School

Erikson s concept of school age covers development from about age 6 to approximately age 12 or 13 and matches the latency years of Freud's theory. At this age, the social world of children is expanding beyond family to include peers, teachers, and other adult models. For school-age children, their wish to know becomes strong and is tied to their basic striving for competence, hi normal development, children strive industriously to read and write, to hunt and fish, or to learn the skills required by their culture. School age does not necessarily mean formalized schools. In contemporary literate cultures, schools and professional teachers play a major part in children's education, whereas in preliterate societies, adults use less formalized but equally effective methods to instruct children in the ways of society.

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