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    because he was concerned with her lack of common/typical vocabulary. She was recommended to the Birth to Three program. She has a language delay with receptive language, and it is impacting her expressive language, and she has milestone delays in her motor skill. She has trouble stacking blocks, copying lines, and has in-toeing walking. I choose…

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    typical 4 year old. When given a set of objects to copy and draw herself, Kiara was able to draw the majority of them they included a circle, a cross, a square, a triangle, and a rectangle. This shows that her fine motor skills are developing as expected. (Berk, 315) When it comes to gross motor skills within five hours of observing I witnessed Kiara walk down stairs with alternating feet, run smoothly, catch a stick using two hands, and use a fork with no trouble; skills a 4 year old should…

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    Child Observation Examples

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    Description of Child: Amia is a 3 year old girl Caucasian girl. She has pale blonde hair with a slight curl that flipped out by her ears. Her skin was a pale, a fair complexion and she had piercing blue eyes. Her height is estimated to be about three foot 2 inches. She wore a pink dress, floral tights and sandals. During my observation she demonstrated how she can be outgoing with her friends but also quiet and reserved when she’s with herself. She also showed how she’s developing and how well.…

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    object from the the background. • Visual sequencing issues, or difficulty with ordering, such as skipping lines when reading difficulty writing answers on a separate sheet of paper, when requested. Reversing letters or words is also common. • Visual-motor processing issues, or difficulty using visual information to coordinate the movement of other parts of the body. This can make writing within lines difficult, or result in difficulties copying from a book. Relationship Between and Teaching…

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    He is potty trained and able to understand that he can not go to the bathroom wherever he wants to. Being potty trained can give a child a sense of control and independence. There were some things that were out of his control though. He wanted to eat raw sugar instead of eating his dinner. He ate a few bites of his dinner and did not argue again for the sugar. He also wanted his dinner on the blue plate instead of the one that he…

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    They conducted a case study on a 7 year old boy with delayed motor skills and sensitivity to light, sound and touch and a 7 year old girl with concentration and writing problems. They underwent the same sensory diet of fine motor skills therapy and scheduled one-on-one activities. The treatment was seen as extremely helpful to the girl and less valuable for the boy. Though both children had fine motor skill issues, the girl had a concentration issue while the boy had a sensitivity…

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    is critical to students not only at the elementary level, but also at every level of education. The lack of art education would make learning one-noted and boring. Art is important at such a young age because it can work on language development, motor skills and hand-eye coordination, and imagination. All of these things are important to students’ education and well-being. As a future teacher, I will continue to include art in my curriculum and stress its’ importance in the…

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    I would like to study Early Years Primary Education in order to become a qualified teacher and work with children in a variety of schools. I have always aspired to be a teacher from around the age of 6, due to the fact that I enjoy working with children of all abilities in order to strengthen them academically and as an all round individual. I have completed 4 weeks of works experience at Queens Road Academy, Barnsley. Throughout works experience I was rewarded greatly and learnt many valuable…

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    things themselves through play. Three objectives in this activity are demonstrating balancing skills, solves problems, and demonstrating fine motor skills. I will change up the classroom just a little by bringing out new building blocks and other objects to build with and assigning tasks in each center to try that have to do with building and using fine motor skills. In this plan all children will be able to use many skills and their imagination. In the class we have four centers that will be…

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    SENC2 Unit 2

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    The SENCO would in turn speak to the child’s parents about their child’s development, and depending on the area of development concerned, suggest an assessment by an outside professional. The professional would in turn give the SENCO advice as to how the child should be supported in school in order to encourage development, this may involve the school providing support or it may involve the professional giving direct support. It is important that any needs are identified so that the correct…

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