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Child Care, Language and Communication Essay

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Patricia Holmes

Child Care Level 2.

Using the Early Years Foundation Stage, produce a development plan that shows the expected pattern of children and young people’s communicational development plan from to 5:

|Unique Children                                             |Positive Relationships                                     |Enabling The Environment                             |
|                                                             |                                                           |                                                     |
|Understanding and observing each child’s individual         |When working in an environment with children it is         |Enabling an environment to suit all children helps   |
|development and learning, assessing that child’s progress   |important to build a bond with the every child,           |them to learn, develop and progress during the time |
|and planning for the next steps you will be taking with this|individually. Children learn to progress themselves       |they are in the setting. This allows them to grow   |
|child.                                                       |mentally and become independent through positive           |and build experiences to match their individual     |
|                                                             |relationships.                                             |needs.                                               |

Birth to 11 Months;

    * Actively listens to familiar sounds and recognises them.

    * Is able to respond to the tone, pitch and sound of voices

    * Is able to interact with others using facial expression, eye movements and body movements.

    * Calms of alerts themselves to sounds of speech.

    * Observantly looks at people talking but begins to lose interest when speaker turns away.

    * Actively listens to familiar voices and is able to recognise sounds, certain words and finger play....

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