1.1 Explain each of the terms:
SpeechLanguageCommunicationSpeech, language and communication needs
1.2 Explainhowspeech, language and communication skills support each of the following areas in children’s development:
1.3 Describe the...
Core 3.3: Understanding child and young person development.
Unit reference L/601/1693
1.1: Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.
Physical development: 0-3 years.
This is a period of fast physical development. New born babies have little control over their...
A child’s development and their use of speech, language and communication are crucial in their current and future learning’s. In these early stages allot of their teaching is delivered verbally. Good communication skills enable children to make friends, participate in group activities and develop advanced...
EYMP5: Support children’s speech, language and communication.
Explain each of the terms: speech, language, communication and speech, language and communication needs.
LanguageLanguage can be taught, written down or signed. Language is a structured communication and it allows the person to transmit...
Question 1) Explain each of the terms:
* Speech- Is the vocalised language in which people do.
* Language- Is a way in which you communicate with words or set of symbols that can be spoken, written or signed.
* Communication-Is a way of sending signals to another person...
Candidate Performance Evidence Record For Holistic Assessment of Units
Use this form to record details of activities (tick as appropriate)
i) Observed by your assessor
ii) Seen by a witness
iii) Self reflective accounts
iv) Professional discussion
children’s speech, language and communication
Support children’s speech, language and communication
The learner will:
The learner can:
1. Understand the importance of speech, language and communication for children’s...
SPEECHLANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION
An explanation of :
* Communication can be either verbal or written. Communication can also be seen by facial expressions, gesture and body language. In addition to the words, messages are transferred by the tone and quality of voice and eye contact.
Support children’s speech, language and communication.
1.1) Explain each of the terms:
• Speech – The act of speaking, verbal communication. The act of expressing or describing thoughts, feelings or ideas by articulate sounds or words.
• Language – Method of communication either spoken or written...
1.1 Identify the different reasons why people communicate
Communication and relationships represent one of the most important
characteristics of working with others, adults and children. There are a variety
of reasons why people communicate, mainly:
-Building relationships: the first thing that will...
person development (4.0)
Analyse the importance of early identification of speech, language and communication delays and disorders and the potential risks of late recognition (4.1)
There are many different reasons that a child can develop a speech, language or communication problem...
1.2 What is the difference between the ‘sequence’ and ‘rate’ of development of children and young people and explain why this difference is important.
Rate - what happens at e.g. 6 months old, 12 months old, 3 years old.
Sequence - how things happen in an expected order, e.g.: breastfed, weaned, full...
CACHE Level 3 Diploma for
Children and Young People’s
Within this theme you will cover the following units:
These units also require skills assessment this information can be found in your observation pack
Please read before completing...
The expression of and the ability to express thoughts and feelings through structured sentences. Every child’s speech will be different as it can be affected by many different factors i.e. parents, friends, area in which they live. The key points for accurate speech are as follows...
Unit 097 Support Positive Practice with Children and Young People with Speech, Language and Communication Needs
Outcome1 Understand the concept of positive practice when working with children and young people
Explainhow to recognise and build on the strengths of a child or young person by giving...
Task 3 - links to learning outcome 3, assessment criteria 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4.
* an explanation of how to monitor children and young people’s development using different methods.,
* Assessment frameworks ( eg EYFS profile assessment, P Scales (Performance Indicators Value Added Target Setting)...
CYP core 3.1: Understand child and young person development
1.1 Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years
At birth there have already been huge changes from two tiny cells as the egg and sperm joined at conception to a complex new baby at birth.
identification of speech, language and communication delays and disorders and the potential risks of late recognition explaining howplayactivities are used to support the development of speech and languagecommunication. Explainhow multi agency teams work together to support speech, language and communication...
the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth to 19 years
A&b) Explain the difference between sequence of development and rate of development from birth to 19 years of age. Compile a chart to demonstrate knowledge of the sequence of development from birth through to 19...
4.3 Explainhowplay and activities are used to support the development of speech, language and communication.
Play is vital to a child and young person’s development because it enables them to enjoy learning and promotes their development and also helps with their speech, language and communication...
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