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how, whem amd why would multi-agency approach be applied?
Weegy: speaking, reading and writing is the sequence for language development. Thus when you fallow these sequence try to take care of three basic kinds of learners, auditory, visual and kenasthatic (More)
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give four differnt examples of play opportunities and describe how you would put them into practice to support the development of a childs speech, language and communication
Weegy: Children have to experience play physically and emotionally. Children may play alone or with others. In their play children use the experiences they have and extend them to build up ideas, [ concepts and skills. While playing children can express fears and re-live anxious experiences. They can try things out, solve problems and be creative and can take risks and use trial and error to find things out. Children need plenty of space and time to play, both outdoors and indoors. Children who are allowed to play with resources and equipment before using them to solve a problem are more likely to solve the problem successfully. Making dens and dressing-up are an integral part of children's play and they don't require expensive resources. Role-play areas allow children to take on and rehearse new and familiar roles. Effective Practice Provide flexible resources that can be used in many different ways to facilitate children's play and exploration. These might include lengths of plastic guttering, tubing and watering cans near the sand and water play areas; lengths of fabric and clothes pegs in a box; large paintbrushes and buckets near the outside tap; boxes, clothes horses, old blankets and tablecloths to make dens and shelters. Observe children's play and help children to join in if they find it hard to be included, but watch and listen carefully before intervening. Find out how children play at home and value different cultural approaches to play. Value play which is based on people such as superheroes who may mean a lot to children, even if you do not appreciate them yourself! Tell and read stories and encourage children to act them out. Reflecting On Practice Imagine that it's a lovely sunny day. You are sitting outside under a tree reading a story to a group of attentive girls when suddenly the peace is shattered by a group of boys running around the tree, shouting loudly and waving sticks. You gather ... (More)
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give one example of a physical transition
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A Physical transition activity is an activity that is used by teachers to make the time between activities constructive and keep students academically focused. Well-planned transition activities can make the teacher's school day pleasant and enjoyable for the students.
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A transition activity is an activity that is used by teachers to make the time between activities constructive and keep students academically focused. Class Jigsaw Puzzle A class jigsaw puzzle is an excellent transition activity that can be completed as an individual or as a group. The jigsaw puzzle can be situated on a table, at the periphery of the main classroom, so that students who have finished individual assignments may work on the puzzle, without disturbing other students. The subject of the puzzle could be something of interest to the particular age group, or aligned with the subject matter of the course or specific lesson. Read more: Physical Transition Activities in the Classroom | eHow.com
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give one example of a physical transition in a childs life
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“Transition Services” means a coordinated set of activities for a child with a disability that is designed to be within a results-oriented process, that is focused on improving the academic and functional achievement of the child with a disability to facilitate the child’s movement from school to post-school activities, including post-secondary education, vocational education, integrated employment (including supported employment), continuing and adult education, adult services, independent living, or community participation. It is also based on the individual child’s needs taking into account the child’s strengths, preferences, and interests.Communication is key to developing smooth and successful transition programs. Ask the parents/guardians what activities the child/adult enjoys. Find out if there is an activity the child, adult, or family participates in regularly, or has strong interest in learning. You may also need to have other personnel involved, such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, counselors, doctors, and other members.
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can u write me a short paragraph on, how, when and why would a multi agency approach be applied?
Weegy: it brings in a variety of skills, experiences and job roles which means that the benefit from a collected approach to their development and well-being. [ -ensures continuity between agencies and the approach/stratergies used to support children/families. speaking, reading and writing is the sequence for language development. Thus when you follow these sequence try to take care of three basic kinds of learners, auditory, visual and kenasthatic. ] User: give one speciic example of a physical transition (More)
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