By Sandra Smidt
This is often the 1st ebook for early years execs and scholars which include counsel on inspections and the way to fulfill the "desirable outcome". it truly is written in a transparent and obtainable approach, and provides suggestions to advertise studying.
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Maria, a parent volunteer, comments that Jordan has been unsettled and weepy and suggests that it may be the presence of the new baby that is upsetting her. The group decided that they will set up a baby clinic in the home corner area and spend a few minutes discussing what materials and equipment they will need and how they will gather this together. The group leader, Alicia, says she thinks that four-year-old Hamish is on the verge of reading. She observed him retelling the story of ‘Not Now Bernard’ and actually pointing to the words as he did so.
You will also remember that a good early years curriculum refers to all the experiences a child encounters and not only to acquiring a body of knowledge and a repertoire of skills. One last point: you might like to ask yourself whether 42 THE EARLY YEARS CURRICULUM the approach here reflects a view of childhood as important in itself or sees it merely as a preparation for the next stage—that is for Key Stage 1. The six areas of learning identified in the document are as follows. Personal and Social Development The Outcomes focus on how the child is learning to work, play and cooperate with others and to function in a wider group than that of the family.
Exploring Writing and Play in the Early Years, David Fulton Publishers, 1995. , ‘Meaningful Interaction’ in Robson, S. and Smedley, S. (eds) Education in Early Childhood, David Fulton Publishers, 1996. , The Meaning Makers, Hodder and Stoughton, 1986. 31 3 THE EARLY YEARS CURRICULUM There is an increasing tendency throughout the developed world for planners to believe that the earlier young children start formal learning, the better the results will be. From what you have read in Chapter 1 of this book you will know that the way in which young children learn is different from the way in which older children or adults learn.
A Guide to Early Years Practice (1998) by Sandra Smidt