Goats, mules, and horses. I always wake up long before the sun appears on the horizon. I change and get ready for the day. Then, I head to the barn to do my chores involving the animals. When my chores are completed, I grab the basket of fresh eggs. After I return, I sit down to eat breakfast. As usual my meal was eggs, bacon, cheese, and milk. They are all products produced on my families farm. Once excused from breakfast, I hop on my bike and ride to school. I pass seven land marks before arriving at school.
I know whether I arrive to school on time because the school bell inns every time the sun lines up with something on campus, like the soccer field or gymnasium. My first class is geography. We learn about places we can never visit. We can’t communicate with people outside of our town, so all the information we are taught has been passed down from the time when people could communicate internationally. I hope it’s correct because geography is my favorite subject. As the day progresses, I go to six more classes : English, survival class, agriculture class, p. E. , animal care and safety, and socializing class.
We have lunch after p. E. School lunch is efferent everyday, but it’s always something grown on a local farm. I don’t think school is terrible. From what I have been told, school was a lot harder when math existed. After school, I do my second round of chores. I never have homework because the teachers at school know that if students thrive and return the next day, they have applied what they have been taught. Following my chores, I usually ride my bike down to the library once a week to grab a new book to read. Then I typically head over to a friend’s house to hang out. We usually do chores and talk.
When I return mom, I’m exhausted and get ready for bed. Before I finally get some rest, I pack my school bag for another successful day. As far as the mysterious particle that is still believed to be lingering in the air that erased humans ability to perform complicated math problems, I don’t think it will ever vanish magically. If it did, I think society is so used to life without math that people wouldn’t even consider trying to re-learn math. It would be like trying to learn a new language, but no person would know the rules or simple concepts of it. It would have to evolve over centuries as it did before.
Human Growth N Development #8
Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) pages in length.
Compare and contrast Erikson’s generativity versus stagnation stage with his ego-integrity versus despair stage for middle and late adulthood. Include at least three examples from your text as you compare and contrast the two stages.
Write a well thought-out paragraph for each of the following:
The occurrences that can affect positive or negative outcomes in Erickson’s generativity versus stagnation stage.• Three proactive changes you can make personally to improve your generativity in your lifetime.
Describe the physical and cognitive changes that occur in late adulthood, including how some of these changes may lead to decline and eventual death.
Explain how the processes of death and dying can have different outcomes or scenarios depending on choosing different paths. Use at least three examples of supportive evidence from your text.
Write a well thought-out paragraph on each of the following:
Three proactive ways you personally can improve your physical health• Three ways you personally can improve your cognitive health in your lifetime