coats the brain.
using the small muscles in your body.
middle of your body outward.
feet leave the ground.
development of the muscles.
interaction with others.
a purposed idea reaserched and generally accepted as a explanation.
motivation from the outside.
"you" - describing languages.
"i" - describing what others are doing.
using something to stand for something else.
understanding that every spoken sound can be represented by a letter group.
Early Childhood Education
how children develop in growth from birth to 8 yr. old.
using large muscles in your body.
course of study.
development of feelings.
understanding what is happening.
doing things on your own.
going from one activity to the next.
motivation from the inside.
situations where you directly interact with children
Child Observation Record
hearing words and sounds.
Concept of Print
identifing book parts, and knowing the front from back cover of a book.
thinking only of yourself.
development from the head down.
exploring the envioment with senses.
the curriculum we use in the preschool.
the development of the brain.
sequence of biological changes in a child.
putting like objects into groups.
to teach self control.
a question that cannot be answered with a yes or no.
behavoir problems that can be fixed before the children arrive.
the final result.
each letter has a specific sound.
Sense of Audience
knowing how to act in given situations.
Ratio of children to adults.
What is small group and why is it important?
it has a beg. middle. and end; force observation; and introduces new materials.
CPR how many compreshions? and how many breaths?
2:breaths - 30:compressions.
ex: of a discriptive statment
"You used a purple crayon!"
Ratio of adults to babies?
Examples of cognitive development?
sorting,counting,identifying #, rhyming, and the alphabet.
What is large group & why is it important?
large group: it is a communal setting & is important becuase it teaches problem solving, and active children & adults together.
How many tablespoons of bleach for 1 gallon of water?
2 questions you must ask yourself when planning a lesson...
1: what will the children learn? and Why am i doing this?
Why do we observe?
to see developmental milestoons, plan, and conflict.
Why are themes no appropriate?
not all children are interested in the same thing.
Why shold you not show children a modle?
children then cannot be creative, and they feel their project has to look better or just like yours.
Why do we teach children horizontal vs. vertical?
children can build off of what they already know.
Why do children learn concrete to abstract?
children need the real thing. and need to be hands on.
builds self esteem,uses problem solving, and intrinsic motivation.
2 developmental areas that should never be seperated?
intellecutal & emotional
1 to 1 correspondence, matching and sorting,time, and math.
What is learning hooked on?
What stifle (stops) creativity?
modle,set up for faluire, time limit, and no adult support.
problem solving, weight, balance, building.
patterns, and graphing.
beats, movement, and singing.
children are not little adults, construct on knoweldge.
Name 5 indirect things?
the envioment, routine, planned day, planned, and materials.
Skills for reading...
phonological awarness, alphabetic principle, phonemic awarness, and concept of print.
Name all 6 stages of Blooms taxonomy?
1.knowledge 2.comprehension 3. anyalze 4. application 5. synthesis 6. evaluate
What is Maslow knowen for?
the higharchy of needs.