Level 3 EYP U11 LOA1* CACHE

By Coralie Duckworth 08 Mar 08:43
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An evaluation of the role of the early years practitioner in preparing children for school (A1*)Evaluate – Examine strengths and weaknesses, arguments for and against and/or similarities and differences. Judge the evidence from the different perspectives and make a valid conclusion or reasoned judgement. Reference to current research or theory may support the evaluation.
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The role of the practitionerlisten to children & be supportive; encourage children to express thoughts/worries/concerns; reassure children; recognise & respect individual needs; plan for the transition including fun achievable experiences or activities such as creative or imaginative or discovery play; promote independence & self-care skills alongside other prime area developmental phase skills; visit schools to have understanding of the routine & expectations for the child; work in partnership with parents to promote school readiness
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Evaluate the role of the EYP in preparing children for schoolEvaluate – Examine strengths and weaknesses, arguments for and against and/or similarities and differences. Judge the evidence from the different perspectives and make a valid conclusion or reasoned judgment. Reference to current research or theory may support the evaluation.
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Task for A1*create a plan for this criteria incorporating the points covered in the discussion so far
reread the definition of an evaluation
start adding arguments for & against OR describing the outcome of not supporting children in each particular aspect

Slides in Level 3 EYP U11 LOA1* CACHE

Evaluate – Examine strengths and weaknesses, arguments for and against and/or similarities and differences. Judge the evidence from the different perspectives and make a valid conclusion or reasoned judgement. Reference to current research or theory may support the evaluation.
listen to children & be supportive; encourage children to express thoughts/worries/concerns; reassure children; recognise & respect individual needs; plan for the transition including fun achievable experiences or activities such as creative or imaginative or discovery play; promote independence & self-care skills alongside other prime area developmental phase skills; visit schools to have understanding of the routine & expectations for the child; work in partnership with parents to promote school readiness
Evaluate – Examine strengths and weaknesses, arguments for and against and/or similarities and differences. Judge the evidence from the different perspectives and make a valid conclusion or reasoned judgment. Reference to current research or theory may support the evaluation.
create a plan for this criteria incorporating the points covered in the discussion so far reread the definition of an evaluation start adding arguments for & against OR describing the outcome of not supporting children in each particular aspect
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