Get A Guide to Early Years Practice (1998) PDF

By Sandra Smidt

ISBN-10: 0203177908

ISBN-13: 9780203177907

ISBN-10: 0415169615

ISBN-13: 9780415169615

This is often the 1st e-book for early years pros and scholars together with advice on inspections and the way to satisfy the "desirable outcome". it's written in a transparent and available means, and provides tips to advertise studying.

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26 SUPPORTING AND EXTENDING LEARNING In light of what you have read so far do you think that this is an appropriate or adequate response? Children like all sorts of things. They like eating sweets and drinking Coca Cola and watching TV. This does not mean that these things are good for them. As nursery workers our goals must be to enhance children’s learning and development and all activities should be planned with some valid learning goal in mind. If you are planning a cutting and sticking activity your reason might be to help develop children’s use of fine tools.

When he has done that he is directed to the first activity of the day. The teacher reports that Sacha struggles to trace his name, which surprises his mother who has seen Sacha write his name and the names of his family and friends in the writing he chooses to do at home. When she tells the teacher this the information is received with a knowing smile which leads Sacha’s mother to feel that she is being labelled as pushy. She resolves to say no more about what she believes that Sacha can do. 6.

The adult who is on ‘duty’ is sitting on a chair where she has a good view of all the activities. She is drinking a cup of tea and, every so often, yells a warning. Occasionally children come over to her to be comforted or to ask for something. When asked what her role is, she confidently replies that she is there in order to ensure that the children play safely. Her role is that of supervisor. It is obvious that children’s safety must be a prime concern and workers must do everything they can to ensure this.

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