Assignment 1: Content Review Directions: Respond to each item. Each response should be concise and 2–3 paragraphs in length.Use MS Word to write your responses, and submit your answers to all three questions in one Word document.Copy and paste each question into the document, so your Instructor can see which questions you are answering. Identify and briefly describe three specific trends in child poverty and/or homelessness in the U.S. over the past 5–10 years. For each trend, describe one possible implication of the trend for children’s growth and development.Identify at least three ways in which poor families match or exceed more affluent families in areas relating to family or community life. For each way, provide at least one possible reason for this trend.Identify and describe at least three specific consequences of child poverty and/or homelessness for children and/or for society-at-large. Assignment 2: Linking Trends and Issues Through Research To begin this assignment, choose one specific trend/issue relating to children’s health or children’s family/peer relationships. It can be one that you studied in this course (i.e. obesity, autism, ADHD, nontraditional family structures, parental relations, etc.), or it can be another children’s health or relationship trend/issue of interest to you. Using the Walden Library, Internet, and/or print resources, locate a recent article or research study that draws a connection between your chosen health or relationship trend/issue and the larger world as it affects children, specifically technology/media influences or issues related to child poverty. After you have chosen the article, write a 3- to 4-page summary and analysis of the article that includes responses to the following questions: What specific connection(s) does the article draw between your chosen health or relationship trend/issue and a trend/issue related to the larger world? Provide a brief summary.Do these findings surprise you? Do they confirm what you already suspected? Explain.What are the implications of these findings for practice in schools, homes, youth programs, etc.? Identify and describe at least two specific implications including at least one for professionals who work with school-age children in a setting of your choice.Do you think further research is needed? If so, why, and what kind? If not, why not?