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Autobiographical writing. case study notes

You may provide a chronological description of their life and then discuss it in terms of concepts using Life-Span Human Development Course. You might begin by constructing the facts of their life starting at birth
( Or Prenatally if this information is available ). Good sources of information for this are parents, siblings, grandparents, family photo albums, baby books video records, scrap books, report cards, height/weight records, and so on. Please include in the description information about their physical growth and motor skills, cognitive-intellectual development, language development, and social personality development.
Once this has been done, you can begin analyzing the facts using concepts from the course in Life-Span Human Development By (Carol K. Sigelman, & Elizerbeth A. Rider ).Please Note No Particular Fact is "Correct" or "Incorrect", but please analyzing the facts Should Logically Connect to Resarch, Theory and Concepts Covered in the Course By the Above Author.
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Autobiographical writing might take several forms
You may provide a chronological description of their life and then discuss it in terms of concepts using Life-Span Human Development Course.
You might begin by constructing the facts of their life starting at birth (Or Prenatal, if this information is available).

Sarah child is born to migrant parents. Both parents work and have a strong education and financial back ground. They want their daughter to grow up and become a surgeon doctor. For healthy growth and development, the child is blessed with a comfortable life while growing up. All her milestones such as crawling, sitting, walking, running, healthy weight and height gain, speaking one-word sentences and then smaller sentences, cognitively and with educational toys and books, the child grows up to be interested in the environment, happy and active.
Good sources of information for this are parents, siblings, grandparents, family photo albums, baby books video records, scrap books, report cards, height/weight records, and so on.
All family members really are impressed by the child, they provide her with care and love, comfort and independent space to explore her environment on her own. The child is caring emotionally and has excellent manners. All her pictures on family vacation and in school or other gatherings, always capture her bright and sunny face.
Her academic performance and behavior at home, with her peers in the school always remains positive and fun filled. As her parents teach her how to avoid getting hurt and remain safe, she follow their advice and thus stays out of any trouble. She grows up to be a young teenager. She has been really smart in her studies and makes selected friends. Her interests lie in out door ...

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Case study, autobiographical writing. Therapeutic.

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