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The Challenges of Middle and Late Adolescence

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The Challenges of Middle and Late Adolescence

  1. 1. The Challenges of Middle and Late Adolescence Josefino Tulabing Larena ,AB, CPS,CPE,MPA
  2. 2. Learning Objectives • Discuss that facing the challeges during adolescence may clarify and manage the demands of teen years; • Express his or her feelings on the expections of the significant people around him or her ( parents,siblings,friends,teachers,community leaders; and • Make affirmations that help one become more lovable and capable as an adolescent.
  4. 4. • 2016 stressed that intellectual development among adolescent takes a rapid pace to a point where they see meaning as well as opportunities on all kinds of situations. In search for oneself, they are faced with a increasing number of problems conducive to emotional tension.
  5. 5. Sexual relationships • Emotional difficulties arise because of incorrect or inadequate information concerning sex. Many adolescent are made to feel that questions concerning sex are improper and shameful. Strong parental attachment usually prevents the adolescent from making serious commitments to a relationship since it is difficult for them to entertain the thought of leaving home. When one decides to have commitments, he or she likely to look for qualities similar to those of a parent.
  6. 6. Peer adjustment • The peer culture acts as a transition period before reaching adult status in the community. Developing a sense of responsibility depends upon the satisfactions of social skills which enables one to become acquainted with other young people. Failure to develop these skills with others can lead to feelings of inadequacy and indifference
  7. 7. Intellectual maturation. • During this period, attitudes are formed, which are like remain relatively unchanged throughout life. Ways of thinking are being developed which will lead to either: healthy problem solving techniques, expanded intellectual curiosity, and interest; or to a narrow viewpoint; faculty habits, and poverty of concepts
  8. 8. Vocational choice • Many adolescent make little or no preparation for an occupation. They take courses in school which are easy, or which are required of them; not those that will be of practical value in later life
  9. 9. Emotional maturity • To achieve emotional maturity, adolescent must learn to channel his or her impulses into constructive endeavors. Their actions should be socially acceptable responses to the demands of society. They should take responsibility for their own actions without blaming others
  10. 10. Puberty • Puberty is the point in the development of a man at which the individual becomes physically capable of sexual reproduction. Sexual maturation follows a predictable sequence for member of both sexes. It begins with the production of sex hormones trigger as series of physiological changes the lead to ovulation and menstruation in females and the production of sperm cells in males. These are the primary 6 characteristics. Menarche or the first menstrual period signifies this new stage of maturation for girls. The secondary sex characteristics like the development of the breast and hips begin before menarche and continue until the individual reached full maturity.
  11. 11. The challenges a Filipino adolescent faces • 1.Attitudes and Behavior toward sexuality and sexual relationship
  12. 12. • 2.Academic concerns
  13. 13. • 3. Group Belongingness
  14. 14. • Health and nutrition
  15. 15. • 5. Developing or Regaining self-esteem
  16. 16. • 6.Roles
  17. 17. • 7. Material Poverty
  18. 18. • 8. Parents Working Abroad
  19. 19. • 9.Career Choice
  20. 20. • 10.Relationship
  21. 21. • 11.Value and Beliefs
  22. 22. • Other challenges • Depression
  24. 24. Gregorio del Pilar • Gregorio Hilario del Pilar y Sempio (November 14, 1875 – December 2, 1899) was one of the youngest generals in the Philippine Revolutionary Forces during the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine–American War. He is most known for his successful assault on the Spanish barracks of Cazadores in the municipality of Paombong, his victory on the first phase Battle of Quingua and his last stand at the Battle of Tirad Pass. during the Philippine-American war. Because of his youth, he became known as the "Boy General"
  25. 25. Edgar Jopson • Edgardo Gil Jopson, or more popularly known as Edjop Jopson (September 1, 1948 - September 20, 1982), was a labor rights activist and active member of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) during the reign of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos. Jopson studied in Ateneo de Manila High School, and later proceeded to Ateneo de Manila University where he graduated under the Management Engineering program, garnering Latin Honors. He was active in politics since his years in college, even becoming the president of the National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP). He later went underground with the CPP when President Marcos declared Martial Law in 1972. He was killed during a military raid on his house in 1982
  26. 26. Efren Penflorida • Currently known for the “pushcart classroom” program, Efren and his friends started the Dynamic Teen Company youth group in 1997 to promote education in the slum areas of Cavite. Graduating from college with honors, Efren pursued with his advocacy, (taking Kesz Valdez under his wings in the process) which eventually earned him the prestigious CNN Hero of the Year award in 2009.
  27. 27. Kesz Valdez : Filipino Scavenger now World Inspiration for Children • At age seven, Kesz was able to start his Caring Children organization that provides the basic needs of 10,000 street children, having been from a poor and depressed background himself. Now at 13-years-old, the Cavite-born is one of three nominated for the 2012 International Children’s Peace Prize, to be awarded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu on September 19th.
  28. 28. Self Identity
  29. 29. Defining Responsibilities • the state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone.
  30. 30. Defining Expectations • a strong belief that something will happen or be the case in the future.
  31. 31. • For I know theplans that • I have for you, plans to prosper and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future • " •Jeremiah 29:11
  32. 32. Thank you so much
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