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FC: A DAY IN THE LIFESPAN

1: B A B Y 'S F I R S T D A Y S

2: b a b i e s d o c u m e n t a r y

3: Babies (2010) is a full feature documentary about four infants growing up in different regions of the world. Ponijao from Namibia, Mari from Japan, Bayar from Mongolia and Hattie from USA. The documentary touches on how similar in development they progress throughout one year of life but in contrast the film touches on how limited resources affect each child due to their region and Socioeconomic Status.

4: CAUTION: NOW ENTERING THE TODDLER YEARS!!

5: The Terrible Twos Poem by: Donald O Williams Bless their hearts--the terrible twos, What a trying of one's experience it can bring. A "No" command is usually greeted tactfully, With a sweet smile and a repeat performance. Likes and dislikes in food and drink are known, While a change of diet may be tossed on the floor. Be careful what you say around baby boy, Unless you want it repeated when guests arrive. Winnie the Pooh and Sesame Street please for awhile, But a mechanical toy or noisemaker satisfies more. A Rock-A-By song last year would bring sound sleep. While reading him book after book puts baby sitter to sleep. Grandparents love them when they are two, And really celebrate when baby sitting is through.

6: THIS POEM BY DONALD O. WILLIAMS IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE OF TODDLERHOOD AND THE THEORY OF AUTONOMY VS SHAME AND DOUBT STATED BY PSYCHOLOGIST E. ERIKSON. CHILDREN AT THIS AGE ARE PRONE TO TANTRUMS AND "NO" IS A COMMON RESPONE AS THEY ARE TRYING TO ASSERT THEIR INDEPENDENCE FROM THEIR PARENTS.

7: the wonder years (Childhood)

9: Childhood obesity is an epidemic in North America and it said that as as much as 1 in 4 children are in the obese or overweight category. Childhood obesity is due in part to poor diet. With the prices of groceries in today's world, some parents find it almost impossible to feed their families and themselves nutritiously while staying within the family budget. Furthermore, childhood obesity is also due to the inactivity of youngsters who would rather spend time playing video games, or watch TV then play outdoors. Because of this growing epidemic, children are robbed of the experiences they will reminisce fondly of as adults and, in turn lay the foundation for shorter life expectancies and years of chronic illness'.

10: THE TEENAGE YEARS (LIKE DUH)

11: ARTIST: FOSTER THE PEOPLE SONG TITLE: PUMPED UP KICKS Robert's got a quick hand He'll look around the room He wont tell you his plan He's got a rolled cigarette Hanging out his mouth He's a cowboy kid Yeah he found a six-shooter gun n his dad's closet, in the box of fun things I don't even know what But he's coming for you, yeah he's coming for you All the other kids with the pumped up kicks You better run, better run, outrun my gun All the other kids with the pumped up kicks You better run, better run, faster than my bullet. Daddy works a long day He be coming home late, and he's coming home late. And he's bringing me a surprise cause dinner's in the kitchen and it's packed in ice I've waited for a long time. Yeah the sleight of my hand is now a quick-pull trigger reason with my cigarette, Then say, "Your hair's on fire, you must have lost your wits, yeah?"

13: Bullying, violence and discrimination are prevalent in todays adolescents. Teens are at increased risk for suicide, especially those amongst the gay population. Even though we live in a modern time where acceptance and understanding are increasing, adolescence still seem to be facing similar battles on the road to adulthood as our ancestors did. At this sensitive age where the brain hasn't fully matured yet, teens are more susceptible to succumb to the negative aspects of adolescence such as: peer pressure, drugs, bad behaviors and bullying.

14: YOUNG ADULT CHIC

16: In the motion picture Accepted (2006), the main character Bartleby Gaines (Justin Long) is rejected by every college he applies to and is forced to build a fake college with fellow rejects to apse their families who press them to be successful. In turn the college becomes accredited in the end and it follows a new set of idealistics that bigger colleges seem to have lost in a cloud of weeding out and greed. This reflects the young adult stage of development because, young adults are at a stage of finding themselves and belonging while setting their own morals and ideals while trying to pursue a career and lay the foundation for building a family in the future..

17: MID-LATE ADULT (Smile retirement is coming!)

18: Retirement dreams Poem by: John Chunghoo retirement, the business of settling down to the ebb of life before time pulls out its hands to close its doors on us, one last cold cold setback everybody has to take lying down, and without even the privilege of expressing whether we like it all or not. everything too planned in advance sorry, like this retirement. retirees are sunflowers tilting and shining a splendid lustrous dexterous yellow in the evening breeze, in the full splendor of the sun before they slowly gently glide into the hands of the expansive horizon, dip into infinity of time. sweet and honey for those who have the means and the plans to live out their sunset dreams but a rocky outing for those uninterested in squeezing the succulent grapes of youth to make the glowing red wines of vantage years the days run on and on like a race to nowhere

19: Retirement is often an emotional time in the mid-late adults stage of life. It brings forth a psychological feeling of redundancy but as well renewal and revival. This poem touches on the dreams of an average retiree who is now able to finally travel and explore the vast world without the restriction of work. The kids move out and onward with their lives and it is now time to focus on themselves and their relationships around them.

20: Death and Dying (the final chapter of the lifespan)

21: ARTIST: MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE SONG TITLE: CANCER Turn away, If you could get me a drink Of water 'cause my lips are chapped and faded Call my aunt Marie Help her gather all my things And bury me in all my favorite colors, My sisters and my brothers, still, I will not kiss you, 'Cause the hardest part of this is leaving you. Now turn away, 'Cause I'm awful just to see 'Cause all my hairs abandoned all my body, Oh, my agony, Know that I will never marry, Baby, I'm just soggy from the chemo But counting down the days to go It just ain't living And I just hope you know That if you say (if you say) Goodbye today (goodbye today) I'd ask you to be true (cause I'd ask you to be true) 'Cause the hardest part of this is leaving you 'Cause the hardest part of this is leaving you

22: This song by My Chemical Romance is directly related to death and dying, the last chapter of life for all peoples. The song talks about the effects of cancer and the grievance of the family to watch them go through the death and dying process. As well it directly correlates with Erikson's final state of development Integrity vs Despair as all peoples, regardless of age of death, braves through this stage of development during their final days. They want to feel integrity and wholeness before making the transition into death from others.

23: References | Movies | ALL INFO AND POSTERS GATHERED FROM: WWW.IMDB.COM | Music Lyrics | ALL LYRICS GATHERED FROM WWW.SING365.COM | Poems | All Poems gathered from www.poemhunter.ca

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