Module XAC-2041:
Llencyndod

Module Facts

Run by School of Education and Human Development

20 Credits or 10 ECTS Credits

Semester 1 & 2

Organiser: Dr Nia Young

Overall aims and purpose

Mae'r modiwl hwn yn trafod y materion a wynebir gan bobl ifanc wrth iddynt fynd trwy lencyndod. Bydd y modiwl yn adeiladu ar drafodaethau blaenorol ar ddatblygiad plant i ystyried barn pobl ifanc am ddatblygu wrth iddynt nesáu at fod yn oedolion. Bydd y gwahanol ffactorau a all ddylanwadu ar ddatblygiad llencyndod yn cael eu hystyried, yn cynnwys swyddogaeth cymdeithas, diwylliant, y cyfryngau a'r gyfraith. Caiff materion penodol a chyfoes sy'n berthnasol i lencyndod a phobl ifanc eu harchwilio er enghraifft effaith y we a chyfryngau cymdeithasol, addysg rhyw a rhywioli, y glasoed a phwysau gan gyfoedion. Bydd y modiwl hwn yn cwblhau'r trafodaethau ar blant yn datblygu i fod yn oedolion ac yn gosod y sylfeini ar gyfer modiwlau ym mlwyddyn 3 sy'n trafod materion penodol a wynebir gan bobl ifanc.

Course content

Bydd y modiwl hwn yn ystyried y canlynol: - Sut mae plant yn datblygu i fod yn bobl ifanc yn eu harddegau ac oedolion? - Iechyd ac ymddygiad. - Y berthynas rhwng pobl ifanc ac oedolion. - Ieuenctid a thechnoleg. - Datblygiad hunaniaeth gender. - Safbwyntiau byd-eang o ieuenctid. - Addysg a chyflogaeth. - Rhyw, Cyffuriau a Roc a Rôl...

Assessment Criteria

good

(C-, C, C+): Dealltwriaeth dda o ddamcaniaethau cyfredol am ddatblygiad llencyndod. Dangos gallu da i drafod yr ystyriaethau allweddol mewn iechyd a lles pobl ifanc yn eu harddegau yn seiliedig ar dystiolaeth ymchwil ddibynadwy. Dangos ymwybyddiaeth gadarn o’r berthynas rhwng cymdeithas a phobl ifanc mewn perthynas â'r cyfryngau, oedolion unigol a sefydliadau. Dangos gallu ystyriol i werthuso'r berthynas rhwng damcaniaethau perthnasol a materion cyfoes ym mhrofiad pobl ifanc.

threshold

(D-, D, D+): Yn dangos dealltwriaeth foddhaol o ddamcaniaethau cyfredol am ddatblygiad llencyndod. Dangos gallu i drafod yr ystyriaethau allweddol mewn iechyd a lles pobl ifanc yn eu harddegau yn seiliedig ar dystiolaeth ymchwil foddhaol. Dangos ymwybyddiaeth sylfaenol o’r berthynas rhwng cymdeithas a phobl ifanc mewn perthynas â'r cyfryngau, oedolion unigol a sefydliadau. Ystyried y berthynas rhwng damcaniaethau perthnasol a materion cyfoes ym mhrofiad pobl ifanc.

excellent

(A-, A, A+, A*): Dealltwriaeth gynhwysfawr o ddamcaniaethau cyfredol am ddatblygiad llencyndod. Dangos gallu i drafod yn drylwyr yr ystyriaethau allweddol mewn iechyd a lles pobl ifanc yn eu harddegau yn seiliedig ar dystiolaeth ymchwil helaeth. Dangos ymwybyddiaeth drylwyr o’r berthynas rhwng cymdeithas a phobl ifanc mewn perthynas â'r cyfryngau, oedolion unigol a sefydliadau. Dangos gallu rhagorol i werthuso'r berthynas rhwng damcaniaethau perthnasol a materion cyfoes ym mhrofiad pobl ifanc.

Learning outcomes

  1. Trafod yr ystyriaethau allweddol sy'n gysylltiedig â sicrhau iechyd a lles llencyndod.

  2. Dangos dealltwriaeth gynhwysfawr o ddatblygiad llencyndod o blentyndod i fod yn oedolion.

  3. Nodi a gwerthuso ystod o faterion cyfoes sy'n berthnasol i'r profiad o ieuenctid a llencyndod.

  4. Gwerthuso effaith ffactorau cymdeithasol a diwylliannol ar ddatblygiad pobl ifanc a'u profiad o lencyndod.

  5. Trafod y berthynas rhwng pobl ifanc ac oedolion o fewn teuluoedd a hefyd o fewn y cyd-destun cymdeithasol ehangach.

Assessment Methods

Type Name Description Weight
ESSAY Traethawd perthynas pobl ifanc a chymdeithas

Traethawd: Trafod perthynas pobl ifanc gyda chymdeithas trwy ystyried y materion cyfoes allweddol a wynebir gan bobl ifanc heddiw a'i heffaith ar eu profiad.

