aspects that are significant to the developmental stage.

aspects that are significant to the developmental stage..

Early childhood 3 to 6 (preschoolers) years old For the above topic 2- 3 relevent theorists needs to be use are PIAGET (cognitive development), Erikson (social Development), BANDURA (social learning theory of development) and KOHIBERG (moral development)

For the above topic 2- 3 relevent theorists needs to be use are PIAGET (cognitive development), Erikson (social Development), BANDURA (social learning theory of development) and KOHIBERG (moral development) for backup and support answer. Please see which one can be fitted best to support the discussion. And also please use FROM NMBA STANDARD 2 AND 6 for this assignment to support answers.

Please use 7 to 10 recent references (2011 onwards) and please write in third person only and avoid using first and second person. And literature written can be used within the last 10 years (2006 � 2016) as long as 5 recent references are used (2011- 2016)
And my humble request for you please follow the marking criteria.Marking criteria

1. Clear and concise introduction that identifies the developmental stage, highlights it importance in lifespan and previews all points to be expanded on in the rest of the essay.

2. Identifies all normative (predictable) aspects that are significant to the developmental stage. Clear and concise description of a significant non-normative (unpredictable) life transition.
Draw on more than 2 throrists, and atleast 2 therorists are highly relevant to the aspects. Each point in the discussion is fully supported by relevant litureture.3. Through discussion highlighting the impact of the transition on the individuals self- identity self-concept and/or self-esteem. Each point in the discussion is fully supported by relevant literature.
Excellent understanding is demonstrated explaining how topic contributes to nursing practice.
Evidence by incorporating 2 relevant standards for practice in discussion.4. Clear and concise conclusion that summarises all the main points and draws insightful implications for practice. Consistent use of formal and non-discriminatory language. Conventional grammar, spelling and punctuation. Consistent and accurate use of APA style for both in text citations and the references.

Overall-The Basics:
Plan your essay, brainstorm and develop an idea and then develop the idea with a topic or question with supporting information. Ensure you research the topic area well with evidence of scholarly literature to support statements and ideas.
Introduction:
Tell the reader what you are going to write about. Ensure you always relate to the essay question and what you are going to say about it in the body of your work. In this Unit, the introduction does not have to be long, and does not have to contain definitions, references or directly quoted material. You are encouraged to explain the topic you have chosen and the further things you will discuss in your paper. Consider covering essential aspects of the criteria briefly in your introduction in outlining what your paper will focus on.
The essay body:
Overall, you elaborate on the main ideas stated in the introduction, developing your discussion with examples from literature (current research, theory) and using paragraphs to separate your points and lead from point to point.
Paragraph 1 (body) 200 words
Discussion of the developmental stage you have chosen and the relevant physical, social cultural and/or cognitive aspects of your topic. Please note the word limit does not allow all aspects in detail. Choosing two aspects to discuss in depth and stating this in your introduction, is adequate.
Paragraph 2 (body) 200 words
Discussion of normative (predictable) and non-normative (unpredictable) transitions which are normally expected to occur within your developmental stage using at least one theorists work in your explanation. Be sure to include at least one relevant non-normative (unpredictable) life transition (or life event) which may un-expectantly occur in the developmental stage you have chosen. Your discussion in paragraph 1 may have also identified a range of predictable (normative) transitions.Paragraph 3 (body) 200 words
Discuss/describe/illustrate how self-identity, self- concept and or self-esteem develops in individuals within the life stage you have chosen (again, you will need to make a choice as to which of this aspects you will emphasis and apply to your chosen life stage).

Paragraph 4 (body) 200 words

aspects that are significant to the developmental stage.