Level 3 Childrens and Young Peoples Workforce Assignment 023 Essay

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Assignment Overview

Introduction

This assignment is intended to provide evidence of a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of children and young people’s development birth to 19 years. By completing all tasks within the assignment, the candidate will provide evidence that meets the Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria for Unit 022, Understand Child and Young Person Development.

Tasks

There are five tasks to this assignment.
A Complete tables; Questions
B Complete table; Report
C Report
D Report
E Complete table

Assignment coverage

Task | Task name | Learning outcomes covered | A | A Complete tables; Questions | 1. Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people birth –
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| 3 – 6 months | Cries with anger, begins to laugh and squeal with pleasure and imitates sounds. | 6 – 9 months | Able to communicate more, becomes tuneful and repeats sounds. | 9 – 12 months | Word approximations appear, tuneful bable develops into ‘jargon’ and can follow simple instructions. | 1 – 2 years | Begins to talk with words or sign language, gestures develop alongside words and echoes the lat part of what others say. | 2 – 4 years | Over-extends the use of words, begins to use purals, adjectives, time words and sentences and becomes more accurate in the way they pronounce words. | 4 – 7 years | Begins to ask why, when and how questions, talks confidently and is able to define objects by their function. | 7 – 12 years | Begins to use and understand complex sentences, enjoys making up stories ans telling jokes and can write fairly lengthy essays. | 12 – 16 years | Has legible style of handwriting, understnads abstract language and can relate word meanings and context. | 16 – 19 years | Communitcates in an adult manner, is able to process texts and abstract meaning and can form complex syntactic structures. | | |

Table 4: Social, emotional and behavioural development

Age range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0 – 3 months | Often imitates certain facial

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