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Socio emotional development of intermediate schoolers

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Socio-Emotional Development of Intermediate Schoolers
By: Argeline Joy Amores
Intermediate Schoolers/ School Age
6-12 years old
What do emotions have to do with our social development?
Emotion and social development are interdependent

Social interactions and relationships are defined by emotional transactions (Halberstadt, Denham & Dunsmore, 2001)
6-7 years old
Develops greater empathy
Establish and maintain positive relationships and friends
Starts establishing a sense of morality
Control impulsive behavior
Identify and manage emotions
Form positive self concept and self esteem
6-7 years old
Identity formation has begun
Learns resilience
Learns to be more independent
Forms opinions
Begins to understand different view points
Tackles question about death

8-9 Years old
Tries to fit in with peers
Preoccupied with comparisons
Have a best friend
Strengthen cooperative skills
Adjusting to a sexually developing body
8-9 Years old
Feeling awkward and self conscious
Continue refining a sense of self
Private/ Wanting more alone time
Displays of non-compliance at school and home
8-9 Years old
10-11 Years old
Behaves appropriately in a variety of social situations
Refine communication skills
Resolve interpersonal conflicts
Understands the difference between passive, assertive and aggressive responses

10-11 Years old
Become more independent and responsible for actions
Value and respects rules and authority
Know how to act appropriately

10-11 Years old
10-11 Years old
Manage emotional changes
Accepting limitations
Acknowledge who I am
12 Years old
Establishes Independence
Adjust to a larger social world with greater expectations and demands
Overcome the clumsy and awkward state


Finds acceptance in a peer group
Becomes more self assured
Learns how to say no
Moves further away from family and closer to friends


Sex Segregated quality
Cross-sex friendships are rare across cultures (Maccoby, 1994)
Sex Segregated quality

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Socio emotional development of intermediate schoolers

  1. 1. Socio-Emotional Development of Intermediate Schoolers By: Argeline Joy Amores
  2. 2. Intermediate Schoolers/ School Age 6-12 years old
  3. 3. What do emotions have to do with our social development? Emotion and social development are interdependent
  4. 4. Social interactions and relationships are defined by emotional transactions (Halberstadt, Denham & Dunsmore, 2001)
  5. 5. 6-7 years old Develops greater empathy Establish and maintain positive relationships and friends Starts establishing a sense of morality Control impulsive behavior Identify and manage emotions Form positive self concept and self esteem
  6. 6. Identity formation has begun Learns resilience Learns to be more independent Forms opinions Begins to understand different view points Tackles question about death 6-7 years old
  7. 7. 8-9 Years old Tries to fit in with peers Preoccupied with comparisons Have a best friend Strengthen cooperative skills Adjusting to a sexually developing body
  8. 8. 8-9 Years old Feeling awkward and self conscious Continue refining a sense of self Private/ Wanting more alone time Displays of non-compliance at school and home
  9. 9. 8-9 Years old
  10. 10. 10-11 Years old Behaves appropriately in a variety of social situations Refine communication skills Resolve interpersonal conflicts Understands the difference between passive, assertive and aggressive responses
  11. 11. 10-11 Years old Become more independent and responsible for actions Value and respects rules and authority Know how to act appropriately
  12. 12. 10-11 Years old
  13. 13. Manage emotional changes Accepting limitations Acknowledge who I am 10-11 Years old
  14. 14. 12 Years old Establishes Independence Adjust to a larger social world with greater expectations and demands Overcome the clumsy and awkward state
  15. 15. Finds acceptance in a peer group Becomes more self assured Learns how to say no Moves further away from family and closer to friends 12 Years old
  16. 16. 12 Years old
  17. 17. Sex Segregated quality Cross-sex friendships are rare across cultures (Maccoby, 1994)
  18. 18. Sex Segregated quality

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