Describe your immediate context such as the following: family; your schools and teachers; your peer groups; the media you prefer (e.g., favorite TV shows, books, movies); and your surrounding community influenced your development.

Think of yourself at a particular time in your childhood (e.g., age 10). Using the model from Urie Bronfenbrenner (pp. 40-41), reflect about EACH the five contexts.Begin each of the five with a heading in bold (as below), and describe how you believe the factors in your life affected your development physically, cognitively, and socially. Write at least 25 words in at least 3 sentence for each of the 5 contexts.1. Biological (Person) ContextDescribe your genetic/person context, such as the following: how your genetic makeup and your developmental stage influenced your development; your personality.2. MicrosystemDescribe your immediate context such as the following: family; your schools and teachers; your peer groups; the media you prefer (e.g., favorite TV shows, books, movies); and your surrounding community influenced your development.3. MesosystemDescribe the interconnections between other components, such as the following: how your parents interacted with your peers, how your parents interacted with your school, whether your parents helped with schoolwork; how your community supported your school or activities (e.g., sports).4. ExosystemDescribe your socioeconomic context, such as the following: parents’ jobs; vacations you took; whether there was a divorce in your family.5. MacrosystemDescribe your cultural context, such as the following: your ethnic heritage; your religious affiliations;whether you lived in an urban (city) or rural (country) setting; your social class (poor, working class, middle class, wealthy); how a historical event (such as terrorists attacks of September of 2001) or more gradual historical changes (the change in the number of women who work outside of the home) influenced you as an individual.