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Watch the video “What is the most important influence on child development?” located in Module C (Social & Motor Development).  

Prepare a well-written discussion post explaining how the information you viewed is related to the information and data contained within chapter 3 of the course textbook.  Although the video does not directly speak about motor development and motor skills, use your critical thinking skills to explain how the social context of one’s environment impacts our views and behaviors about health and fitness and, the development of sport and movement skills within in the psychomotor domain.  In your post, link the video information to specific real-life application to exercise and movement.  


(2) What is the most important influence on child development | Tom Weisner | TEDxUCLA – YouTube


(2) Socialization: Crash Course Sociology #14 – YouTube

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Social and Motor Development

Social behavior affects a person’s movement behavior, and conversely, there are equally strong effects

on an individual’s social development

Socialization

A duel, lifelong process of interaction and development through which humans learn:

Who they are

How they are connected to the social worlds in which they live

The orientations and guidelines used as a basis for behavior and group life

Social role – an expected behavior by a social group in a particular situation

Occupational roles (teacher, doctor, lawyer)

Family roles (mother, father, sister, brother)

Norm – a set of expectations about how we should act in a given situation

Socialization teaches members of a society their social roles, occupational roles, family roles and norms

Society’s role expectations influence human motor development

Societal norms can facilitate or impede an individual’s movement development

Self-esteem – how much we believe ourselves to be competent, successful, significant, and worth

Involvement in directed play or physical education can enhance self-esteem in children

Self-concept – perception of self

Self-worth – overall value that one places on oneself as a person

TERMS RELATED TO SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Self-worth Development

Early Childhood Cannot make judgments about self-worth
Has difficulty discerning between cognitive and physical skills
Mid-late Childhood Physical appearance and social acceptance are the most important elements of self-worth
Adolescence Can distinguish feelings about friendship, romantic appeal, and job competence
Friend and teacher support are major contributors to self worth
College Age Global self-worth becomes a function of perceived self-worth
Adulthood Further distinction among elements of self-worth attained during previous stage continues

Social Influences

Family

Primary socializing agent during childhood

Play

Major socializing force

School

School “later” becomes a major socializing force in children

Social Influences During Childhood

Family

Most important socializing force

Family’s view on physical activity determines child’s movement habits

Family can be an important predictor of a child’s future involvement in sport

A nonrestrictive environment encourages motor development

Socialization During Adolescence

Gender role identification

Gender role conflict

Experienced by girls who participate in activity and for boys who do not

Boys are more easily socialized into sports

Boys are supposed to be aggressive and independent; this behavior is not acceptable for girls

Social & Motor Development in Adulthood

15% of adults perform the recommended amount of physical activity
40% do not participate in leisure time physical activity
By age 75, 30% of men and 50% of women engage in no physical activity
23% of adults over the age of 25 yr are obese
Obesity is more common among Mexican American and African American women than white women

THE AGE – EXERCISE CYCLE

AND AGING

Avoiding the
Exercise-Aging Cycle

Exercise may add more years to your life and life to your years.

Appropriate exercises and movement classes to build strength, endurance enhance social, emotional, physical & cognitive domains

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