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I believe that I have been a positive role model for children in my placement as I always use my manners and I am polite towards the staff, parents/carers and children that bring them into the nursery.

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I believe that I have been a positive role model for children in my placement as I always use my manners and I am polite towards the staff, parents/carers and children that bring them into the nursery. I make sure that I always welcome the children and adults into the nursery with a polite attitude, I also am always happy in the nursery so this makes the children feel happy and comfortable in their environment. By showing the children how to use their manners and be polite toward other children this encourages them to act in this manner. Vygotsky's theory led him to the conclusion that children learn from adults and other children around them. ...read more.

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I make sure that if theirs a mess one the floor and I see it; I make sure that I clean it up before so that no children or adults can slip or trip over and get hurt. This leads to the children being encourage to help tidy their mess away. I am a positive role model as I show the children that having the correct body language and facial expression towards children is polite and it will make them feel happy as well as secure. The children will then follow and will show positive body language as they will get positive reinforcement because they are being nice. ...read more.

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I always communicate with the children when they are playing in the setting in order to make them feel good about themselves, giving them a complement and valuing them makes them feel like they are important and that they have a say. I have a positive attitude towards work. If I get asked to do anything I always do it, and do not ask questions, when I am asked to tidy up the children see that listing to their teacher and doing what they say is polite and they then show that they are willing to do whatever they are asked to do. ?? ?? ?? ?? Diary Task - Unit 3: Supporting Children Jessica Wilkins ...read more.

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