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Unit 2. level 2 Developing children and Time Sampling

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´╗┐Samantha Gilbert pin number-08/518942 centre number -491.000 Unit 2 D1 The expected social stage of social development for a four year old is that they are able to start to use and understand symbols for example ready or writing and they begin to grasp that pictures and symbols and represent real objects According Tassoni p (2002:40)? 4-6 year old start to use and understand symbols writing and reading? four year old are also friends and caring towards other as the gown in confidence with allows them to make new friend and play with others. By the time a child is four years their language and physical skills have developed .According to Tassoni p(2007,47)?they grow in confidence as they are able to make friends and play with others ?Children at the age or four can also play with other without help from a parent or adult. Children are more understand and can engage in a conversation and understand to share and co-operate with others children. Children may also show signed of verbal abuse when they get frustrated with an activity which is either too easy or too hard for them According to /www.greatschools.org (5/12/2012) children expresses anger verbally rather than physically. According to kate beith eal (2002,231) ...read more.


w Focusing on an activity involving a group of children using a particular resource e.g. the book or home corner, to evaluate the appropriateness of the provision. D4 The advantage of a time sampling is that you are able to see a child over a long period of time. you are also aloud to chose the time that you observe a child According to tassoni p ?2004,54) ?the main advantage of the time sample is that you can see what a child does over a long period of time? the disadvantages of the time saple is that you could miss what a child is doing or you might not have enough time to write all the noted down ACCORDING TO TASSONI P (2007,54) one disadvantage is that the child might show some interesting behaviour or skill out side of the sample time which could not be captured. according to www.sirenfilms.co.uk/store/usernotes/1235660055.580LID0.pdf ?Disadvantages of this technique are in being tied to clock watching and being restricted to only recording events that happen in the predetermined period. However, if appropriate it will give an objective record of behaviour and will show if concerns need intervention. Before starting any observation you must ensure that you have clear aims. ...read more.


It would also support proper table manners and allow them to interact with different groups of children that they may not interact with socially elsewhere. Table manners: this is part of what they learn at snack and mealtimes - not guzzling, eating with closed mouth, using tools and not fingers (where appropriate) .teaching the child to do things independently also if the child is pouring drinks into cups they are working on their eye hand co-ordination. Developing children's language by introducing new words when preparing for a meal and meal times are sometimes where discussion takes place so you can encourage the child to take part. children learn to wash their hands after toileting and always before meals also children are helped to understand others' beliefs, probably through the sharing of different holidays and festivals foods. D7- Within D1, diversity and inclusive practice has been met through describing the expected stage of social development of children aged 4. Within D2, diversity and inclusive practice has been met through describing the expected stage of social development of children ages 5 Within D3, diversity and inclusive practice has been met through describing one suitable method of observing and recording the social development of children ages 5 years. Within D4, diversity and inclusive practice has been met through explaining one advantage and one disadvantage of this method of observing children. ...read more.

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