Greet the child by name and smile at the child

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Greet the child by name and smile at the child. Listening and play share experience activity. 0. e. Describe what you would tell Mohammed to say to the other children if he decided that he would like to share the pebbles and feathers. Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 9 Version 1.1 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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SSB T CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide Please co me and play with me. May I play with this play dough. 0. f. What would you do if another child wouldn’t let Mohammed join in and use the peb- bles and feathers? How would you support this child to accept responsibility for his own actions also? It would be nice if Mohammed can share the pebbles and feathers. It would be nice if they take turns. 0. 1.3 Emotional Development Q&A Instructions to students Read and discuss the questions below with your class group and answer the ques- tions in the spaces provided, providing at least one (1) example for each. You can reference your workbooks and the internet. Remember to use your own words. Assessor note: Answer/s provided in the marking guide may not be exactly the same – students may provide similar or alternative answer to each of these questions. a. What could you say to a child who needed: I. Help to choose an appropriate behaviour II. To have feelings of frustration acknowledged III. To see a mistake and learn from the experience IV. To express their feelings appropriately V. Their efforts supported Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 10 Version 1.1 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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SSB T CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide 1.Acknowledge the child feeling and saying I know you want to play with the toy but at the moment Pooh is playing at the toy. You have to wait for your turn. 2.Deflection as him doing at the moment and focus on the new thing. 3.Told the child You can do it and let s do it again. 4.You need to see your words when you are upset. 5.Told the child good job b. How would you display children’s art work in a positive way that would include shar- ing with parents? In your answer include why you think your display will make sure children will be able to experience a sense of pride and confidence in their achieve- ments. I would displayed children’s art work….. Everyone should be fairly displayed Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 11 Version 1.1 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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SSB T CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide c. How would you help children persevere with challenges?
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