The way to gather information is through observation. Observation of child while he is at home, play or classroom during unstructured free time is the best way to see what kinds interest he gain from nearby, as well as what skills the child has. The rating score is created to know his ability. The observation leads to interpretation. Child himself interpret his key experiences about the thing which he observe himself and interpret the thing according to his perception. Usually The child want to ask the questions for unknown things and then he make a sketch of thing in his mind and then ever and ever interpret that thing according to his knowledge. Observation and Interpretation The child is 28 month old and has the numeric cubic boxes with him.
Which are different colours. Green, blue and red boxes and each box contain counting on it. When the child look the boxes in the basket he start crying with joy and rush toward the boxes and basket of boxes. He wants to catch the basket and fall in the way but soon stand up and runs to catch boxes. No feel of any pain and say give me give me .After all he pick the basket and have a big smile on his face and say mine, mine (this is my basket).
He just take the basket with lot of joy and smile go toward his mother and sit down and start to join the boxes of different and pronouns this, this as he join one and then other. If he not like two boxes join as well he said no its not and separate the box to other and place a third one with the first.
Observation is very important in young children because that is how you get to know a child better. While observing how a child interacts with their peers, adults, and how they behave in different settings, you are getting to know the child without speaking to them. It may be important to observe a child but at the same time it may mislead you into being judgmental, to soon. For instance, if you ...
His mother says him to make a train and when he has a single box she said its one and blue colour. When he joins other she say two and green colour and so on to teach him counting and colour distinction. The child feels uncomfortable while in presence of other child and not like his existence but after a short time he offers other one to play with him. Now other child pick him a box which one he order by saying that box and he himself try to make a train of boxes. The child can learn about the counting and colours name in this method and also remain busy to make and then break and want to choose colour by him and create a train .At the end when he fully make the train and he just clap and laugh. In making of train he said I make train mama look I make train. At next time the child makes the train again and while he joins the boxes he says one blue two green he just say it not more then it after it he just speak the colour of blue and green box not their counting because he can only remember one and two, two digit of counting. He take interest to join them to make a train and in their colour not to count them. He has ability to join them in proper way and remember their colour.
While him playing he needs that his mother see him and appreciate him. Interpretation This observation takes place in the play room of child because he like to play while presence of his cars and other toys. The child when see his box basket he just want to pick the basket and want to have them. He starts crying so he wants to pick them. He says that give me that. After pick the box he likes to play with them and make the train of boxes. He has interested in their different admirable colours.
Once he make the train then he want to make the train in short time and want to make train himself not of his mother help he just say no tell I do. While making boxes he says look mama when his mother say him yes you make write then he satisfied pick other box and repeat to ask his mother for right .after once he made then he try to learn other child how to make a train as he learn. The experience with child is very interesting as the child want to call him also to play with him. The child next time wants to make tower or any other shape. When the child makes a train then he should make a tower and keep all boxes join with respect to colours or with respect to counting. Complete at least three of these observations and discuss them with your cooperating teacher.
Influence of Television hear the door slam abruptly and a thud from something hitting the ground. It's about 3: 15, so my sister should be home. I bring her backpack into the living room as I see her fixated on the television. I tell her to put it away and she says ok, whatever. She gets to her room and not two seconds later does her TV click on in her room. I ask her if she wants to play catch, " ...
Gather her reactions and suggestions. Submit your best observation and interpretation to your instructor via the gradebook. Student Name:_________________________ Child Observation: Observation and Interpretation #1 Scoring Standard You must achieve a rating of at least a 2 on each criterion to demonstrate competence. Work receiving a 1 will be returned for revision and no points deducted upon resubmission. Work receiving a 0 will be returned and not evaluated further until revisions are made or completed and points will be deducted on a resubmission. Rating Scale 3: Meets expectations for criterion competently and effectively.
2: Adequate; meets requirements, some revision may be recommended. 1: Unsatisfactory, major revisions needed. 0: Does not meet criterion. Scoring Guide Criteria Student Rating Instructor Rating Observation and interpretation is completed and submitted to instructor with no spelling or grammatical errors 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Observation is objective 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Observation has appropriate detail, including quotes 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Interpretation includes response to each of the four questions 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Interpretation correctly identifies childs skills and interests 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Interpretation correctly identifies childs key experiences 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Interpretation includes appropriate suggestion for additional activity/learning center 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 Self assessment is completed and included with the assignment Yes 2 1 No 0 Yes 2 1 No 0 Assignment is submitted on time More points may be deducted for very late work Yes 1 No 0 Yes 1 No 0 Total points _______/24 Bibliography 1) Barratta-Lorton, Mary. Workjobs. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Menlo Park, CA. 1972. 2) Gilberrt, La Britta.
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Compare Leonardo's Last Supper with that of Tintoretto. The Last Supper by Leonardo is very different to Tintoretto's representation of the same incident. The last supper is one of the most important occurrences which took place in the Christian religion such an important event that many have seen the need for the event visually recorded through art the two most famous of these representations are ...