if I choose to have another child I will at least know what to do or what not to do to prevent this from occurring again. My son is compassionate and caring. He possesses high levels of character that is evident to all who come in contact with him. He is presently in the 4th grade and reads on a 2.3 -3.0 reading level. His issue is not that he cannot learn but that he learns differently from others. He is able to recite certain cartoons in their entirety and has great drawing abilities. I am
correctly and appropriately. The local authorities are responsible of ensuring that all children meet this outcomes, they must ensure that they all work together and gather information about the vulnerable children and young people to enable them to support themselves and put structures in place to achieve this. 1.2 Within a childcare setting all staff has the responsibility to ensure that the children are looked after and safe at all times. It also ensures that staffs are trained correctly and have
and learning. Cognition is a term referring to the mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and comprehension. These processes include thinking, knowing, remembering, judging, and problem solving. These functions are considered to be higher level functions of the brain and encompass language, imagination, perception and planning (Cherry, 2014). Before educators plan for instructions they should put into consideration the learners cognitive processing abilities and disabilities. The second subtype
the other hand, gaining from classrooms is surely the other-way-around form of learning. Children tend to receive different kind of approach, by which, it is the teacher examines each student to know how much capable are they to proceed to the next level of learning. Students are expected to show how aware they are,from the factual information the teacher fed them. The learning you had from your past outside the classroom is considered primarily for you to achieve your goal in the future, though graduating
be different. Each child will be offered a free snack every session. For your child to receive a place you must be entitled to one of the following benefits: ✓ Income support. ✓ Income based job seekers allowance (JSA). ✓ Income related employment and support allowance (ESA). ✓ Support through part of the immigration and asylum act. ✓ Guaranteed element of state pension credit. ✓ Child tax credit and earn less than £16,190 per year.
danger, fireman come into the school and teach the children about fire safety and the Right Start Programme teaches children about road safety for pedestrians, although within schools children are safeguarded to a very high standard, schools can only support, give advice and train children/young people in how to safeguard themselves outside of school and strive to help the children safeguard themselves independently.
LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE (ADULTS) Promote Communication In Health, Social Care Or Children’s and Young People’s Settings UNIT SHC31 (EDI UNIT - CU1530) LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE (ADULTS) PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU START: Some of the units/assessment criteria are competence based. This means that it is linked to your ability to competently perform a range of tasks connected with your work. These assessment criteria(s) will require your assessor to observe
0This front sheet must be completed by the learner where appropriate and included with the work submitted for assessment. Unit: 6 Culture and Diversity in Health and Social Care Course: BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care Learner Name (Please enter your name):|Kelci harris| Assessor Name: Mike Tenbeth|Internal Verifier: Jayne Boyns| Lead IV Sampled? (Y/N)|Pre-Issue IV Date:16/04/2012| Assignment Title: 6c Cultural Diversity|Assignment Ref (if used):| Issue Date: 10/03/14|End
Level 3 Diploma CU1537.1 Understanding the importance of speech, language and communication for children’s overall development. 1 Explain each of the term a) Speech This means the expression of or the ability to express thought and feeling by articulate sounds or the way a person’s style of speaking. To speak involves a physical motor ability to talk, language is a symbolic, ruled governed system used to convey a message. b) Language This means the words that you speak it can be
number of different methods, not just through speech. Communicating is about how we respond to each other. This can be done through facial expression, touch, body movement or the way that a person dresses can convey a lot. People communicate on all levels whether this be personal or professional. When people communicate, information is being shared with another and through this a relationship or bond can be formed. In the workplace when I am supporting an individual, I get to know them and thus a relationship