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Hi everyone

 

I am just coming to the end of unit 3, and was feeling relatively ok about it, until I read back my tutors guidance notes, which said to make sure I included a section on babies, a section on toddlers and a section on pre-schoolers for 'EACH' question!!!

 

Obviously i don't! I have been quite broad with my answers which can relate in most cases to all ages, but haven't always specifically mentioned babies, just 'children' or 'pre-schoolers'.

 

Since reading this advice I've tried to slot in a few comments about babies but to me, they don't really seem that relevant, and a bit random!

 

I'm a TA in a classroom with 3 and 4 year olds, and have little experience working with babies so I am really struggling to find references that make sense or seem relevant to the questions.

 

I am worried because it took me ages to edit down the word count, and now I'm finding I'll have to cut more information that I feel is relevant to replace it with waffle about the three different age groups instead!

 

I'd prefer to generalise, but am worried that if my tutor is right then my marks may take a huge hit for not having the three different sections on the three different ages :o

 

Has anyone done this unit that can tell me if this is necessary to gain extra marks, or if its not that important.

 

If it is, any advice or info on what to include about babies would be appreciated due to my lack of experience in this area.

 

Any advice would be more than welcome.

 

Thanks guysx x x

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Hi everyone

 

I am just coming to the end of unit 3, and was feeling relatively ok about it, until I read back my tutors guidance notes, which said to make sure I included a section on babies, a section on toddlers and a section on pre-schoolers for 'EACH' question!!!

 

Obviously i don't! I have been quite broad with my answers which can relate in most cases to all ages, but haven't always specifically mentioned babies, just 'children' or 'pre-schoolers'.

 

Since reading this advice I've tried to slot in a few comments about babies but to me, they don't really seem that relevant, and a bit random!

 

I'm a TA in a classroom with 3 and 4 year olds, and have little experience working with babies so I am really struggling to find references that make sense or seem relevant to the questions.

 

I am worried because it took me ages to edit down the word count, and now I'm finding I'll have to cut more information that I feel is relevant to replace it with waffle about the three different age groups instead!

 

I'd prefer to generalise, but am worried that if my tutor is right then my marks may take a huge hit for not having the three different sections on the three different ages :o

 

Has anyone done this unit that can tell me if this is necessary to gain extra marks, or if its not that important.

 

If it is, any advice or info on what to include about babies would be appreciated due to my lack of experience in this area.

 

Any advice would be more than welcome.

 

Thanks guysx x x

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Hi Kelly

 

I am doing this course by distant learning and have not had any guidance notes from tutor -

I hope it isn't important as I too am just finishing the external assignment and all I have mentioned is the name pre-schoolers/young children!

 

 

Salx

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