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Hi all,

Again I really need your advice with M7

stuck on a question.

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF PROVIDING BOTH INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE CHILDRENS LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT?

cant find the right words to answer this

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Don't really know the context of NVQ but think about why you would only have 1 or 2 children at a certain activity compared to say a group of 6/8 children.

 

Have you formulated any activity plans yet? If so consider the grouping for a variety of activities and the reasoning behind this. for example is it adult led or child initiated? How many children could an adult "teach" how to cut vegetables? A group of 8 or a smaller group, why?

 

Hope this helps and doesn't confuse you even more. :o

 

Peggy

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Hi all,

Again I really need your advice with M7

stuck on a question.

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF PROVIDING BOTH INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE CHILDRENS LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT?

cant find the right words to answer this

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Iam doing unit M7.1

Thanks

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Peggy is right Anne (of course!). You need to think about the sorts of activities you might be offering, the size of the group/individual activites and why you have different sizes groups. As Peggy has suggested, you wouldn't have a large group of children for a cutting activity for obvious reasons! On the other hand it would be hopeless having one child for a game of football!! :o

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[some children work better, when working on their own compared to working with a group, some observations and activities are more efficent when done individually or in a group.

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hope that helps

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