term memory and metacognitive skills. F3. What is the child’s family structure? Does the family fulfill the “basic functions” for school age children? How does her family affect this child? Does her family experience calm anxiety or give anxiety? F4. Is the child accepted by her peer group? Do you see evidence of the “child culture”? Does the child fit the description of a rejected child? Is the child a bully or the victim of a bully? You may choose to ask the following questions as is appropriate based on your relationship with the child. These are only conversation starters. Do not write the following questions in your lab assignment. Instead use the responses to help you answer the questions above. Biosocial: Tell me about how you spend your time, when you are not in school. What do you enjoy doing? Do you play games with friends? What kind of games do you play? Tell me about your nutrition. What kinds of foods and snacks do you like? When do you eat? Do you ever eat when you are not hungry, “just because,” for instance, if you are stressed, tired, or bored? How often do you get sick? Cognitive development: I have a few questions about your memory. What is your earliest memory of your life? Tell me about it. Now, tell me about your summer vacation, or something that happened one year ago, or more. What happened, or what did you do? If you had to memorize a poem, how would you do it? How do you study for tests? How do you plan on remembering the correct answers? Psychosocial development: Who is your family? What do you do with your family? How do you feel about your family? Does your family have discussions about important things happening in the world? Would you change anything about your family? Do you have a lot of friends? Do you have a best friend? Why are you friends with the kids you are friends with? What do you like about them? What do you and your friends do together? Does anyone pick on you at school? What do you do about it? PreviousNext