Disadvantage of This Method of Observing of Childeren

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Assignment task:

The whole task must be completed in order to achieve the unit. You must show an understanding of diversity and inclusive practice throughout the assignment.

You work in an early years setting with children aged 4 years. A meeting is to be held to discuss the children’s social development. The children in this group will soon be moving to a different setting. 1. Describe the expected stage of social development of children aged 4 years and children aged 5 years The expected stage of social development of children aged 4 years| |

The expected stage of social development of children aged 5 years| |

2. Consider how and why practitioners observe children in the setting:

Describe ONE suitable method of observing and recording the social development of children aged 5 years| |

Explain ONE advantage of this method of observing children| |

Explain ONE disadvantage of this method of observing children| |

Explain how observations can be used to support the development of children| |

Explain why it is important to understand the pattern of development of children from birth to 16 years| |

3. Identify the main influences that may affect the social development of children| |

4. Describe how snack and meal times can support the social development of development| |
5. Write about how children’s development may be affected when they experience transitions and ways the practitioner can support children through transitions

Write about how children’s development may be affected when they experience transitions| |

Write about ways the practitioner can support children through transitions| |

6. Reflects on the reasons why everyday care routines are important in early years group settings| |
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