Tda 2.1 Child & Young Person Development

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Kirsty Andrews

| | | |TDA 2.1 |CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT |

CACHE Level 2 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools – Work book 1
Contents

Learning Outcome 1.1………………………………………………3.7

Learning Outcome 1.2………………………………………………8

Learning Outcome 2.1………………………………………………9

Learning Outcome 2.2………………………………………………10

Learning Outcome 3.1………………………………………………11

Learning Outcome 3.2……………………………………………11

Learning Outcome 3.3………………………………………………12

Learning Outcome 1.1

Complete the table below to describe the expected pattern of development.

Age |Physical |Intellectual |Behavioural |Language |Emotional |Social | |0-3

Months

|Sucking

Wriggling

Opens & shuts hands

Able to focus & follow objects with eyes |Recognises voices |Watches movements |Starts using hands & eyes in coordination

Smiles at the sound of your voice

Turns head towards direction of sound |Cries

Smiles |Begins to develop a social smile

Plays & may cry when play stops

Initiates some movements & facial expressions | |3-6

months

|Lifts head up

Can sit up with support |Shakes rattle |Can respond to voices |Follows moving objects

Starts to imitate some sounds |Cries & smiles

Drawn to image of self in mirrors |Attachment to carers

Begins to learn | |6-12

Months

|Starts trying to crawl & walk |Starts to repeat what you say |Picks things up and plays with them |Starts saying small words such as ‘mum’ and ‘dad’ |Cries for attention |Goes out with mum and dad

Recognises things | |

Age |Physical |Intellectual |Behavioural |Language |Emotional |Social | |1-2 years

|Can use their feet to push themselves along on a toy

Can walk without assistance

Can move from sitting to standing using hands to push up

Can climb |Can recognise themselves in the mirror

Understands and responds properly to words and commands

Can distinguish between ‘you’ and ‘me’ |May start to have tantrums through frustration

Will want to start doing things for themselves |Uses some simple questions

Puts two words together

Points to some body parts

Follows certain commands

Points to pictures in books |Becomes more communicative

Imitates some movement and facial expressions

Develops a sense of security |Can identify primary caregiver

Enjoys playing with other people and may cry when playing stops | |2-3

Years

|Runs

Helps dress and undress themselves

Jumps in place with one foot

Bends over

Holds a pencil in a writing position

Climbs with ease |Uses two or three word sentences

Speech is understood by familiar listeners

Follows two-step instructions

Understands difference in meanings (e.g. stop and go up, or up and down) |May begin to show challenging behaviour

Has tantrums |Starts to use sentences

Starts to know different letters and numbers

Starts asking questions such as ‘why’ |Shows affection for others |Is able to play by themselves

Imitates behaviours

Begins being more helpful | |3-4 years

|Walks in single file

Uses a toilet

Grasps crayon between thumb and finger

Can copy an X and an O

Uses child scissors with parental help |Can count to ten from memory

Can say or sing the alphabet

Engages in fantasy play

May have imaginary friend

Can complete tasks...
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