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Dec 22nd, 2014
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The focus of your Seminar this week is on emotional development, self-esteem, and moral development. Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development provides a basis for understanding how morals are developed. Based on the readings for this unit, come to Seminar prepared to answer the following:

  1. In middle childhood, children are learning how to cope with school, peers, and social norms. How do these three factors promote emotional development?
  2. How might Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development explain different cultural morals and values?

Summarizing the archived Seminar powerpoint which has been provided. Your paper should be written in appropriate APA style for a written summary. In other words, you are not required to use direct quotes, cite references, include an abstract, or include a reference page. You do, however, have to write in complete sentences and paragraphs, provide a title page, and produce a professional presentation. Listen to the archived Seminar to provide a summary and respond to the Seminar questions. Submit your summary to the Seminar Dropbox before the end of the unit to receive credit.

Link to Seminar Archives

Unit 6 Seminar Slides PS220.pptx 

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