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  1. Avatar Lilly-May Harrison

  2. Who is Lilly-May Harrison? • Six year old, female • Caucasian, Strawberry blonde hair, Green eyes • Single child of a middles class, financially secure, nuclear family • Attends St. Aidens Catholic Primary School, Rooty Hill • Lives in small suburb, Minchinbury

  3. Ecological Map – incorporating each of the systems:

  4. Chronosystem: *Refers to temporal changes in the child’s environment, which produce new conditions, affecting development • Individual: • Lilly-May Harrisson • Calm temperament, however easily excitable • 6 years of age • Female • Strawberry blonde hair, green eyes, caucasian • Favourite animal butterfly *Blackboard – lecture 2

  5. Microsystem: *Refers to inner most level of environment Religion:Catholic, and attending Catholic School (St. Aidens at Rooty Hill) Classroom: teachers encourage individuality and support – safety net Friends: have an impact on Lilly-May’s social behaviour – her closet friend, Ellie, makes her feel wanted – freinds help with confidence gaining Parents: have largest impact on Lilly-May – all decisions are ultimately made by them – they are her security and her comfort zone *Blackboard – lecture 2

  6. Mesosystem: Refers to connections among microsystems that fasten development • Minimal neighbourly impact: • Occasional babysitting • Socialising with friends • After school care: • Large impact – there for Lilly-May when parents can’t be • Another secure place - a comfort zone *Blackboard – lecture 2

  7. Exosystem: Refers to contexts not including developing person – larger system in which child does not function directly • Mother’s workload: • Part time work as a Teacher’s Aide nearby • Not full time so does not take away excessively from time • with Lilly-May • Father’s workload: • Full time Doctor • Workload often takes away from time spent with Lilly-May, however this does not impact largely on her learning and development as she has her mother and other constant sources filling her life and supporting her • Her father still plays an active role in her life despite being tied down with • work • Sports Groups: • Girls Netball – more friends, social gathering, • confidence building, learning to • work as part of a team *Blackboard-lecture2

  8. Macrosystem: Refers to outermost layer • Legal System: • Has minimal direct affect on Lilly-May • Any legal requirements/ documents etc. go through the • parents • Culture: • Father – Irish • Mother – Australian • Lilly-May – of both cultures • Norms: • Lilly-May conforms with the norms of society – she is a • typical 6 year old girl, who plays with her friends • and embraces new ideas openly and with • curiosity *Blackboard-lecture 2