Child Care Level 2.
Using the Early Years Foundation Stage, produce a development plan that shows the expected pattern of children and young people’s communicational development plan from to 5: Unique Children
Understanding and observing each child’s individual development and learning, assessing that child’s progress and planning for the next steps you will be taking with this child. Positive Relationships
When working in an environment with children it is important to build a bond with the every child, individually. Children learn to progress themselves mentally and become independent through positive relationships. Enabling The Environment
Enabling an environment to suit all children helps them to learn, develop and progress during the time they are in the setting. This allows them to grow and build experiences to match their individual needs.
Birth to 11 Months;
Actively listens to familiar sounds and recognises them.
Is able to respond to the tone, pitch and sound of voices
Is able to interact with others using facial expression, eye movements and body movements. Calms of alerts themselves to sounds of speech.
Observantly looks at people talking but begins to lose interest when speaker turns away. Actively listens to familiar voices and is able to recognise sounds, certain words and finger play. Loses interest quickly and the child is unable to focus their attention on something for prolonged periods of time and has no control over this. A child attention is quickly averted when something grabs their attention. A new activity takes over the child’s whole attention. Creating a positive relationship with children from birth to 11 Months; Making and being able to maintain eye contact with the child. Being able to maintain a close physical connection with the child. Creating a physical bond and using speech with children of this age can provide opportunities for the child to be able to have a conversation at an early stage between adults and other children. Encouraging children to play and showing them how to take turns. Repeating sounds, words and phrases in front of the child to help them become familiar with the sounds etc. In order to create a positive relationship with a child you must continuously make eye contact with the child until the react and acknowledge you. Talking to a child and telling them about what you’re doing helps them to link words with actions, for example tidying up and clearing away. Ensure that you are talking to the children clearly; a child is able to respond easier if you use a higher pitched voice. Repeating words helps a child of this age become familiar with words which they are then able to recognize and find it easier to link words with meanings. Communicating with babies parents to learn about the ways a parent likes to communicate with their child whilst taking into consideration their families chosen language. Ensuring that the children’s parents are aware and understand the importance of communicating with a child of this age in the first spoken language. Encouraging babies to make noise and sounds by mimicking them and taking turn in conversation. It is important to communicate with the children’s parents and updating them on their child’s progress.
Uses body movement to express themselves; they enjoy music or something with a regular beat. The child is able to concentrate whilst being content during an activity of their own choice for short periods of time. They are also able to pay attention to an activity they are interested in but are easily distracted by disturbances. They are starting to develop the ability to imitate others body language and gestures. A child is able to respond to other different things a person will say if they are able to familiarize with the subject. For example; “Can you show me where your nose is?” They are able to understand and...
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