50
Written assignment, including essay Creu llawlyfr arweiniad pobl ifanc i lencyndod.

Creu Arweiniad Pobl Ifanc i Lencyndod sy'n egluro datblygiad llencyndod a materion allweddol mewn perthynas â lles pobl ifanc yn eu harddegau. Darparu sail resymegol am gynnwys yr arweiniad gan gyfeirio at lenyddiaeth ategol.

50

Teaching and Learning Strategy

Hours
Private study 167
Seminar

11 @ 1 awr yr wythnos

11
Lecture

11 @ 2 awr bob wythnos

22

Transferable skills

  • Literacy - Proficiency in reading and writing through a variety of media
  • Numeracy - Proficiency in using numbers at appropriate levels of accuracy
  • Computer Literacy - Proficiency in using a varied range of computer software
  • Self-Management - Able to work unsupervised in an efficient, punctual and structured manner. To examine the outcomes of tasks and events, and judge levels of quality and importance
  • Exploring - Able to investigate, research and consider alternatives
  • Information retrieval - Able to access different and multiple sources of information
  • Critical analysis & Problem Solving - Able to deconstruct and analyse problems or complex situations. To find solutions to problems through analyses and exploration of all possibilities using appropriate methods, rescources and creativity.
  • Caring - Showing concern for others; caring for children, people with disabilities and/or the elderly
  • Argument - Able to put forward, debate and justify an opinion or a course of action, with an individual or in a wider group setting
  • Self-awareness & Reflectivity - Having an awareness of your own strengths, weaknesses, aims and objectives. Able to regularly review, evaluate and reflect upon the performance of yourself and others

Subject specific skills

  • reflect upon a range of psychological sociological health historical and philosophical perspectives and consider how these underpin different understandings of babies and young children and childhood
  • apply multiple perspectives to early childhood issues recognising that early childhood studies involves a range of research methods theories evidence and applications
  • integrate ideas and findings across the multiple perspectives in early childhood studies and recognise distinctive early childhood studies approaches to relevant issues
  • evaluate competing positions in relation to the construction of babies and young children and childhood by different subjects societal agents and time place and culture
  • constructively critique theories practice and research in the area of child development
  • critically explore examine and evaluate the significance of the cultural historical and contemporary features of various policies institutions and agencies in regard to babies young children and childhood
  • produce critical arguments for improvements to multi-agency and multiprofessional practices for babies and young children

Resources

Talis Reading list

http://readinglists.bangor.ac.uk/modules/xac-2041.html

Reading list

Testun allweddol:

Arnett, J. & Hughes, M. (2012) Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: A Cultural Approach. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.

Testunau ychwanegol:

Coleman, J.C. (2011) The Nature of Adolescence (4th Ed) Hove: Routledge

Côté J. (2014) Youth Studies: Fundamental Issues and Debates Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Coy, M., Kelly, L., Elvines, F., Garner, M. & Kanyeredzi, A. (2013) “Sex Without Consent, I Suppose that is Rape”: How Young People in England Understand Sexual Consent.” Office of the Children’s Commissioner.

Furlong, A. (2009) Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood: New Perspectives and Agendas. Abingdon: Routledge

Moore, S.E.H. (2012) ‘Controlling passion? A review of recent developments in British sex education.’ Health, Risk & Society, vol.14, no.1, pp.25-40

Rothman, E. F., Kaczmarsky, C., Burke, N., Jansen, E. & Baughman, A. (2015) “Without porn… I wouldn’t know half the things I know now”: A qualitative study of pornography use among a sample of urban, low-income, black and Hispanic youth.’ The Journal of Sex Research, vol.52, no.7, pp. 736-746.

Ruddock, A. (2013) Youth and Media London: SAGE

Soller, B. (2014) ‘Caught in a bad romance: adolescent romantic relationships and mental health.’ Journal of Health and Social Behavior, vol.55, no.1, pp.56-72

Volpe, E.M., Morales-Alemán, M.M. & Teitelman, A.M. (2014) ‘Urban adolescent girls’ perspectives on romantic relationships: initiation, involvement, negotiation, and conflict.’ Issues in Mental Health Nursing, vol.35, pp. 776-790.

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