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Question: Unit 3 Supporting Children
Diploma in Child Care and Education CACHE-LEVEL 3
E1 Identify FIVE (5) pieces of current legislation.
E2 Describe how each piece of legislation will influence working practices in the setting.
E3 Describe how the policies and procedures will help safeguard children.
E4 Describe how the policies and procedures promote fair, just and inclusive strategies.
E5 Describe TWO (2) strategies which can be used to empower children to develop independence and self reliance.
E6 Give examples of how settings may prepare children for transfer or transition.
E7- Show an understanding of diversity and inclusive practice.
D1 Explain the key issues relating to practice which supports children to prepare for transition.
D2 Assess the effectiveness of the strategies which empower children to develop autonomy and self reliance.
C1 Evaluate one theoretical perspective which supports the development of strategies for empowering children.
B1- Describe how the causes and effects of discrimination may affect practice in the setting.
A1 Reflect on the influences of legislation on working practices within early years settings.
Answer: Another strategy that empowers children to develop independence and self reliance, is at snack time the children go and help them selves to any snack they would want and also pour their own drink. This teaches the children at a young age to be independent so when they get older they know how to help themselves to water without having to ask an older person and also learn how to limit what they do and don’t want to eat instead of it being picked for them. This enables the children with learning difficulties and disabilities to be able to learn at the same time which is including them at the same time as teaching all the other children as well....(short extract)
- Subject: Education
- Course: Cache Level 3
- Level: Degree
- Year: 1st
- Mark: Not available
- Words: 3038
- Date submitted: May 05, 2012
- Date written: Not available
- References: Yes
- Document type: Essay*
- Essay ID: 4095