Child’s Preschool and African-America History
Child’s preschool. Children who attend preschool education are believed to enhance their social and cognitive development skills in a better way than those who do not attend to such teachings.
Therefore, preschool knowledge is capable of laying a basis through which a young mind can make positive contribution to the community and the society in future. This knowledge is believed to highly foster the social being of a person, and the economic growth in the future prosperity. The children, beginning from birth to six years, acquire preschool education and it entails knowledge acquired from or either within an enclosed learning environment setting or outside the school setting. Therefore, both the community and the family around such young ones play a significant role of educating these young people. There has been a continuous Child-development together with the brain researchers who have always attempted to advance people’s understanding of the extent at which the critical nature, where learning in the period of 0 to 6 years extends (Sigelman & Rider, 2011).
With a close supervision of such young people, the result is that when children undergo preschool, they tend to be socially developed and they can make a greater contribution t the community, as compared to those who do not undergo such exercise. At this age, the development is in a way that when children join formal programs in a school, they are ready to be beneficiaries of such favorable learning school environment which enhances their ability to rediscover some information within them. A child’s motor development, cognitive skills and emotion development, which plays a major role on the future endeavors of the person, thus are believed to develop at this age of preschool hence giving an advantage to children who attend the exercise as an enhancement. Preschool education plays an integral part of a child to ensuring that they benefit right form this stage through enhancing their cognitive and social skills even to the future acquisition of knowledge.African-America history The creation of wealth in the north, if compared to the south, was due to the fact that, the southern part was basically an agricultural region where were plantations of tobacco and cotton. These two activities were believed to be the major and the backbone of the southerners as far as the economic growth and standards were concerned.
This region therefore was entirely dependent on the export markets to the western part of Europe. The local owners of the plantations were known to be the kings and thus there was a significant difference with the people who were slaves to people who owned those plantations. The southerners, whose social and political class was low, then were forced to relinquish all the leadership to those above and accept the issue of slavery and thus people working as laborers in the plantations. All the products from these farms were transferred to the north, where the industries were established for the purpose of processing into more finished products. The northern part was complete and highly industrialized, contrary to the south.
It encouraged more entrepreneurs for further investments thus getting products from the south hence making it wealthier.The whites, who had no slaves, felt need for preservation of slavery simply because they were able to realize contribution of slaves to the economic growth. Slaves were working as laborers for the benefit of enhancing agriculture in the region and thus increasing the export of cotton and tobacco in general (Norton, 2012). They believed that such slaves could help the white in realizing a great harvest of the tobacco through their intensive labor thus increasing the export rate for higher economic growth. Since these labors were reasonably cheaper and affordable, they felt need for a continuous provision for the great benefit of realizing higher returns of their agricultural products.