What You Want To Do As a Kid vs What You Want as an Adult. Things are changed as an kid as an adult age, most of child in childhood are careless but in adult age they might changes.
As a life is lived, it grows, and there are stages of this growth. In this growing,there are times of understanding and seeing the world in alternate ways, with similaritiesand differences in each aspect. These stages can be simply broken up into two groups:the life of adults, and the life of children. The ways that life is lived at these two stagesare drastically different but speciﬁc aspects in how the mind behaves and how itreasons situations can be obviously different, or strangely similar. These similarities anddifferences between these stages can be compared and contrasted by using thoughts,actions, and the overall will of a person at a certain age and understanding,
1. When you’re a kid you don’t have to worry about anything. You want food? Voila! There it is. Cooked and ready for the taking.
2. Who cares about money and paying for bills? You have no financial responsibilities whatsoever, your biggest problem is trying to figure out how to stay up past your bed time.
3. And while we’re on the subject of sleeping, as a kid you’re actually forced to take naps. I wish there were mandatory nap times at work now.
4. You have boundless energy! There aren’t any sore or stiff muscles. Kids don’t walk around the next day after a basketball game saying, “Oh my back! My knees!”
5. You want to dress up like a princess or a super hero go ahead. You’re a kid, people think it’s cute and adorable not weird or creepy like they will when you get older.
6. Kids can say anything and no one gets offended. It’s like they get an automatic free pass or something. “Oh that’s just kids being kids.” Well, I guess old people get this pass too so it goes to both sides.
7. Kids aren’t inhibited by what people think. They’re so trusting and let their imaginations take over.
Adults and children can be contrasted in how they act and the way they physically respond to situations. Children have been seen to act in a more free manor,worrying mostly about themselves, over time learning to consider other’s views and feelings when completing an action. Typical adult actions, however, are almost entirely controlled by thoughts and feelings aware of the world around them. Children act on impulses, while adults have been mentally trained to act against these impulses, acting in a way to appear acceptable in their society, generally. There is a lot of pressure on adults to conform to act a certain way, as there is for children, but only adults feel this pressure. Children are somewhat aware of what they can get away with, as ﬁguring this out is one of the basic ways they learn how to act. By the time they reach adulthood they understand what is acceptable at what times and what is not. Whether they conform to these standards or not is their choice, but they are aware of the fact that the standards do exist. With this knowledge adults decide their actions,
Instruction for adults must address the goals that students are working to meet. Students that are learning computer applications, for example, will learn best if they are given opportunities to practice the application in the context of their work environment. As an instructor, you’ll need to let adult learners know how each learning objective helps them to meet their goal. Adults often prefer to be self-directed. You can act as a facilitator of the class, providing adults with ways to choose how to demonstrate their new knowledge. Children often look to the teacher for direction in a classroom setting. While it is desirable to teach children how to be self-directed learners, they rarely enter a classroom as such.
watch the birthday party of childhood vs adulthood.