***PLEASE DO ONLY SLIDES 8, 9, and 10****
Task: Create a PowerPoint presentation that evaluates how toys influence child development.
Step 1: Read these five Week Three Electronic Reserve Readings.
- Bradley, R. H. (1985). Social-cognitive development and toys. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 5(3), 11.
- Caldera, Y. M., & Sciarraffa, M. A. (1998). Parent-toddler play with feminine toys: Are all dolls the same? Sex Roles, 39(9/10), 657.
- Klinger, L. J., Hamilton, J. A., & Cantrell, P. J. (2001). Children’s perceptions of aggressive and gender-specific content in toy commercials. Social Behavior & Personality, 29(1), 11.
- Miller, C. L. (1987). Qualitative differences among gender-stereotyped toys: Implications for cognitive and social development in girls and boys. Sex Roles, 16(9/10), 473.
- Schwartz, L. A., & Markham, W. T. (1985). Sex stereotyping in children’s toy advertisements. Sex Roles, 12(1/2), 157.
Step 2: Investigate four popular toys on the market today. Do the following:
- Choose one toy that promotes aggression.
- Choose one toy that promotes pro-social behavior.
- Choose one toy that encourages/discourages gender stereotyping.
- Choose one toy that encourages/discourages cultural stereotypes/differences.
Step 3. Create a 14-slide PowerPoint presentation with detailed speaker’s notes (at least 150 words of written speaker notes for each slide). Follow the outline provided.
- Format your presentation according to APA standards wherever possible.
- In the speaker notes, use subheadings to breakup large paragraphs!
|Slide 8||150-words (minimum) of speaker notes||Name of Person doing this slide:|
|Slide 9||How do the four toys in slide 8 influence behavior, self-concept, and identity?||150-words (minimum) of speaker notes||Name of Person doing this slide:|
|Slide 10||From your review of the five ERR readings and your examination of actual toys on the market, how do some toys increase the likelihood of aggressive behavior in children?||150-words (minimum) of speaker notes||Name of Person doing this slide:|