I will use this knowledge to develop meaningful, integrated, and active learning and play experiences to develop the whole child for students in early childhood through fourth grade. I will have a philosophy of high academic expectations, fairness in the learning community and developmental responsiveness, generated by positive and productive learning environments. The importance of helping students in early childhood through twelfth-grade apply life skills is something I must know. I need to be aware of the rationale for proper middle-level education and how middle-level schools are organized to address the characteristics and requirements of young adolescent students. I will be able to see the typical challenges that students will face during later childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood, and be able to help them
Catherine Linton, a character who does not fit the description of a proper lady, is often disruptive and wild, depicted as a woman who freely voiced her opinions, a trait not often associated with females during this time period. She defied social norms by befriending Heathcliff as well, she knows that it is socially unacceptable for her to be friends with a boy, who has no place in society, yet she is an independent thinker and becomes friends with him. As she grows older Catherine is often characterized by her Catherine is characterized by her “persistent and disruptive commentary: 'her tongue was always going—singing, laughing and plaguing everybody . . .
Early Childhood development plays an emotional, social and physical role in a young child. How they are taught from birth to second grade portrays how they will see the world around them and who they become to be. The early years in development plays a big role because it is when the brain starts developing. They start to see the world from their point of view. Starting from a young age they need our supervision and guidance needed to succeed.
It will open in symbaloo) The site provides useful tips on how to teach phonological awareness. It includes key tasks and examples on the topic that I would use to teach phonological awareness to students. • Tile 5: Why Phonological Awareness Is Important for Reading and Spelling http://www.readingrockets.org/article/why-phonological-awareness-important-reading-and-spelling The site addresses important key elements in the importance of phonological awareness. It also discusses the key contemporary issues on phonological awareness plus the key facts I, therefore, chose it. • Tile 6: Phonological awareness and the working memory of children with and without literacy difficulties.
STANDARD: 6 TEACHERS Artifact: Special Learning Opportunity workshop Experience from child Dev. 143; Science, and Math for Young children I chose this artifact because this Standard is about the important teacher should be training to be up date of the new discoveries in Early Childhood Development to offer a high quality education. I learned from this artifact that workshops are helpful to educator and not educator, where the purpose is to teach the children by encourage and guide them to explore the world.
To others, Momo seems very sweet and innocent; but in reality, she puts up a front in order to avoid conflict and earn the trust of others. She 's very clever and is always up to something. Momo is a great actress, so she successfully hides her true nature. Very few people know what she 's actually like. I 've always liked/respected this character trait because it shows how understanding she is.
Although as a child she hadn 't been shown much stability and was exposed to a lot of neglect. And in many instances someone tried to break her mentally, physically, and spiritually; but she never let up. “Sometimes you need a little crisis to get your adrenaline flowing and help you realize your potential.” When she was bullied at school by the black girl, she didn 't let that stop her from being who she was, she stayed strong mentally even though physically she was worn out. She was able to put aside the hate that she had for the bully and the bully saw that and she was able to help her with school and be acquainted. Her grandmother as well was someone who tried to break her, after catching her grandmother touch her brother her grandmother had it out for them.
This scene teaches children the importance of treating everyone equal and that one will not live a happy life without showing kindness. Belle on the other hand, is a kind, smart girl who is not like most of the people in the town she lives in. First of all she spends most of her time reading books, and does not find Gaston irresistible like most girls. Secondly, she believes in her father who attempts to create machines to help out with their everyday lives, and encourages him to keep trying. With these traits that differ from the town 's, it shows people that it is okay to be different no matter what people may say.
The five stages of development are described below and will hopefully give you incite on how your child learns and develops so you can provide the support needed for maximum results. Stage 1: Sensorial This stage starts from the birth of the child. The child learns about the world with the use of the five senses. Through