Difficulty with reading and writing If a child is having problems with reading and writing this could cause concern. This could be recognised, as a child would be at a delayed rate to the rest of his/her peers. This could affect the child’s /young person’s behaviour/social development...Low self esteem and loss of confidence may be a result. With peers of the same being more advanced ridicule and bullying may result Learning to communicate is one of the main skills a child needs to help them develop in all areas. They can quickly fall behind from peers of the same age.
Expressing their emotions and talking about them can help children to understand acceptable social behaviour. Not being able to this can lead to temper tantrums or other challenging behaviour. •Behaviour- Language can be used to set limits and boundaries for children behaviour. Children model their own behaviour on others and if adults can effectively communicate and exchange age or developmental appropriate information with children this can encourage them to behave in acceptable ways. Frustration at their own inability to communicate effectively can lead to behavioural problems.
Sometimes this is learned behaviour from home and is hard for young children to understand that you are telling them it is not okay to call names because of someone’s skin colour or how they look . It is important to be consistent and reinforce that it’s not okay and it is very upsetting and hurtful. How would they feel if they were left out. We need to teach our children empathy from an early age and to respect each other regardless of race, age, gender, how we look, where were from. 2.2 Any form of prejudice and discrimination can have a severe negative effect throughout a person’s life.
We may regularly work with children in small groups or on a one-to-one basis. We are likely to be the person who the child feels more comfortable to talk to when the rest of the class are not around. It is important that we know how to recognize when abuse may be happening and what action we should take. While we must avoid jumping to conclusions we must always be observant. We may notice physical signs or changes in a child’s behaviour, or the child may hint or disclose to us that they are being abused or bullied.
So say if you act out on these attitudes, it could have a bad effect on the children your working with and other children they might know, and you would not want them to copy your own actions in a result. Everyone from child to adult that we may meet on a day to day basis could have a different opinion to mine, and are more than likely will have different values and mind sets. When you are around children of your own or other parents children, you have to be in control of the things you are saying and the actions you are taking, because children can take so much information and tend to copy what an adult says and does, as most children will see there family and other adults as a role model. Like me for example, i act almost the same age as the children i work with, but yet at the same time i act a mature age to show them what they should and should not say and be careful of what i am saying to the children when with them in class. If we go and show bad attitude and show that we are negative to certain people around them.
Type of Play Play is very important in the child’s growth and development (Myers 2012). The type of play that is found in early childhood are things that use their hands, and minds. Using games/toys helps kids interact with other kids to create a social environment and comfort. Play also helps children learn in many ways (Myers 2012). You usually find kids playing with blocks, building things, and games that use their imagination (Guyton
Communication with other children may be limited which could affect the child's emotional and social development as the child may feel left out which could leave them feeling sad or even angry within the situation. This could then lead to the child not wanting to join in with future activities. 2.1 The main influences that can affect a child's development is their parents. Parents will affect the background of a child as they are the ones who bring the child into the world and also cultural beliefs are pass down from the parents, also if there is any abuse in the family background this will affect the child's development as they may experience more sad and angry emotions. The child's health will also be influenced by the parents as they could pass on a genetic disorder on to the child for example a heart problem and they could spend a lot of time in hospital and miss out socialising with peers .
However in a situation like this practitioners need to recognise that when the child needs to be referred to others. Sometimes children’s behaviour could show some signs that they need some extra support. This means that a practitioner needs to recognise when children need to be referred to another colleague or a professional. However a practitioner needs to encourage positive behaviour and manage children’s common behaviour. Specific types of unwanted behaviour that should be referred to others: • When pupils are a danger to themselves and/or others • When you are dealing with a difficult situation on your own • If pupils are not carrying out your instructions and you are not in control of the situation • When you are not comfortable dealing with a pupil, for example they are behaving in a threatening manner or behaving unpredictably • When an incident is serious enough to warrant the involvement of a senior member of staff.
This way it keeps everybody equal in terms of wearing the correct clothing and may reduce or even stop young people/children from being discriminated. 2.2/2.4 I think that the impact of prejudice & discrimination could have a major influence on a young person/child when it comes to their learning. It could have an affect on their own self-esteem by making them feel down and low. This might make them want to stop learning altogether and start becoming disruptive to the class and the teacher. Their social development might become affected because if they feel they are being discriminated, then they might not want to play along with other and may just keep themselves to themselves.
This happens because a child learns to predict how his parent will react, whether it is positive or negative. They also learn that doing certain things will make their parents do certain things. • Disorganized children will do things that seem to make no sense. • Sometimes these children will speak really fast and will be hard to understand. • Very young children might freeze in their footsteps for no apparent reason.