Explain at least two aspects of Vygotsky’s theoretical views related to social-emotional development. (1–2 paragraphs)

 

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The theoretical views that Vygotsky hold was a kind of powerful one as it tends to show that a child needs to analyze and understand first the movement that it will take. If a child sees her mother put some delicious stuffing on bread, then she might also want to do it with her own that’s why she did some act but as a result of doing a move without properly knowing how it should be done, the other stuff was thrown in the table which causes a reason of a simple mess. Her mother saw what happen and instead of being mad, she teaches the child how to easily make the task without a single mistake. On the other day the child tried again but it still failed yet she put some off it in the bread, then another day came, and the child tries again but with this 3rd try of her, she finally did it right and perfect. It was the stand that Vygotsky wants to express, that is why I see it too powerful as I believe that each child must experience what did the kid encounters in the given example in order to make a progress about its personality. Indeed, it can also identify as a moderate one since the child will not be pressured if either he/she will do it right away or not. It will mold the ability of the child to develop and establish a wide foundation toward its social and emotional growth. After all, it falls in the decision of the young ones if it will continue the activity that it started or just let that slide go and focus on something else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Topic 2: Theories and Concepts Related to the Social-Emotional Developmental Continuum

Explain at least two aspects of Vygotsky’s theoretical views related to social-emotional development.

 

LO4: Explain Vygotsky’s theoretical views as they relate to social-emotional development.

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