11 List 3 examples of how you have applied culturally respectful practices to

11 list 3 examples of how you have applied culturally

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11) List 3 examples of how you have applied culturally respectful practices to ensure that the environment is supportive for all children andadults. (ie: role modelling, inclusive interactions, inclusive equitable conversations, spontaneous experiences). The first thing is that I have always treated all the children of the center with equality and respect and giving each one the same opportunities, regardless of religion, age, gender, culture, skin colour they have. 1. I always use supplementary block toys, such as multi-ethnic figures of people, trees, animals to be mindful of the range of options they have and to create awareness of diversity. 2. I displayed objects typical of different cultures (such as food, flags, instruments, ...) and hanged/exposed design and patterns representing different cultures/groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and families represented in the centre. While we were playing, I usually talked to them about these images or objects through inclusive conversations, serving as role modelling for them. 3. I taught children songs in different languages (Spanish and French) and simple cultural dances to teach them about my country and make them feel more inclusive with respect to other cultures. CHCECE001 Develop cultural competency/CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, V1 July,2017 Page 5 of 10 PART B You are required to plan and implement an experience, to a small group
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of children (using the ‘planning experience template’ on the next page).Your planned experience must support and foster positive attitudes for children to explore culture identity and inclusion. Using your own culture and/or the diverse backgrounds of the children and families within your service create an environment to support children’s cross-cultural understanding. Your experience must broaden children’s perspectives and support appreciation of diversity. Your planned experience may include a play space, story in another language, cultural game, cultural cooking experience, cultural event, song, dance or discussions. You must seek permission, signature from your workplace supervisor and agree on a suitable time during the routine program of the day before you implement the experience. Your workplace supervisor must sign off on your planned experience after you have implemented it to confirm that you have completed the experience. Planning Experience Template Planning Experience – Before you implement. Name and describe the experience you will be implementing: (ie: describe your planned play spaceof cultural game, cultural cooking experience, cultural event, song, dance or discussions, etc.) Aboriginal Dot Painting This activity consists of painting rocks in the style/inspired of aboriginal dot painting artsuch as brown, black, red and yellow.
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