By Sandra Smidt
This can be the 1st booklet for early years pros and scholars such as suggestions on inspections and the way to fulfill the "desirable outcome". it truly is written in a transparent and available means, and gives information to advertise studying.
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They first took the children out into the square so that they could be part of a crowd and notice that not all the people were going in the same direction. They then suggested that the children draw one another—from the front, from the back and in profile. They then enlarged some of the drawings and shrunk others using the photocopier. The final versions were coloured in by the children, cut out and mounted on card so that they would stand upright. The resulting collection of images were placed upright in a large box so that the children had a symbolic representation of a crowd.
One of the most difficult things workers have to do is to explain to parents why play is important. Workers can only do that if they themselves understand this and understand how play is different from work. In 1996 the Curriculum and Assessment Authority for Wales published a consultation document on their proposal to introduce their ‘Desirable Outcomes for Children’s Learning Before Compulsory School Age’. In this they talk in some detail about the early years curriculum, reminding readers that it is about the child and that it is concerned not only with content but also with the context of learning.
They put Lego in one, the train set in another, the farm animals in a third and so on. I then sat with the children and wrote labels. The children were really interested in what I was doing and I noticed that they wrote their own labels for the next few days. Then I asked them to help me cut out pictures of the objects and stick these next to the name. Some children wanted to draw pictures of the toys and so some labels have got a word, a photograph and a child’s drawing. We thought it was going to be absolute chaos the first time we set the containers out on the floor in the morning before the children arrived—and it was.
A Guide to Early Years Practice (1998) by Sandra Smidt