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TMG Assessment Cover Sheet & Learner Assessment Pack tmg.edu.au | 1300 888 TMG (1300 888 864) Frameworks for Learning and Development 4th ed. 2017. Chapter 4: Supporting Communication, Language and Literacy Part B: Refer to Frameworks for Learning and Development 4th ed. 2017. Chapter 5: Planning for Learning: Cognitive Development and Creativity, page 206 What did Piaget mean by the term ‘scheme’? Answer in 25 -30 words.
Part C: Refer to Birth to Big School 4th ed. 2017 Chapter 1: Introduction to Child Development, page 33 Describe the patterns of behavior for each of the following ‘schemes. Scheme Pattern of behaviour Transporting Transporting can be the urge to carry many things on your hands at one time, in jars, in buckets and baskets, or even better containers with wheels. Enveloping To have a sheet over your head, wrapping things in fabrics or with tape and paper - all actions seen in the Enveloping schema. An extension of this is peek- a-boo, now you see it now you don't, a concept that The Malka Group Pty Ltd Trading as TMG College Australia | Registered Training Organisation #21694 | CRICOS Provider Code 03397E Document Type: DC-1262 TMG Assessment Coversheet & Learner Assessment Pack Version 7.4 Release Date: June 2019 Page 49 of 120 Unit details: CHCECE017 Foster the holistic development and wellbeing of the child in early childhood
TMG Assessment Cover Sheet & Learner Assessment Pack tmg.edu.au | 1300 888 TMG (1300 888 864) Frameworks for Learning and Development 4th ed. 2017. Chapter 4: Supporting Communication, Language and Literacy just keeps on amusing. Enclosure The urge to fill up cups with water, climb into cardboard boxes or kitchen draws, build fences for the animals or to put all the animals inside the circular train track, it is the Enclosure/Container schema. Positioning Positioning things neatly into alignment on our desk, ordering the books on the self, getting creative when you plate the dinner or even just tidying-up. We see a child lining up their cars, making sure the whale is next to the cow, or turning all the cups upside down. The Positioning is a schema that is kept alive in us all. Transformin g The urge to Transform can come in many forms; holding all your food in your mouth for a long time to see what it turns into, mixing your juice with your fish pie, water with dirt, or helping Granny with mixing the bread dough. Its only natural that once you have explored and learnt about a raw material you should want to do further testing... there is a scientist and a chef in everyone. Part D: Refer to Birth to Big School 4th ed. 2017 Chapter 3: Talking and Thinking, page 236 Encouraging and valuing children’s questions are important strategies for assisting the development of cognitive abilities.

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