My Timeline

By shsbayb
  • The day i was born

    Prenatel development and birth.
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    My Timeline

  • My first step

    The first two years: Biosocial development-Having gross motoe skills, which involves large body movements, such as walking.
  • First word

    First two years:Cognitive Development-First larning to babbling which includes a repetition of syllables like "ba-ba-ba" then turning into full worlds.
  • Playing dress-up

    First two years:Psychosocial Development-having self-awareness and relizing that i am an distinct indivdual.
  • Learning to find eggs for easter

    Play years:Biosocial Development-Having perservation in finding eggs for a long perios of time.
  • First day of preschool

    Play years:Cognitive Development-Early childhood education which can determine the childs outcome in the future years.
  • Out with friends for Holloween

    Play years:Psychosocial Development-Learnig the stereotyic of sex diferences and gender differences which help us the make friends.
  • Playing sports with the family

    School yeas:Biosocial Development-Having healthy time where children start growing more slowly and exercise is more important in this stage.
  • First day of kindergarden

    School years:Cognitive Development-Having a good education where the formal schooling begins.
  • My first play as an angel

    School Years:Psychosocial Development-Having good peers to help you when your parents are not around so you have someone to depend on of mutual interests.
  • Junior High and my body growing

    Adolescence: Biosocial Development- Bones in the body lengthening, eating more and gaining weight on the body.
  • High school and friends

    Adolescence: Cognitive Developmet- Having student engagments in classrooms helps children to pass classes rather than not having any one to talk to.
  • Learning about the body and the other sex

    Adolescence: Psychococial Development- Having health class in high school and havind sex education
  • First Relationship

    Emerging Adulthood: Biosocial Development- Paying more attention to out bodys and how we look and taking interests in others.
  • Graduating College

    Emerging Adulthood: Cognitive Development- Attending college to get a degree and to have a better and secure jobs for the future.
  • Got married

    Emerging Adulthood: Psychosocial Develpoment- Becoming intimate with another, and falling in love leading to marriage.
  • Having my first kid

    Adulthood: Biosocial Development- Sexual reproduction peaks between ages 23-30. Also women are asmired for having children and to continue the family line.
  • In the work feild

    Adulthood: Cognitive Development-Having expertise in the work feild helps out when your the older generation than the younger generations.
  • Midlifecrisis

    Adulthood: Psychosocial Development- During this peroid having a radical reexamination and a wild transformation.
  • Ageing and Health

    Late Adulthood: Biosocial Development- With age bodies become less efficiant at digesting food. Like nutrition exercise is even more important in later life than earlier, even though its more difficult at this stage.
  • My memory

    Late Adulthood: Cognitive Development- Some aspetcs of the memory remain virtually unimpaired with age, butothers become weaker. Intellectual processing depends not only on inputand working memory but also on the knowledge base.
  • Retirement

    Late Adulthood: Psychosocial Development- Retirement either by choice or necessit, it requires carful planning by both you and your spouse. Many people have a strong preference for ageing in place. People can keep active by doing activities like volunteer work and such.
  • My Death

    As we get older anxiety about dieing decreases. Belief in life after death is directly related to peoples estimate of how likely it is that they themselves might die.