PERDEV, - Coggle Diagram
Early adolescence (ages 12-14 yrs old
Secondary sexual characteristics appear
Concrete thoughts dominate
Intense friendship with sam sex
Desire for privacy
Middle adolescence (ages 15-16 yrs old)
Secondary sexual characteristic advanced
95% of adult height reached
Growth in abstract thoughts
Conflict with family
Less concern about physical changes, more concerned about personal attractiveness
Strong peer allegiances
Experimentation like drugs, sex, friends
Late adolescence (ages 17-19 yrs old)
Abstract thought established
Usually comfortable with body image
Pursue realistic vocational goals
Decisions less influenced by peers
The Johari Window
Information about you and others know.
Information about you that others know but you don't.
Information about you that you know but others don't.
Information about you that you and others don't know.
The importance of knowing oneself
In order for you to be happy, you must know who you are.
In order for you to be happy, you must know your strengths, weaknesses, threats, opportunities.
You must know yourself so you know where you can be greater and better.
How do we get to know ourselves?
Introspection or Self-analysis
Engaging questions for further know one's self like: Who am I, What is my goal, why am I here.
By asking questions to know our pro's and cons, advantages and disadvantages, positive and negative.
Write and self reflective journal.
Developmental Stages in Middle and Late Adolescence
Adolescence is a developmental transition from childhood to adulthood.
These stages in life includes changes and growth.
Examples of changes are physical, mental, social, etc.
Coping with stress
Two faces of stress
Threat or challenge
life events and daily hassles that stresses you a lot.
help determine which stressors individuals are likely to encounter.
The powers of the mind
Human brain is made of two halves called right and left brain.
Left brain is verbal and analytical
Right brain is more on the creative side.
Developing the whole person
Mandala is sanskrit for "Circle".
Mandala is a concentric design that symbolizes harmony peace and unity.
The challenges of middle and late adolescence
Adolescence can be both exciting and challenging.
As the body readies to mature and prepares to perform adult roles, never ending difficulties challenges teenagers to their limit.
Mental health and well being
Mental health "red flags" should be alert for
loss of self-esteem
loss of interest
Key mental health issues:
changes in sleeping patterns