Scenario Jonty Jonty 3 years 1 month is still learning to share When at the

Scenario jonty jonty 3 years 1 month is still

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Scenario: Jonty Jonty (3 years 1 month) is still learning to share. When at the play dough table Jonty gathers as much dough as he can and refuses to share. Amy joins Jonty at the table. Amy: “Jonty can I have some of that play dough?” Jonty: “No, it’s mine!” Amy: “No it’s not. You have to share!” Jonty: “No!” Amy goes to the educator: “Jonty won’t share the play dough.” Educator: “I’m sure he will Amy. Let’s go and ask him.” Amy: “No, I already did and he said no.” Educator: “Let’s try again.” The educator sits at the table and prompts Amy to ask for some dough. “Jonty can I have some play dough?” Jonty reluctantly hands over some of the dough to Amy. Educator: “Can I have some dough too Jonty?” Educator: “Thanks Jonty, that’s great shar ing. I like it when you listen to what others are saying. What are we going to do with this play dough?” How did the educator’s response support both Jonty and Amy to listen and respond to each other with respect?
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CHCECE003 Provide care for children. Theory Tasks 29 Student Assessment Booklet: V1.3| April18 Question 5 Reflect and draw on the knowledge you have acquired from the text and readings in this unit to answer the following question. Scenario: Asher Asher (3 years 3 months) and his mother, Tara are new to the area. Asher and Tara have been on several orientation visits to the service and Asher has interacted well with the educators and children. Today will be the first time Asher’s mother will leave him at the service. Tara is anxious that Asher will cry when she leaves. During the orientation visits Tara had attempted to leave Asher for a short time but he became too distressed. Tara has secured a part-time job which she is due to start tomorrow. Asher likes to do puzzles, build with the blocks and play with the train set. There are several other children in the group who are extremely social who have approached Asher to play. Asher appears to be developing well and has been happy and relaxed in hi s mother’s presence. Asher has a rabbit called ‘Bob’ that he carries with him at all times. a) List the questions you might ask Asher’s mother to help you develop a separation routine/ritual.
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CHCECE003 Provide care for children. Theory Tasks 30 Student Assessment Booklet: V1.3| April18 b) Suggest a separation routine for Asher and his mother to follow. Question 6 Reflect and draw on the knowledge you have acquired from the text and readings in this unit to answer the following question. Scenario: Big boys don’t cry Milo (3 years 4 months) is having a bad day. He arrives at 7:45am with his father Jon, who is looking a little harassed. Milo has been attending the service for 18 months and usually separates quite happily. Today he is upset and both father and son appear to be on edge. The following occurs: Jon: “Okay, Milo put your bag away and give Daddy a kiss.” Milo doesn’t move, he is looking down. Jon: “Come on Milo, Daddy has to go to work.” Milo does not respond, so Jon takes Milo’s bag from him and puts it in Milo’s bag bay. Jon then bends down and kisses Milo, saying “Have a good day. I’ll see you this
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