The main stages of the play cycle?
Play drive: The impulse or need within a child or young person that starts the play cycle. Play cue: A signal that a child wants to play, facial expressions, body language or language that communicate that a child wants to play with others. Play return: The response to a play cue, which can come from another person, the environment or from the child playing. Play frame: The process or space that is created by cues and returns. It's a boundary that keeps the play intact. It begins with the child's play drive and includes all that allows play to continue. It may be as big as a football pitch or as small as a chessboard and the two people playing. As a playworker you can be inside or outside of the frame depending on the level of the playworkers involvement. Play Cycle: The full flow of play from the first play cue to the return and the further development of play- with more cues and returns until the play is complete. Play Annihilation: The end of the play frame. Children take what they want from the activity and then it is finished. A playworker can cause play annihilation if they intervene inappropriately in children's play.
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Actually it is 7 stages of life those are : Prenatal, Infancy , Early childhood, Late childhood, Adolescent,Adulthood, Old age.
May or may not help ..... . Want or need to communicate . identification of what is being communicated . how is this going to be communicated? . opportunity to comm…unicate . the want or need to communicate (hunger, thirst, uncomfortable etc) . what is being communited (i want a drink) . way of communication (sign, talk, point) . opportunity to communicate (alone etc) . give information . receive the information . absorb and contemplate . understand . reply
1st Stage- Egg This stage is when the Mother butterfly lays an egg on a specific plant that is right for the catterpillars to feed on. 2nd Stage- Larva This Stage is wh…en the Caterpillar or larva is then hatched. 3rd Stage- Pupa This Stage is when the Caterpillar feeds on the plant that the mother has chosen & starts to grow, also whne the caterpillar's skin gets too small, it's skin splits open & it has new skin underneath, this happens 4-5 times. When the caterpillar is fully grown it makes a little silk pad on a leaf or twig & attaches itself to it. The caterpillar's skin splits for the last time. It is now in the pupa stage. Under the skin is the Chrysalis, Many changes happen to the chrysalis, The wings, legs & rest of the Butterfly are formed inside the Chrysalis. 4th Stage- Adult This Stage is the adult stage when the chrysalis splits open and the butterfly comes out. 5th Stage- Mating The purpose of any courtship routine is to discover the suitability of the potential mate. Part of this process is to discover if the female is already fertilised (pregnant), the female can release a pheromone (chemical) which will show her unavailability, or just not follow the usual mating routine. Once it is established that the pairing is suitable mating takes place. The butterflies stay coupled for a period of time. Sometimes a short time sometimes longer. It is not unusual for the pair to fly while still coupled. Once mated a process occurs which results in the fertilisation of the females eggs. Then she is ready to lay eggs & the cycle will start again!
baby then a child then an andcian then a adult old
Infant The infant stage corresponds to the first four years of your life. The moon is the obvious choice for this stage given its quick speed around the earth. During this st…age of life, you develop many of its characteristics more rapidly when compared to other life stages. . Childhood . The childhood stage of your life cycle, defined as ages 4 through 13, is represented by the the planet Mercury, the second quickest planet. During this time, you develop your personal intelligence and character. Teenager Ptolemy defined the third cycle of life as the teenage years and early adulthood. This cycle encompasses ages 14 through 22 and is represented by the planet Venus. Often times this stage of life is associated with impulsive activity towards love, lust and expression. Young Adult The age of 23 begins the young adult cycle of life. During this stage, many are inclined to act in a more mature manner and make decisions that are formed more on logic than impulse. Ptolemy chose the sun to represent this stage of life. Adulthood When you reach the fifth decade of your life, you have reached what Ptolemy believed was the mature adulthood stage. Ptolemy believed that at this stage, people are prone to feel as though their life has passed them by. The planet Mars is used for this life cycle. Retirement Once you reach the age of 55, you enter into the stage of life represented by Jupiter. This stage correlates to the time in which you are able to develop a sense of wisdom and perspective. The largest planet of the solar system, Jupiter represents the move away from manual labor and into a life of more leisure. Elderly Saturn, the slowest of all the planets, represents the last stage of life, which begins at age 67. This stage finds people cooling their pace of life, their desires and need for adventure. This stage of the life cycle goes until you reach the end of your existence.
The stages of the System Development Life cycle are: 1. Concept Proposal - In this step, the basics of the project are defined (purpose, how funding will be obtained, ROI…, etc.) 2. Requirements Analysis - In this step, the client's (or company's) requirements are formally defined. These take three different forms: Functional, non-functional, and regulatory. Functional requirements define features (what the product/software will do). Non-functional requirements refer to requirements that don't refer to features (e.g. speed, required uptime, etc.). Regulatory requirements are requirements that are mandated by a third party. Examples would be URL standards, security standards/laws, etc. 3. Architectural design - In this step, it is determined how the software will be implemented. For example, a basic paradigm for the software is determined (peer-to-peer, client-server, etc.) and in many cases, the optimal programming language is also determined. 4. Coding and Debugging - The software is actually programmed, and the most obvious bugs are squashed. 4. (Beta) Testing - The software is given to a select group of people who test the software in day-to-day situations to make sure that it works as it was intended to work. 5. Deployment - The software is released to the general public (or the company department for which it was intended).
There are four main stages in the life cycle of butterflies. Theyare egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Moths also have the same stages.
The two main stages are Interphase and Metaphase
the main stages of the water cycle are evaperation, condensation, precipitation and some other thing
The three main stages of the cell cycle are INTERPHASE,MITOSIS,and CYTOKINESIS.
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Assuming you mean Mitosis, the stages are : Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase and Cytokinesis.
In Computer Terminology
Play drive: The impulse or need within a child or young person that starts the play cycle. Play cue when a child signals that they want to play, facial expressions, body lan…guage or when a child shows that they want to play with another. Play return: The response to a play cue, which can come from another person, the environment or from the child playing. Play frame: The process or space that is created by cues and returns. It's a boundary that keeps the play intact. It begins with the child's play drive and includes all that allows play to continue. It may be as big as a football pitch or as small as a chessboard and the two people playing. As a playworker you can be inside or outside of the frame depending on the level of the playworkers involvement.
The cell cycle includes 3 phases: Interphase Mitosis Cytokinesis
The stages are as follow: * egg * larva * juvenile * adult
The three main stages are... 1. Seed (when the plant is still inside the shell and has not yet germinated) 2. Sprout (when the plant has germinated, but not created ma…le/female reproductive organs) 3. Adult (when the plant has created it's reproductive organs and can create another plant aka a seed)
prophase, mitosis, anaphase, telophase