Unit 2- the Developing Child

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Unit 2 Assignment- The developing child
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The expected social stage of social development for a 4 year old is that they are more aware to talk to knew people than when they were the age of 3; the children are more friendly and caring towards others. Children are a lot more confident in these ages. D2

The expected social stage of development for a 5 year old is, her or she is becoming very co-operative and engages in conversation. A 5 year old can speak clearly and use different connectives properly in a sentence. Children can also start to choose their own friends. By the end of age 5 children want to please friends, agree to rules and enjoy dancing and singing. D3, D4

One method of observation and recording social development of a child aged 5 could be ‘structured recording’. Structured recording is where you observe a child independently whilst they’re playing, learning, or participating in an activity and following their progress by following a basic tick/check list. It involves looking for particular skills or behaviour that they can either do or cannot. D5

Many factors may affect the way children express their social development. The factors could be, environmental risk factors such as living in an unsafe community, receiving care within a low-quality child care setting, lack of resources available in the community or lack of policies supporting children and families. D6

Snack and meal times can support social development in many ways, for example children learn how to co-operate with one another, they learn how to share with one another for example passing the food bowl around or taking turns, children can also make new friends by sitting near someone they don’t know and interacting with them. This is supporting the child to develop in their social skills. D7

Diversity is an understanding and excepting that all children are different. It is showing that everyone is diverse, and that everyone has different wants and needs. Inclusive practise...
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