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Give more opportunity to practice the skill and discuss with the child how to do. 1.4 Cognitive Development - Observing Practice Instructions to students In your class group you will be watching the below vignetter. You are required to ob- serve the young child using the pencils and make jottings of the emerging skills she is demonstrating i.e. pencil control palmer grip etc. and then answer the questions be- low in the spaces provided. - tice-eylf-nqs/marking-with-coloured-pencils/ 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. Identify one skill that the child is learning (this needs to be an emerging skill) b. Describe what the child is doing to let you know the skill is emerging c. Provide an example of how you would scaffold this learning d. How would the child’s peers scaffold this learning? Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 12 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 a. Drawing , using a pencil. b.Drawing on the paper and try to control the pencil. c.Role-model ; provide more material, pencil, paper ; give a big sheet of paper, big pencils. d.The other children will be will be demonstrate, responding and en- couraging. e. What materials, resources, technologies and experiences can you provide to children that will support their learning in the following areas? (guide I. Problem – Solving II. Numbers III. Matching IV. Sorting 1. Give them memory games, objects to weigh, sequencing, puzzles, card game, table top games, UNO, board games. 2. Table top games, cards, UNO, board games; cards games 3. Memory games/cards ; flash cards, swap cards 4. sorting by give the children shapes of blocks so they can sort based on each by the shapes. Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 13 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 f. Choose one of the experiences in the above question and write down what you might say to the children at this activity to assist and scaffold their learning. could be memory games, so by showing the children different shapes, different colours and encourage them to matching the shapes based on their memory. g. List 4 environmental influences that will effect early brain development. rest nutrition environment - safe & stimulating clean water oxygen resources appropriate level self stimulating age appropriate material h. What does Lev Vygotsky call the window of opportunity which allows the child’s emerging skills to be developed?
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