By Audrey Curtis
First released in 1986, this e-book has been significantly influential within the education improvement of early years staff. This new version has been absolutely revised to take account of adjustments within the nationwide Curriculum, the booklet of the government's 'desirable results' assertion for the under-fives, and the advent of NVQ's in baby care and schooling. the recent variation additionally contains sections on:* the consequences of developmental psychology at the early years curriculum* operating with two-year-olds on self-awareness and social talents* constructing communique, motor, analytical and challenge fixing talents* fostering aesthetic and inventive expertise* play and the educational atmosphere* record-keeping and evaluate* regarding mom and dad* continuity from pre-schooling to statutory education.
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23), at the age of three to three-and-a-half the child begins to experience pleasure in his personal 30 Curriculum in the early years competence to perform a specific task, and regret and shame if she fails. She turns less frequently to adults for help and support and the experience of competence brings its own reward. At four to five some children, instead of trying to overcome failure by greater effort, may resort to avoidance of the situation, or denial or concealment of failure. The skills and competencies which young children develop during the years before formal schooling are of vital importance in their overall personal development.
The stereotype of attractiveness appears to emerge during the pre-school years and even at this stage attractive children are thought of positively in terms of being more self-sufficient and independent compared with children perceived as unattractive who are labelled anti-social (Dion and Berschied 1974). Although we do not know how children evaluate their own attractiveness at the pre-school stage, research has indicated that children as young as three years of age are more likely to select pictures of attractive rather than unattractive children.
Reacts in a positive manner to new, strange and incongruous aspects in the environment by carefully observing, moving towards, manipulating and seeking information about them; and 2. persists in examining and exploring stimuli in order to know more about them. A considerable number of theories have been put forward to explain why children are curious and although no one explanation seems to be all embracing, nevertheless each assumes that curiosity is important for the overall development of the young child.
A Curriculum for the Pre-School Child: Learning to Learn 2nd Edition by Audrey Curtis