Some examples to get the child to participate in the

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Some examples to get the child to participate in the discussion in a meaningful way could include: selecting 2-3 children to visually demonstrate what they would do if they came across some litter you could go around in a circle asking the children 1 by 1 what they do at home e.g. if they recycle that way they don't have to volunteer themself directly during the discussion instead of children calling out or raising their hands, you could individually select children to contribute you could turn it into something fun, by turning it into a game for all to participate or make it more friendly by making a song out of it so its engaging
Assessor Comment: Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory 2. You hold a group discussion about the animals that the children see outside. When you ask the group, "What do birds eat?", one child responds that birds only eat seed. What would you do?
Assessor Comment: Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory 3. You have asked a group of children to decide which song they would like to sing at the end of year concert to which family are invited. They cannot agree on one song. What would you suggest?
Assessor Comment: Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory Activity 6 Children are engaging in free play. Quite suddenly two children start to cry and yell at each other and even start to pull each other's hair. It seems that they are in conflict about who should get to play with a doll. What steps would you take to resolve the conflict? Provide a detailed response.
Assessor Comment: Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory
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