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Supporting web addresses for each learning outcome Learning Outcome 1 Talking Point information for Early Years practitioners: It includes developmental information and tips to support children in the following age ranges: These are also available as downloadable factsheets and have been translated into a number of different languages Communication is Vital: Useful information across this learning outcome can also be found at this link www.
This link provides general information on language development as well as SLC Learning Outcome 2 www. This is a resource list containing many useful fact sheets and resources suitable for practitioners and parents and families www.
This is a useful additional activity to support this learning outcome Poster with ages and stages of development: This is a downloadable poster by I CAN which looks at the stages of language development.
Learning Outcome 4 www. These provide first-level guidance to support practitioners in putting the EYFS principles into practice www.
This document, found within the Communication, Language and Literacy section of the EYFS provides guidance for setting the standards for learning, development and care for children from 0—5 years. Page 42 looks at enabling environments.
Warwickshire has developed 3 booklets, which schools and settings can use to audit their environment in relation to communication friendly environments www. This website offers a lot of information and resources to support communication friendly spaces Adapting the environment: Was this information useful?:The development of mark making From birth to 2 years Early mark making is not the same as writing.
It’s a sensory and physical experience.
The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework recognises the ability to handle and control a pencil is still a physical development rather than a communication at this stage. STEP 2. Writer match & writing. Based on your requirements and order details, we will assign the most suitable writer with the relevant background in your subject area to ensure the best quality result.
Lesson 9: PowerPoint presentations 9 POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS Creating slide shows and related teaching materials LEARNING OUTCOMES This lesson introduces you to the basic features of PowerPoint which are particularly valuable in the teaching and learning environment.
There are all sorts of other ways to get babies and toddlers used to the idea of mark making. Early stages of writing: Holding a pencil or crayon in the palm of the hand; certificates, number and letter practice. Every activity links into the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) areas of learning and development.
Developing important writing skills before school. Emma Booker (Referencing Alastair Bryce-Clegg and Julie Cigman) This power point can be used as a presentation, staff meeting, discussion starter, or printed to use for display or information.
A PowerPoint presentation about Emergent writing in the Early Years. Aimed at Teacher Development.