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You can also use your workbook and the internet as references. Please 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. Choose two (2) daily routines and discuss how they can be used as opportunities to support children to acquire and practice skills. (guide 1-2 sentences each routine) - feeding - dressing - toileting - setting the table - setting their own cot - packing sand pit - self help skills - independence - ownership/recognition of own belonging Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 5 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 0. b. Choose one activity that will assist in the development of fine motor skills and list the equip- ment you would require for this activity (guide 1-2 sentences) scissors skills(cutting) The equipment for activities include paper and scissors. 0. c. Choose one activity that will assist in the development of gross motor skills that will also challenge and will encourage choice and spontaneity in physically active play. (guide 1-2 sen- tences) 0. d. A child is learning to talk while in your service. Give one idea of how you could support this learning within the service environment. (guide 1-2 sentences) reading book music singing repeating words or sound make a story 0. List one biological and one environmental factor that might result in a child having delayed speech development (2 bullet points) - not hearing properly/loss_B - injury to brain_B - confusing learning two more languages_E - lack or limited communication_E - poor social environment_E - child has a history of delayel speech_B Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE010 Support the holistic development of children in early childhood Written Task 6 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 e. Give to examples of how children take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing by recognising and communicating their bodily needs. (guide 1-2 sentences) 0. f. One of the causes of poor early childhood development is “lack of materials and resources”. Which elements/s from the National Quality Standards (NQS) provide guidance to a service in relation to this having sufficient resources, materials and equipment? NQS -Education and programming/ -safety -physical environment/ -staffing arrangement -relationship -leadership and service management 3.2.2 0. 1.2 Social Development Case Study Instructions to the students Discuss the following case study with class group about and answer the following questions in the spaces provided 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.
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