their language skills and develop through a lot of wide range activities e.g. how to learn their numbers. 5-7 year olds go to primary school where they learn how to read and write. All primary schools need to teach subjects as English, Maths and science by following this they would also follow the National Curriculum. Parents have to be informed to see if their children are making any progress and if they are fitting in.
Summarise entitlement and provision for early year’s education- Government within the United Kingdom sets out certain guidelines within the education sector, which outline what each child is entitled to within their education. There are two main legislations know as Every child matters and the Children’s act in which the government states that every child aged 3 and 4 are entitled to 15 hours of free child care each week. Although parents would have to contribute to any additional childcare their child required. These funded hours are available within many different childcare and education settings such as school nurseries, private nurseries and childminder facilities. The early year’s foundation stage have particular targets which they are required to meet, although these are introduced in the notion of learning to play which assists teachers to identify the learning aspects within children’s playtime.
(Material may include textbooks, journals, magazines and other publications and websites.) Authorised by Roger Beard Prepared by Leanne Elliott Publications Code N025297 All the material in this publication is copyright © Edexcel Limited 2010 Contents Qualification title covered by this specification Key features of the Edexcel Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce (QCF) What is the purpose of this qualification? Who is this qualification for? What are the benefits of this qualification to the learner and employer? What progression opportunities are available to learners who achieve this qualification?
We also have things like number lines, number grids and 100 squares, counting kids, bugs, animals etc., beaded number lines and arrays that the children can use during numeracy lessons to help them investigate and work out their findings. Resources such as coins, dice, dominoes, beads and plastic bricks are also readably available for the children to use. Intervention lessons are carried out on a daily/weekly basis to help those children that may need additional support, helping them with number recognition, number placement and writing numbers. The teachers use WALT’s and WILF’s that explain what the learning
Task | Evidence required | Unit coverage | A | Complete tables | 1. Know the main stages of children and young person development1.1/ 1.2 | B | Complete tables | 2. Understand the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development2.1/ 2.2 | C | Complete tables | 3. Understand the potential effects of transitions on children and young people’s development3.1/ 3.2/ 3.3 | Task A(Ref 1.1, 1.2) The candidate will complete the following four tables showing the different stages of development against the different ages, and identify how development is holistic by showing links to other developmental aspects. 1.
What is happening in the child’s environment. It also includes whether the child has any additional needs or which children/people are around the child as the child may act differently around different groups of friends and different members of staff. To assess young children in a setting you follow the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) the EYFS give guidelines as to what a child should achieve at what age or stage. To find out what stage a child is achieving members of staff, especially the key person, perform observations and record these. These observations should cover all areas which are Physical development, Communication and language, Literacy, Personal, social and education, Maths, Art and design and Understanding the world.
A Third entity, The Core Knowledge Foundation has developed a Sequence for Language Arts. The Sequence represents an effort to describe and state the specific core of shared knowledge that all children should learn in U.S. schools, and that speakers and writers assume their audience knows. It should be emphasized that The Core Knowledge Sequence is not a list of facts to be memorized. Rather, it is a guide to coherent content from grade to grade, designed to encourage cumulative academic progress as children build their knowledge and skills from one year to the next. The Core Knowledge Sequence is distinguished by its specificity.
Task 2: Legislation, policies and procedures Home Study Written Task Introduction This task prepares you for working in a school. It will help you to understand the reasons for key legislation, policies and procedures which are followed in schools and how schools operate within a wider context. Assessment You can either use the templates that follow to record your work, or produce your own. You will be assessed on your knowledge and understanding, through your assessor looking at your written records. All your research and written work should be stored in your Learner Pack alongside the task.
NCFE Level 3 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Assignment 1 Unit 1: Child and Young Person Development Task 1: Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth - 19 years. Sequential development and the rate of development are different but they tend to work with one another; sequential development states that a child must finish one area of development before moving on to another, the rate of development refers to the pace at which a child develops. Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) proposed that development is the gaining of skills in all aspects of a person’s life; he saw child development as consisting of passing through a series of periods of stable development. These periods and different stages of stable development are referred to as the rate of development; each category falls into a group of years such as stage 1 being infancy which is 0-3 years, stage 2 being pre-school/school which is age is 3-7 years, stage 3 being school age which is 7-12 years and stage 4 being puberty which is 12-19 years. Throughout these developmental stages there are aspects which define the standard development that a person is measured against; these are physical, cognitive, language and speech, social and emotional, and sex/ gender identity.
Discuss the educational and environmental conditions that are conducive to teaching reading and math in middle childhood. It has often been said that it takes a whole village to educate a child. Children learn from watching others, working with others, and experiencing first hand the whole way of learning. Most children are born inquisitive and eager to learn. Preschoolers and early childhood learners are in the discovery mode and must be allowed to experience the relevancy of learning.