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In preparation for managing child Ds behaviour, I am going to ask my supervisor for the behaviour policy.

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Unit 2: Development from Conception to Age 16 years Task 2 2.4 In preparation for managing child D's behaviour, I am going to ask my supervisor for the behaviour policy. I will then use this same policy to help me understand how managing behaviour is being approached in my setting. I will also use it set behaviour goals for child D, who is 3years old. The behaviour goals for Child D are: * To play alongside other children * To say please and Thank you * To share Toys and Food with other children * Be Kind to each other * Listen to your Teacher On the 1st of February, I arrived at the placement at 8am with a very positive attitude, believing that child D was going to achieve her behaviour goals. I was going to help child to achieve this at lunch time, by not to disrupt other children and stay seated at the table I then said to child D on day 1 "are you going to eat you're your food nicely like the other children?" ...read more.

Middle

nice weekend, I wanted to see if child D was able to carry out some certain instructions such as "can u find your coat?" the children were just about to get ready to go to the garden to play with the snow, so I told child D to find his coat so he found his coat and showed it to me and I praised him and was delighted he got his coat all by himself so I decided to tell his key person and she praised him too, he looks happy and very delighted. On the fourth day I attended the nursery again with a positive attitude, hoping to that child D was going to show more wanted behaviours, child D was playing with the toys on the carpet, and saw another child playing with a different toy, and child D snatches it off the other child, which made the other child really upset. ...read more.

Conclusion

Furthermore child D reached most of her goals, and showed wanted behaviour throughout my observation, I believe this was because I used positive and sensitive support, as well as self fulfilling prophecy. Although I didn't use skinner theory which was the reward charts, I believe it would have been very helpful and would have worked extremely well because I asked my friend chellsee how the chart worked, and she explained to me, that is was a good way for a child to show wanted behaviour and even when child D showed unwanted behaviour, she could tell her in a positive way, for example, if the child picks up her cup after tea time she can have a sticker. I believe things like this can help a child understand the difference between wanted and unwanted behaviour and can also be resolved if simple instruction. ?? ?? ?? ?? Funmilayo Olamide OLAHAN Pin Number : 11/714572 Kingston College Site Number : 348 ...read more.

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